Malaysia Airlines meets with families of missing MH370 passengers in Beijing-Sino-US


Malaysia Airlines meets with families of missing MH370 passengers in Beijing
Eighty-two relatives of the missing passengers on board the MH370 get together. Although they may have different claims, they all believe the meeting with the MH370 investigation is vital. Photos: Sino-US.com 
 
Malaysia Airlines and the MH370 safety investigation team held a press conference in Beijing on Friday, while meeting and answering questions from the relatives of the passengers who disappeared along with the plane.

The meeting in the morning was held with 82 relatives of MH370 passengers behind closed doors with no reporters allowed. Police officers were present on the scene to prevent any disturbance.

Most of the relatives were indignant, holding protest banners or letters written by them to the Prime Minister of Malaysia. People put forward many questions to Faud Sharuji, the airline’s crisis director, with a focus on the most recently issued report on the lost flight.

The fact that the report is written in English and has no Chinese version now has aroused anger among people. “It’s not clear why the flight had gone missing and the whereabouts of the passengers on board. The final report turns out to be of no use,” a family member told Sino-US.com.

Another relative surnamed Jiang said they hope to establish a communication channel with the Malaysian government, considering that during the past four years, they were always met by working staff of Malaysia Airlines. “Since they (Malaysian government representatives) left Beijing after the incident happened, they only came once in 2016,” Jiang said.

The meeting with missing passengers’ families was held in an office building inside the Beijing Shunyi Airport Logistics Park. After the flight MH370 went missing, the families of passengers regularly gathered at the place from around the nation.
 
People hold protest banners.
Faud Sharuji, the crisis officer of Malaysia Airlines, is surrounded by relatives.
Mr. Jiang receives an interview.
The working staff of the Malaysia Airlines
The most recent MH370 report released on July 30 which is titled MH370 Safety Investigation Report   
A Chinese outline of the investigation report that has been handed out to people present.
The meeting with missing passengers’ families was held in an office building inside the Beijing Shunyi Airport Logistics Park. 

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