MH370, a year later…still no sign of the plane?!

That remains as the biggest aviation mystery in recent years. Exactly a year ago on this day (8th March 2014), a Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 bound to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur disappeared with 227 passengers and 12 crew members inside. I think I don’t need to explain further details of this disappearance that went on to become major news headlines across the world last year for at least a month.

And the most surprising thing is that even after a year, there is still not a single sign or trace of the plane at all. This is getting really mysterious. Where are you, MH370? Anyway, we are still hopeful that MH370 will be found soon. The search operation by Australia and Malaysia is still underway at the Indian Ocean, the last location of the plane as believed from the satellite readings. However, finding a plane in an ocean as big as that is a very challenging job and will not pays off result easily. What we can do now is just to wait for its conclusion, and send our thoughts and prayers for those affected.


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Up until now, there are still many rumours and allegations going around on to what actually happened to the plane on 8th March 2014 when it disappeared. It changed route and flies without radar detection to Indian Ocean without any known reason yet. There are still many questions unanswered, and we do sincerely hope all that would be resolved soon. The family of the passengers on board the ill-fated plane deserved to know the answer, and we truly felt their lost.

Also let’s not forget on how bad our authority and Malaysia Airlines company were handling the situation when the incident first broke out to the world. They were slow and not organized. While the world felt sympathy to the next-of-kin of the MH370 passengers, China was fuming towards our authority on the very poor way on handling the matter. Criticism received, and I do not even want to stand on our authority’s side. They were really bad, and not worth my support (also the company losses millions of ringgits every year and government spent our money to save it all these while).

It’s a year anniversary from the day MH370 disappeared mysteriously. We still remember you, and please come back, MH370. We miss you. The world miss you.


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