Where Is Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370?

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Is Missing!  It’s a mystery to me how this thing could happen.  A commercial passenger jet MH370 has disappeared in the air. It took off from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and destination is Beijing, China with more than 200 passengers on board including it’s crew Saturday, March 7.  No clear traces and final conclusion yet about what really happened and where is the aircraft now.  An international search is presently being conducted.  According to what I read, there’s a debris found in an island in South Vietnam.  And some traces of oil leaks were found too.  But these haven’t proven that they’re from the missing jetliner.  Though the possibility of a plane crash is also considered.

I heard of some missing planes before and I don’t get why?  With the high technology of these giant machines that can carry hundred people on board, the possibility of being vanished in the air is somehow raises questions.  Suddenly the aircraft lost contact with air traffic controls.

This recent incident about Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 bound for Beijing, China is a mystery.  So sad that this kind of issue happens in air travel.  What do you think?

It is very difficult to determine and give conclusions about the plane’s fate right now.  But let us pray that the search will be successful.

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5 thoughts on “Where Is Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370?

  1. My heart goes out to all the families and friends of the people that were in this plane. They were thinking it may have been some sort of a HIJack or something.

  2. it really is quite a puzzle that a huge plane disappeared + nothing + no one was able to track it. reports now are saying that it actually landed + did not crash. hopefully authorities can find the missing Malaysian plane soon….

  3. A lot of debates can come up with how the Malaysia Airlines has been missing – I’ve seen so much articles on it to the point, it’s hard to say or conclude anything anymore. One thing is for sure though – this has made travelling one bit scarier.

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