Senarai Nama Krew Anak Kapal Malaysia Airline MH17

18 07 2014

Sila klik disini untuk senarai nama penuh penumpang dan krew anak kapal Malaysia Airline MH17.

Malaysian Chinese newspaper Sin Chew Daily released a name list of the crew:

Captain: Wan Amran Bin Wan Hussin (male, 50 years old)

Captain: Eugene Choo Jin Leong (male, 45 years old)

Vice-captain: Ahmad Hakimi Bin Hanapi (male, 29 years old)

Vice-captain: Muhamad Firdaus Bin Abdul Rahim (male, 27 years old)

Mohd Ghafar Bin Abu Bakar (male, 54 years old)

Dora Shamila Binti Kassim (female,47 years old)

Azrina Binti Yakob (female,41 years old)

Lee Hui Pin (female,42 years old)

Mastura Binti Mustafa (female,40 years old)

Chong Yee Pheng (female,40 years old)

Shaikh Mohd Noor Bin Mahmood (male,44 years old)

Sanjid Singh Sandhu (male,41 years old)

Hamfazlin Sham Binti Mohamed Arifin (female,42 years old)

Nur Shazana Binti Mohamed Salleh (female,31 years old)

Angeline Premila Rajandaran (female,30 years)

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Malaysia Airline MH17 Cabin Crew Manifest

18 07 2014

Please click here for Malaysia Airline official full lists of  MH17 passenger and cabin crew manifest.

Malaysian Chinese newspaper Sin Chew Daily released a name list of the crew:

Captain: Wan Amran Bin Wan Hussin (male, 50 years old)

Captain: Eugene Choo Jin Leong (male, 45 years old)

Vice-captain: Ahmad Hakimi Bin Hanapi (male, 29 years old)

Vice-captain: Muhamad Firdaus Bin Abdul Rahim (male, 27 years old)

Mohd Ghafar Bin Abu Bakar (male, 54 years old)

Dora Shamila Binti Kassim (female,47 years old)

Azrina Binti Yakob (female,41 years old)

Lee Hui Pin (female,42 years old)

Mastura Binti Mustafa (female,40 years old)

Chong Yee Pheng (female,40 years old)

Shaikh Mohd Noor Bin Mahmood (male,44 years old)

Sanjid Singh Sandhu (male,41 years old)

Hamfazlin Sham Binti Mohamed Arifin (female,42 years old)

Nur Shazana Binti Mohamed Salleh (female,31 years old)

Angeline Premila Rajandaran (female,30 years)





MH17 Incident : Friday, July 18, 07:30 AM GMT +0800 Media Statement 2

18 07 2014

Malaysia Airlines Media Statement 2 : MH17 Incident

With immediate effect, all European flights operated by Malaysia Airlines will be taking alternative routes avoiding the usual route.

Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, which was on a scheduled flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur went down in eastern Ukraine. Malaysia Airlines confirms that the aircraft did not make a distress call.

The usual flight route was earlier declared safe by the International Civil Aviation Organisation. International Air Transportation Association has stated that the airspace the aircraft was traversing was not subject to restrictions.

As opposed to the earlier statement, the flight was carrying a total number of 298 people – comprising 283 passengers including three infants of various nationalities and 15 crew of Malaysian nationality. Some of the nationalities of the passengers are yet to be determined.

List of number of passengers and crew according to nationality are as follows:-

Nationality Total
Netherlands 154
Malaysia 43 (including 15 crew & 2 infants)
Australia 27
Indonesia 12 (including 1 infant)
United Kingdom 9
Germany 4
Belgium 4
Philippines 3
Canada 1
Unverified 41
Total 298

 

Malaysia Airlines is in the process of notifying the next-of-kin of the passengers and crew.

Our focus now is to work with the emergency responders and authorities and mobilize its full support to provide all possible care to the next-of-kin. Malaysia Airlines is deploying its “Go Team” to Amsterdam  with a group of caregivers and volunteers to assist the family members of the passengers.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all affected passengers and crew and their family members.

The airline will provide regular updates on the situation.

Families of passengers and crew may contact +603 7884 1234 (Malaysia) or +31703487770(Netherlands).

For media queries, kindly contact +603 8777 5698/ +603 8787 1276.

Please also log on to www.malaysiaairlines.com for updates.





MH17: Photos And Videos Of The Plane Crash

18 07 2014
A general view shows the site of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane crash in the settlement of Grabovo in the Donetsk region, July 17, 2014. The Malaysian airliner was shot down over eastern Ukraine by pro-Russian militants on Thursday, killing all 295 people aboard, a Ukrainian interior ministry official said. (Photo REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev).

A general view shows the site of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane crash in the settlement of Grabovo in the Donetsk region, July 17, 2014. The Malaysian airliner was shot down over eastern Ukraine by pro-Russian militants on Thursday, killing all 295 people aboard, a Ukrainian interior ministry official said. (Photo REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev).

Malaysia Airlines flight MH17  carrying 295 people crashed near the town of Torez in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine on Thursday.

According to a Facebook post from a top Ukrainian official, as it flew at about 10,000 meters (nearly 33,000 feet) on the way from Amsterdam to Malaysia.

CNN reported that a senior U.S. official said, a radar system saw a surface-to-air missile system turn on and track an aircraft right before the plane went down.

The senior U.S. official also said that a second system saw a heat signature at the time the airliner was hit.

The United States is analyzing the trajectory of the missile to try to learn where the attack came from.



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MH17 Tragedy: Unofficial List Of Passenger Nationalities

18 07 2014

*Please click here for Malaysia Airline official full lists of  MH17 passenger and cabin crew manifest.

Vice President of Malaysia Airlines Europe Huib Gorter told reporters that the 15 crew members on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 were all Malaysian nationals.

He gave a breakdown of the known nationalities of the 280 passengers: 154 were Dutch, 27 were Australians, 23 were Malaysians, 11 were Indonesian, six were from the United Kingdom, four were from Germany; four were from Belgium, three were from the Philippines and one was Canadian. Authorities were still trying to determine the nationalities of the other passengers.

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has not yet release the MH17 passenger manifest.





Statement by Prime Minister Najib Razak: Malaysian Airlines flight 17, Friday, July 18, 04:15 AM SGT +0800

18 07 2014

Yesterday evening, I was informed of the terrible and deeply shocking news that a Malaysia Airlines jet went down in eastern Ukraine.

Malaysia Airlines has confirmed that the jet was Malaysia Airlines flight 17, which was on a scheduled flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur.

The flight departed Amsterdam at 12.15pm, local time. It was scheduled to arrive in Kuala Lumpur at 6.10 am, local, Malaysian time.

The aircraft was a Boeing 777-200.

The aircraft’s flight route was declared safe by the International Civil Aviation Organisation.

And International Air Transportation Association has stated that the airspace the aircraft was traversing was not subject to restrictions.

Malaysia Airlines has confirmed that the aircraft did not make a distress call.

The flight was carrying a total number of 295 people – comprising 280 passengers and 15 crew members.

Malaysia Airlines is in the process of notifying the next-of-kin of the passengers and crew. All possible care will be provided to the next-of-kin.

The Government of Malaysia is dispatching a special flight to Kiev, carrying a Special Malaysia Disaster Assistance and Rescue Team, as well as a medical team.

According to information provided by Kiev Air Traffic Control, the location of the plane’s emergency locator beacon is 48 degrees 7 minutes and 23 seconds North; and 38 degrees 31 minutes and 33 seconds East.

The Ukrainian authorities believe that the plane was shot down.

At this early stage, however, Malaysia is unable to verify the cause of this tragedy.

But we must – and we will – find out precisely what happened to this flight.

No stone can be left unturned.

If it transpires that the plane was indeed shot down, we insist that the perpetrators must swiftly be brought to justice.

Emergency operations centres have been established. In the last few hours, Malaysian officials have been in constant contact with their counterparts in Ukraine and elsewhere.

And I will be speaking to a number of world leaders over the coming hours.

I have had several conversations with the Prime Minister of the Netherlands.

I have also spoken to the President of Ukraine. He has pledged that there will be a full, thorough and independent investigation, and Malaysian officials will be invited to take part.

The Ukrainian president also confirmed that his government will negotiate with rebels in the east of the country, in order to establish a humanitarian corridor to the crash site.

Just now, I received a call from President Obama.

He and I both agreed that the investigation must not be hindered in anyway.

An international team must have full access to the crash site.

And no one should interfere with the area, or move any debris, including the black box.

This is a tragic day, in what has already been a tragic year, for Malaysia.

As we work to understand what happened, our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of those onboard the flight.

I cannot imagine what they must be going through at this painful time.

The flight’s passengers and crew came from many different countries.

But today, regardless of nationality, we are all united in grief.





Malaysia Airlines Jet Shot Down Over Ukraine – Huffington Post

18 07 2014

Boeing told CNN that it will aid in any investigation that follows the Malaysia Airlines plane crash.

Reuters reported:

“EMERGENCIES MINISTRY OFFICIAL ON SITE SAYS BODY PARTS SCATTERED AROUND UP TO 15 KM FROM CRASH SITE, AT LEAST 100 BODIES SEEN”

(Please click here for more news)

The Malaysian Prime Minister tweeted that:

I am shocked by reports that an MH plane crashed. We are launching an immediate investigation.








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