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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Another Mystery

(PHOTO) William Bradley - Planespotters.net
Aviation Updates Philippines – Malaysia Airlines flight 370, a Boeing 777-200ER registered as 9M-MRO, en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur was lost in the radar in the first 2 hours of the flight carrying 239 people. 

Reports said that the plane crashed in the Gulf of Thailand. But, Malaysia Airlines denied that the plane crashed. Reports said that the last position of the plane is 150 kilometers north of Malaysia's coast.

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 was a code share flight. When the aircraft took off the weather was good and the plane's maintenance was also good.

In the search and rescue operation, 2 oil slicks were found. It was believed that it came from the plane. 17 aircrafts and 9 ships were used for the search and rescue. 

"No wreckage was found." Najab Razak said.

Until now, the aircraft is still missing.

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