Malaysian Flight Missing Latest.

March 8, 2014 by staff 

Malaysian Flight Missing Latest., It was 12.41am on Saturday – just six minutes later than scheduled – when flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur and climbed steadily into the clear skies, bound north-eastwards for China.

A few minutes earlier, the 227 passengers had been settling into their seats aboard the Boeing 777 as the 12-strong crew prepared for departure.

One young man made a last-minute call telling his sister he was on board and that he would see her at the airport in Beijing. A Malaysian couple were anticipated their holiday, a longed-for break after the anguish of a miscarriage. A Chinese father had his own vacation plans but was coming home from work one day early so that he had time to take his child to the dentist.

Flight data shows the plane rising steadily to a cruising altitude of 35,000ft as it flew across Malaysia and over the Gulf of Thailand towards Vietnam. But six hours later, as friends and relatives in Beijing airport waited to greet the passengers, a single line in red topped the arrivals board. Above the yellow rows of anticipated flights and blue rows of newly landed planes ran the words: MH370 -Kuala Lumpur – 6.30am – Delayed.

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