PETALING JAYA - Family, friends and acquaintances of people on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have expressed their heartbreak, disbelief and hope of getting more answers on the "why's" and "how's" surrounding the disappearance of the plane.
The son of Australian couple Rod and Mary Burrows said he was heartbroken that his parents' lives had been cut short.
Speaking to ABC News, Jayden Burrows described his parents as hardworking people who wanted to spend the rest of their lives travelling and with family and friends.
"They worked hard to reap the rewards of their retirement.
"We are heartbroken that their lives have been cut short," he said.
Canadian McGill University, where one of the MH370 passengers Muktesh Mukerjee had studied, also came up with a release on its website paying tribute to him.
In the release, the university shared brief details of the plane's disappearance and Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak's confirmation that the plane was lost, as well as information on Muktesh and his wife Xiaomo Bai.
"Muktesh Mukherjee lived in Beijing with his family.