Six Australians on board missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370


The Malaysia Airlines flight was on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

The Malaysia Airlines flight was on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

I am very very concerned, and at the moment it is all speculation, we are only talking about a few scenarios here for it to disappear into thin air with NO contact and NO operational problems having being reported. One is a catastrophic mechanical failure, the other being an instantaneous explosion, read what you will into that. It is a very safe aircraft with an excellent record. Planes do not drop from the sky from 32,000 feet WITHOUT A WHIMPER these days.

OBVIOUSLY MUCH MORE TO COME, WITH A LOT OF TENSE EVENTS HAPPENING AROUND THE WORLD IN RECENT MONTHS LETS HOPE THIS IS NOT WORST CASE SCENARIO

Flight MH370 lost contact with air traffic controllers at 2:40am local time, just over two hours into the flight.

The plane, a Boeing 777-200, left Kuala Lumpur at 12:41am on Saturday, and had been due to arrive in Beijing at 6:30am local time.

The company says the plane was carrying 227 passengers, including two infants, and 12 crew members.

AS OF 6.27PM MELB TIME

A quick summary of the situation:

  • Flight MH370 lost contact with air traffic control just over two hours into the flight
  • There were 239 people on board
  • Six Australians were among the passengers
  • Authorities lost contact with the plane over the South China Sea
  • The Vietnamese navy and Chinese navy have deployed ships to the region
  • The Malaysian transport minister says reports the plane had crashed off south Vietnam’s coast are unconfirmed – Malaysian military is now trying to get in touch with the Vietnam navy about the reports.

Concerned family members and friends should contact Malaysia Airlines on +603 7884 1234 (international call) for further information.

 
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s 24 hour Consular Emergency Centre is contactable on 1300 555 135, or +61 2 6261 3305 (if calling from overseas).
MY UNDERSTANDING IS THIS EXACT AIRCRAFT was involved in a incident in 2012
ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 147571

ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 147571

5 thoughts on “Six Australians on board missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370

    • Me? I am saying outside interference.I think terrorism seeing it is this particular airline and the route.That is only my opinion, but I am waiting for more info before putting up the family details of the Aussies involved.

      If indeed it was a bomb it is an act of terrorism against Australians abroad.

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  1. I think given history that terrorism is high on the list of causes here
    Of course like everyone I hope it isn’t
    The innocent and unwary victims in historical acts of terrorism had no idea and no part in the conflicts that caused them eg Bali ,the wtc,
    Please let it be a glitch and they have landed elsewhere
    Those poor passengers

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  2. Yeah the focus and attention has never been as high in this day and age of instant news gathering and discussion. Nothing can be buried or hidden away like the good old USA used to do via cover-ups. It is a whole new world now in 2014 and people want and demand the truth. Dig and dig to uncover it.

    The folks on that flight could of been anyone of the millions who travelled that day via air that day around the world. Next 24 hours will be an avalanche of information. It is a sad fact of life there is probably more media related aircraft in the air in that area than official search planes, all trying to get the money shot. A sad society indeed.

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  3. I don’t believe it was any kind of mechanical failure because if it was it would have crashed at a reasonable distance to its flight path on route and whenever crashes occur the wreckage is usually not hard to find I dont beleive it was terrorism because they would have acertained those on board where no threat my opinion is suicide by pilot which was planned. What a selfish and cruel act upon all those innocent people . Very sad for the families too.

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