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The Missing Malasiyan Aircraft


Prem Chand Jangir

2014-04-26

The Missing Malasiyan Aircraft

-Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport on March 08th at 12:41 a.m. local time on Saturday and was slated to land in Beijing at 6:30 a.m. that same day.

-The Boeing 777-200ER carrying 227 passengers, including 2 Canadians, and 12 crew members. Flying in clear weather, the flight lost contact with Subang Air Traffic Control in Malaysia at about 1:30 a.m., without any distress signal which has become now a mystry for the Aviation Experts around the Globe.

-Now several countries are rigoursly involved in the search operation to find out the evidence of the Flight but even after one and half months there is no clue about the missing aircraft and also the multinational search operation is largest in the history. This search operation has involved 34 aircraft and 40 ships from several countries.

-The search effort now comprises dozens of ships and aircraft from 12 nations over an area of 35,800 square miles (92,600 square kilometers).

-The civilian and military assets of multiple nations are involved in search for wreckage on both sides of the Malay Peninsula, in the Gulf of Thailand and the Strait of Malacca.

-After days of hunting for the missing plane, authorities expanded the search west toward India, saying the plane may have flown for several hours after its last contract with air traffic control. The search intensified in the Indian Ocean, where the United States said it was deploying additional ships and aircraft.

-The Indian defense ministry has deployed three ships and three aircraft to the remote Andaman and Nicobar Islands in order to search the plane.

-The Malaysian plane has been insured for around $400 million out of which GIC has 3% share of total claim.

-India's reinsurer General Insurance Corporation of India (GIC) is expected to see a claim of around Rs. 75 crore from the missing aircraft of Malaysian Airlines.

-However, it is only an initial estimate and most of the claim amount is reinsured. Hence the impact is expected to be very minimum. The GIC estimates have been done presuming that there would be total loss of the aircraft.

Prakash mehta

2014-04-26

Its really sad that world being so technically advance is unable to trace the parts of plane. Not a single clue is received till date regarding whereabout of plane.

All investigation done till date are not able to trace location of plane. All search are initiated based on some satelite pictures. No full proof sign of plane is yet found.

Plane is really missing or some conspiracy is behind the missing of plane?

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