Tag Archives: Malaysia Airlines

PRC STEALS MAN’S IDENTITY, BOARDS FLIGHT USING HIS NAME

At the point of getting into the aircraft he was told he had already boarded that perplexed him. Imagine when he went into the aircraft someone was sitting at his designated seat. Little did he know that the person had a printed boarding pass issued by MALAYSIA airlines with his actual name on it and worse that person had checked in 2 pieces of luggage in his name. When that person possibly a Chinese national was asked for identification he just walked out of the aircraft and disappeared.

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LOSS-MAKING MALAYSIA AIRLINES TO RETRENCH ENTIRE 20,000 WORKFORCE

Debt-ridden Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is likely to lay off its entire workforce of 20,000 to start afresh as as a smaller airline with a regional focus rather than international, a media report said on Monday. MAS, one of Malaysia's biggest government-linked companies hit by twin tragedies of MH370 and MH17, will terminate the job of its 20,000-employee workforce, and then offer new contracts to two-thirds of them, the Straits Times reported.

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MH370 DATA STRONGLY SUGGESTS JET DELIBERATELY FLOWN OFF COURSE TOWARDS ANTARCTICA

A new documentary is set to reveal that satellite data from the mysteriously downed jet indicates that it flew for hours after losing contact with flight control.. Aviation experts have gone over the evidence, and are set to lay out their theories in Malaysian 370: What Happened?, which screens on Sunday, March 8, on National Geographic. They believe the doomed jet made three turns after the losing contact - taking it west towards Antarctica.

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Flight MH17: Unofficial list of nationalities on board

An incomplete flight manifest showed 154 Dutch citizens were on board. Also on board were 27 Australians, 23 Malaysians, 11 Indonesians, six UK citizens, four Germans, four French, four Belgium nationals, three Filipinos and one Canadian.An infant was among those on board. The nationality of the other 58 passengers on board had yet to be determined.

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