Missing Malaysian Airline MH-370 Could Be In Pakistan?
Various news agencies now assuming that Malaysian Airline MH-370 was airborne for around 4 to 5 hours after it leaves Kaula Lampur means that the Boeing 777 would have been able to remain airborne for an additional 2,200 nautical miles at its air-speed which put the Border of India, Pakistan and Arabian Sea within its reach.
Malaysia’s acting Defense Minister denied the report on Thursday.
On the other hand, an oil rig worker send an email to the concerned authorities stating that he possibly saw Malaysian Airline MH-370 going down.
meanwhile, there is another news on various websites regarding Malysian Airline that a group of fisher man found a life raft bearing the word “Boarding” 10 nautical miles from Port Dickson town at 12pm yesterday.
Malysian Airline MH-370 went missing on Saturday when it was en route to Beijing from Kaula Lampur
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