48 hours+ Malaysia Airlines statement

Malaysia Airlines issued their ninth media statement an hour ago noting: It has been more than 48 hours since we lost contact with our flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

Key points:

  • Malaysia Airlines is cooperating with the search and rescue authorities coordinated by the Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia (DCA).
  • Search and rescue teams from Australia, China, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, Philippines and the United States of America are involved
  • Malaysia Airlines’ has been providing family members with timely information, travel facilities, accommodation, meals, medical and emotional support and financial assistance 
  • Each family has been assigned a paid or volunteer caregiver
  • there are 150  senior managers and caregivers in Beijing
  • When the aircraft is located, a Response Coordination Centre (RCC) will be activated within the vicinity to support the needs of the families. This has been communicated specifically to the families.

Malaysia Airlines reiterated that it appreciated the patience, support and prayers from everyone.

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Comments

  1. Wow…..from the sound of this it really comes across as a very professional and empathetic response from Malaysia Airlines………contrast that to the response of Korean Air after the San Francisco crash…….granted this is much more severe but every life is important and every response is important to their country and to the industry as a whole…………

  2. My apology to Korean and thanks Martin for the snag……….I also saw an article in today’s San Francisco Chronicle talking about how the SF Fire Department “covered up” or was VERY uncooperative with the San Francisco Police Department as they investigated the death of the girl on the runway…….NOT a very transparent and honorable way for our public servants to respond in a tragedy like that……….on behalf of the City of San Francisco I apologize for this insensitive response………..It was a screw up plain and simple……..

  3. Oh I wasn’t aware that Korean air crashed to sfo in our universe. When did that happen in your parallel universe?

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