Originally posted on Optus Zoo News:
On Monday Malaysia’s civil aviation chief Azharuddin Abdul Rahman told a press conference that five passengers checked in for the flight but didn’t end up boarding the plane.
He was quick to assure the public their baggage was removed from the plane, in accordance with strict regulations.
However, it turns out the bags never existed in the first place because the passengers never made it to the check-in desk.
We now know there were only four people — not five — who missed flight MH370.
Malaysia Airlines released a statement overnight that quashed the civil aviation body’s claim, and in the process raised a whole new series of questions over what really happened in the moments before the flight.
A message on their website read:…
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