Malaysia released a transcript of communications between missing plane and Kuala Lumpa air traffic control that directly contradicts what the country's ambassador to China told families in Beijing just a few days ago.
The final words heard by air traffic control were not the informal 'all right, goodnight' as previously reported, but 'goodnight, Malaysian three seven zero' (The Guardian)
[quote name="MagodisThuma"]How do you know...God Knows it ?[/quote]
Come on man! don't ask stupid questions here!
MagodisThuma Thursday, 03 April 2014 12:44 AM
How do you know...God Knows it ?
hasuntha Wednesday, 02 April 2014 05:09 PM
God knows what happend MH anyway still wating for u
Rat Thursday, 03 April 2014 01:43 AM
This is a turning point in aviation history. The authorities should introduce a system to track aircrafts in real time via satellites, through out their journey. So that when aircrafts enter radar dark spots, they can still be identified.
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