Massive search for flight MH370 – see passenger list

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A massive search and rescue mission has been mobilised by Malaysian and international authorities following the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur. The mission was prompted within minutes after Malaysia Airlines requested for government and international assistance, after it and air traffic controllers failed to locate the Boeing 777’s location.

Vietnam’s navy earlier said the plane appeared to have crashed some 300 kilometers southwest of Phu Choc island, but no debris has been found as of yet. Malaysia’s transport minister denied in a press conference at around noon that the plane had crashed which, however, doesn’t explain that it’s definitely missing and the aircraft’s fuel tanks would have been long empty by now.

The search operations involve Malaysia Airlines, the Department of Civil Aviation, the Royal Malaysian Air Force, the Royal Malaysian Navy, the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency, the Butterworth-based Intergrated Area Defence System Headquarters and the agencies from Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, China and the Hawaii-based US Pacific Command.

The plane was carrying 239 passengers, comprising 227 passengers and 12 crew members. Below the full list:

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A massive search and rescue mission has been mobilised by Malaysian and international authorities following the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur. The mission was prompted within minutes after Malaysia Airlines requested for government and international assistance, after it and air traffic controllers failed to locate the Boeing 777’s location.

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A massive search and rescue mission has been mobilised by Malaysian and international authorities following the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur. The mission was prompted within minutes after Malaysia Airlines requested for government and international assistance, after it and air traffic controllers failed to locate the Boeing 777’s location.

Vietnam’s navy earlier said the plane appeared to have crashed some 300 kilometers southwest of Phu Choc island, but no debris has been found as of yet. Malaysia’s transport minister denied in a press conference at around noon that the plane had crashed which, however, doesn’t explain that it’s definitely missing and the aircraft’s fuel tanks would have been long empty by now.

The search operations involve Malaysia Airlines, the Department of Civil Aviation, the Royal Malaysian Air Force, the Royal Malaysian Navy, the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency, the Butterworth-based Intergrated Area Defence System Headquarters and the agencies from Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, China and the Hawaii-based US Pacific Command.

The plane was carrying 239 passengers, comprising 227 passengers and 12 crew members. Below the full list:

List1 List2 List3 List4 List5 List6

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