All contact with Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was lost just 40 minutes into what was supposed to be a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, China. The Boeing 777-200 en-route was expected to make contact with Ho Chi Mihn air traffic control at the time it disappeared.
The flight was cruising at 35,000 feet in the safest phase of flight with 239 souls aboard, as something apparently mysterious perhaps catastrophic transpired. The im Media te concern at this moment is locating the missing aircraft to determine what happened. Above all, the human story irrevocably tied to this mystery is how to bring closure to the grieving families for lost loved ones on broad.
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Missing Malaysia 370: "Greatest mystery in aviation security history" – Oliver McGee on Fox News Hannity on Friday, March 14, 2014
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