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Families of Malaysian plane passengers set up communication panel


Families of Malaysian plane passengers set up communication panel
Hong Kong, March 18: The family members of the Malaysian Flight MH370, which went missing ten days ago, has decided to set up a committee to communicate with Malaysia Airlines officials.

According to reports by Hong Kong-based broadcaster Phoenix Television, the committee was aimed at receiving the families' enquiries and to communicate with the Malaysian side.

Reportedly, some of the relatives complained that sometimes they were not able to reach the hotel's contact number provided by the airline.

Flight MH370, with 239 people onboard, including two infants and 12 crew members, went missing during its flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing about an hour after its departure from KL International Airport at 12.41 am on March 8.

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