The families based in the Chinese capital could not hold back their tears while watching the horrible fate the MH17 had met on Thursday, a Strait Times report said. The plane was shot down while flying from A
Sympathising with the victims of those killed in the MH17 mishap, the families of the missing passengers of MH17 questioned the state of aviation safety. "Could it be that taking a flight now is like being on a rollercoaster ride and one must have one's heart in one's mouth", they asked, according to the Strait Times article.
The kin of the MH 370 mishap victims questioned the standard of air safety
They also said that all nations should work together and not against one another in providing consistent information of the information. Contradictory information had caused much confusion after the MH17 mishap.
One-hundred and fifty-three Chinese nationals were on board of the ill-fated MH370, which was carrying 239 passengers. No trace of the plane has been found till today despite a massive search operation launched by several countries. Many in China were equally worried over the latest tragedy as contradictory information kept them on their toes.
The Chinese embassy in Malaysia confirmed that no Chinese nationals were on board the MH17.