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reply to post by Zaphod58
They are now 'Suggesting', perhaps, that the Captain said, GOOD NIGHT MALAYSIAM THREE SEVEN ZERO and then he put such to bed, hence the silence ??????????? Wow,
reply to post by ~Lucidity
And it changed nothing. Someone along the way left off the flight number, that's all.
reply to post by pejanene
This is nothing. You have to learn what to disregard and what to pay extra attention to with these investigations. Leaving off that he used the flight number, in information released to the public is nothing.
Where does it say that any investigative agency (or government) is required to release every single detail in an investigation, prior to a final report? In some incidents we're lucky to get any information at all.
(REUTERS) - An Illinois judge on Monday dismissed a US law firm's motion to obtain evidence of possible design and manufacturing defects from Boeing Co and Malaysian Airline System in connection with the disappearance of flight MH370 three weeks earlier.
Cook County Judge Kathy Flanagan also threatened to impose sanctions against Ribbeck Law Chartered, citing previous instances where the Chicago-based law firm had "improperly brought" petitions, such as last year's Asiana Airlines plane crash in San Francisco.
"Despite these orders, the same law firm has proceeded, yet again, with the filing of the instant petition, knowing full well that there is no basis to do so," said Ms Flanagan.
"Should this law firm choose to do so, the court will impose sanctions on its own motion."
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia's Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) has said the last words from the cockpit of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 were "Good night Malaysian three seven zero".
"We would like to confirm that the last conversation in the transcript between the air traffic controller and the cockpit is at 0119 (Malaysian Time) and is "Good night Malaysian three seven zero," DCA said in a short statement issued on Monday night.
"The authorities are still doing forensic investigation to determine whether those last words from the cockpit were by the pilot or the co-pilot,'' said the statement.
It was reported earlier that the last words from the flight were "Alright, goodnight", spoken by co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid.
DCA said acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein "has instructed the investigating team to release the full transcript". It will be made available during the briefing to the next-of-kin of passengers on board the flight.