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ITALIAN LUIGI MARALDI IS SAFE AND ALIVE. In depth profile of Italian man Luigi Maraldi whose name appeared on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 passenger manifest.

In depth profile of Italian man Luigi Maraldi whose name appeared on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 passenger manifest

 

 Luigi Maraldi, Italian, age 37 was listed No. 101 on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 passenger manifest who boarded the plane that took off Kuala Lumpur on the early hours of Saturday morning, March 8 supposedly headed in Beijing. Flight MH370 disappeared on the radar, two hours after it took off. It’s been 3 days and no signs of the aircraft yet and this lead to frustrations and anger from relatives of passengers of the jetliner. But not Luigi‘s family. Apparently, somebody had impersonated Luigi and boarded Fllight MH370 with a stolen passport. Luigi said he lost his passport while travelling on […]

WHAT HAPPENED TO FLIGHT MH370? Malaysia Airlines MH370 probe continues - Some possible causes for an airplane to disappear.

As the plot thickens, speculations from possible to weird scenarios develop as the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 continues

 

 It’s already two days and yet the search continues to locate the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370. No new update and confirmation has been given by airline management. Speculations grew from possible to weird scenarios as to what really happened on the jetliner. Fear of terrorist hijacking the aircraft is being eyed with the mysterious boarding of four passengers bearing false documents. Speculations that the plane crashed down South China Sea circulated in social media when a Vietnam search team reported ‘strange object’ floating 80 km southwest of Vietnam. Plot thickens as relatives of a Chinese man listed on the passenger […]

RELATIVES OF PASSENGERS OF THE MISSING AIRCRAFT STILL AWAITING CONFIRMATIONS. Fragments floating as 'suspicious object' from the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner spotted 80 km southwest of Vietnam.

Newsflash Update! Fuel and Fragments floating as ‘suspicious object’ not from the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner spotted 80 km southwest of Vietnam

 

 A Vietnamese search aircraft located fragments Sunday afternoon floating in waters off southern Vietnam that are suspected of coming from a Malaysia Airlines jetliner that went missing a day earlier. See related article Missing Malaysia Airlines jet may have turned back before disappearing. Wall Street Journal reporter Vu Trong Khanh has tweeted this picture (below) a new ‘suspicious object’ spotted 80 km southwest of Vietnam. It is not clear if this is the ‘suspected fragment’ the WSJ says has been found, but it would seem so. But Malaysia Airlines official statement said that “At this point, no further developments regarding MH370 has […]