What ever happened to Malaysia Flight 370?

2020-06-14 by No Comments

What ever happened to Malaysia Flight 370?

All 298 people on board, most of whom were citizens of the Netherlands, died in the crash. A Dutch inquiry determined that the aircraft was shot down by a Russian-made surface-to-air missile. For Malaysia Airlines it was the second disaster of 2014, following the disappearance of flight 370 on March 8.

Who were the passengers of Flight 370?

They had 227 passengers to care for, including five children. Most of the passengers were Chinese; of the rest, 38 were Malaysian, and in descending order the others came from Indonesia, Australia, India, France, the United States, Iran, Ukraine, Canada, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Russia, and Taiwan.

What year did the plane disappear?

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

Date 8 March 2014; 7 years, 6 months ago
Summary Cause unknown, some debris found
Site Southern Indian Ocean (presumed)

Who are the passengers on the MH370 plane?

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur and was heading to Beijing with 239 people on board – but it never reached its destination. Passengers included Chinese calligraphers, a couple on their way home to their young sons after a long-delayed honeymoon and a construction worker who hadn’t been home in a year.

When was the last sighting of MH370?

The Kuala Lumpur wife was so convinced about what she saw at 2.30pm on March 8, several hours after MH370 vanished, that she filed an official report with police that very day – a full five days before the search for the plane was expanded to the area around the Andaman Islands.

Where was the wing flap of MH370 found?

It was found in June on Pemba Island, in the Indian Ocean near the mainland. It is believed to be part of the outboard wing flap of the missing Boeing 777. It is believed to be part of the

Why did India not send warships to search for MH370?

India has refused China’s offer to send four warships to aid the hunt for MH370 near the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago. Officials said China’s request to enter Indian territorial waters had been ‘politely turned down’ because Indian warships and aircraft were already searching the area.