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JURNAL NEWSPAPERCUTTINGS
GROUP MEMBERS:
LiewYiYang
Mohd Aswadi Ismail
Norhashimah Binti Mohd Ismail
Nur Azila Binti Ruslin...
 disappeared on 8 March
2014
 flying from Kuala Lumpur
International Airport near
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,
to Beijing Cap...
 All 12 crew members
were Malaysian citizens.
Two pilots were among
the crew
 pilot in command was
53-year-old Captain
Z...
 MalaysiaAirlines issued a media statement at
07:24, one hour after the scheduled arrival
time of the flight at Beijing, ...
 The Boeing 777, introduced in
1994, is generally regarded by
aviation experts as having a
safety record that is one of t...
The initial search area in Southeast Asia
 Malaysia set up a Joint InvestigationTeam (JIT),
composed of specialists from Malaysia,
Australia, China, the UK, the US...
 A month after the disappearance, Malaysia
Airlines' chief executiveAhmad JauhariYahya
acknowledged that ticket sales had...
 Malaysia Airlines retired
the Flight 370 (MH370)
flight number and replaced
it with Flight 318 (MH318)
beginning 14 Marc...
 MalaysiaAirlines would still be vulnerable to
civil lawsuits from passengers' families
 regardless of fault, to a payme...
 The first lawsuit related to the disappearance
was filed in October 2014–before Flight 370
was declared an accident–on b...
 Malaysian Airlines offered ex
gratia condolence payments
soon after the disappearance
 In China, families of
passengers...
 Malaysia's deputy Foreign Minister Hamzah
Zainuddin said that families of seven
passengers received $50,000 advance
comp...
 Some Chinese have boycotted all things
Malaysian, including vacations and singers, in
protest of Malaysia's handling of ...
 The boycotts have largely been led or
supported by celebrities
 Film star Chen Kun posted a message to
Weibo where he h...
 Over 337,000 people
retweeted a tweet fromTV
host Meng Fei , which said
"I’ve never been to Malaysia and I do
not plan t...
 Coincidentally,China and
Malaysia had dubbed 2014
to be the "Malaysia–China
FriendshipYear" to
celebrate 40 years of
dip...
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  1. 1. JURNAL NEWSPAPERCUTTINGS GROUP MEMBERS: LiewYiYang Mohd Aswadi Ismail Norhashimah Binti Mohd Ismail Nur Azila Binti Ruslin Nur AsyillahAisyah
  2. 2.  disappeared on 8 March 2014  flying from Kuala Lumpur International Airport near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing  carrying 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 15 nations
  3. 3.  All 12 crew members were Malaysian citizens. Two pilots were among the crew  pilot in command was 53-year-old Captain ZaharieAhmad Shah from Penang
  4. 4.  MalaysiaAirlines issued a media statement at 07:24, one hour after the scheduled arrival time of the flight at Beijing, stating that contact with the flight had been lost by Malaysian ATC at 02:40 and that the government had initiated search and rescue operations
  5. 5.  The Boeing 777, introduced in 1994, is generally regarded by aviation experts as having a safety record that is one of the best of any commercial aircraft  Since its first commercial flight in June 1995, there have been only four other serious accidents involving hull-loss
  6. 6. The initial search area in Southeast Asia
  7. 7.  Malaysia set up a Joint InvestigationTeam (JIT), composed of specialists from Malaysia, Australia, China, the UK, the US, and France  aircraft and satellite experts:  Air Accidents Investigation Branch (UK),  Boeing (US),  Defence Science andTechnologyOrganisation (Australia),  Department of Civil Aviation (Malaysia),  Inmarsat (UK),  NationalTransportation Safety Board (US)
  8. 8.  A month after the disappearance, Malaysia Airlines' chief executiveAhmad JauhariYahya acknowledged that ticket sales had declined  In China, where the majority of passengers were from, bookings on MalaysiaAirlines were down 60 percent in March
  9. 9.  Malaysia Airlines retired the Flight 370 (MH370) flight number and replaced it with Flight 318 (MH318) beginning 14 March  The flight Malaysia Airline's second daily flight to Beijing was later suspended beginning 2 May, due to lack of demand
  10. 10.  MalaysiaAirlines would still be vulnerable to civil lawsuits from passengers' families  regardless of fault, to a payment of approximately US$175,000 from the airline's insurance company—a total of nearly US$40 million for the 227 passengers on board
  11. 11.  The first lawsuit related to the disappearance was filed in October 2014–before Flight 370 was declared an accident–on behalf of two Malaysian boys whose father was a passenger for negligence in failing to contact the aircraft soon after it was lost and for breach of contract for failing to bring the passenger to his destination
  12. 12.  Malaysian Airlines offered ex gratia condolence payments soon after the disappearance  In China, families of passengers were offered ¥31,000 (about US$5,000) "comfort money but some families rejected the offer
  13. 13.  Malaysia's deputy Foreign Minister Hamzah Zainuddin said that families of seven passengers received $50,000 advance compensation from Malaysia Airlines  but that full payout would come after the aircraft is found or officially declared lost
  14. 14.  Some Chinese have boycotted all things Malaysian, including vacations and singers, in protest of Malaysia's handling of the Flight 370 investigation  Bookings on Malaysia Airlines from China, where the majority of passengers were from, were down 60 percent in March
  15. 15.  The boycotts have largely been led or supported by celebrities  Film star Chen Kun posted a message to Weibo where he has 70 million followers  The post was shared over 70,000 times and drew over 30,000 comments “I...will start a boycott from my inner heart on any commercials and travel relating to Malaysia.This will last...until the Malaysian government takes down their clown-like mask and tells the truth”
  16. 16.  Over 337,000 people retweeted a tweet fromTV host Meng Fei , which said "I’ve never been to Malaysia and I do not plan to go there in the future. If you feel the same, please retweet this message
  17. 17.  Coincidentally,China and Malaysia had dubbed 2014 to be the "Malaysia–China FriendshipYear" to celebrate 40 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries

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