MH370: Condolences from Boeing

KUALA LUMPUR - Aerospace company, Boeing extended its condolences to the families of passengers and crew on board MH370 and said it will continue to assist in the search operations.

In a statement on its website, Boeing who is also the manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defence, space and security systems said it was saddened by the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's announcement regarding flight MH370.

"Our thoughts and deepest sympathies continue to be with the families and loved ones of those aboard.

"Boeing continues to serve as a technical advisor to the US National Transportation Board," it said.

At a 15-minute press conference at the Putra World Trade Centre at 10pm last night,, Najib confirmed that the MH370 flight, a Boeing 777-200ER had ended in the southern Indian Ocean.

He said the satellite data provided by Inmarsat (Inter national Maritime Satellite) and the United Kingdom's Air Accidents Investigation Branch had concluded that MH370 had flown along the southern corridor and its last position was in the middle of the Indian Ocean, west of Perth.


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