Najib and Wife Trying to Flee the Country?

KUALA LUMPUR, 12 MAY 2018: Astro Awani news portal has reported that an Indonesian-registered private aircraft is scheduled to land at Subang Skypark Terminal (SZB) tomorrow (12 May 2018) at 6:00am local time. The aircraft is scheduled to depart Subang Airport later at 10:00am. Awani cited an anonymous source saying the passengers include a former Malaysian leader with his wife.

A check on Lowyat.net, a popular forum site has also reported a similar news. A photo was also published on the portal, containing some information about a flight. While the details are similar to the one published on Awani, we are not able to independently confirm whether it is the same flight or not. Here is the information:

Please find below new schedule Legacy650/PKRJX to WMSA as follow

12 MAY 2018

WIHH – WMSA ETD.06:00LT — (repo and pic up pax)

WMSA – WIHH ETD.10:00LT

Passengers

Mr Najib Razak

Mrs Rosmah Mansor

The flight concerned is between WMSA and WIHH. WMSA is the ICAO code for Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah International Airport (SZB) located in Subang, Selangor while WIHH is the ICAO code for Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport (HLP), located in East Jakarta, Indonesia.

The aircraft, ERJ-135 is manufactured by Embraer. It has two engines and a VIP seating configuration. It was registered on 20 August 2016. Source: Planefinder.net

Update 1, 12:20 AM: Malaysiakini has reported that a source close to Najib said he is taking a two-day break beginning tomorrow and he will be back afterwards. The source also mentioned that there is nothing hideous about the flight.

With the enforcement of Anti Fake News Act 2018, we shall be more vigilant in reporting news. While we try our best to ensure the authenticity of our sources, we are not able to confirm its accuracy. Disclaimer and Terms and Conditions of this website applies.

 

Malaysia Airlines MH 128 Flight Incident

MELBOURNE, June 1st 2017: A Malaysian Airlines flight from Melbourne (MEL) to Kuala Lumpur (KUL) was asked to turn back to Melbourne due to an act of disruption by a single perpetrator. The flight, MH 128, departed from Melbourne at 11.11pm yesterday (31 May 2017).

The disruptive passenger was allegedly trying to open the cockpit door. Fortunately, a number of brave passengers acted fast and managed to subdue the disruptive passenger before the passenger made it to the cockpit. While the event is unfolding, the flight crews managed to alert the pilots in the cockpit, resulting in the eventual turn back by the pilot.

The airline gave a brief statement on its official site. Here is the full statement:

MH128, which had departed Melbourne Airport at 11.11pm scheduled  to arrive Kuala Lumpur at 5.28am on 1 June, made a turn back to Melbourne after the operating Captain was alerted by a cabin crew of a passenger attempting to enter the cockpit.

Malaysia Airlines would like to stress that at no point was the aircraft ‘hijacked’.

MH128 safely landed in Melbourne airport at 11.41pm.

Following the incident on MH128, the disruptive passenger has been apprehended by airport security. Malaysia Airlines together with the Australian authorities will be investigating the incident.

Safety and security are of utmost priority to malaysia airlines. The airline wishes to apologise for the inconvenience caused.

Passengers have safely disembarked the aircraft and will be screened by Australian authorities.

They will be accommodated at hotels and offered on the next available flight or on other carriers.

Updated as 12.19am (GMT+8), 1 Jun 2017.

 

 

Malaysia Airlines MH2718 Flight Incident

SIBU – Saturday, April 8th 2017: A Malaysia Airlines Flight MH2718 carrying 61 passengers and 6 crew members has skidded on the runway of Sibu Airport upon landing at 10:17 PM that day.

Sibu Airport 2015-03-27 16.17.04
Sibu Airport 2015-03-27 16.17.04

Everyone onboard had safely disembarked from the Boeing 737-800 aircraft via two side rafts. The cause of the incident is still unknown.

April 10th 2017 Update: Malaysia Airports said the runway at Sibu Airport has been reopened at 0000 hrs on Sunday, April 9th 2017. Due to the runway closure, 48 lights and 3,787 passengers were affected.

Source: The Star

 

[ MH370 Update ] Search Will Conclude in December 2016

9M-MRO, the aircraft involved in MH370. Picture by planespotters.net.
9M-MRO, the aircraft involved in MH370. Original picture by planespotters.net.

Canberra, August 24th 2016: The Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre (JACC) said the Australian-led search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is expected to wrap up in December.

The search will be suspended indefinitely if there is no new evidence found. It was originally scheduled to finish in August, but bad weather and unexpected search vessel maintenance has pushed forward the schedule.

The latest statement, jointly released by JACC as well as Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said over 110,000 square kilometers out of 120,000 square kilometers total search zone has been thoroughly explored.

About MH370: On March 8th 2014, the airplane vanished while it is on its way to Beijing, China. No major piece of wreckage has found. It is believed to be crashed at a remote location in Indian Ocean.

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