After six days, what seemed like potential clues to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 have all led nowhere.
More than two thirds of those on Flight MH370 were from China, which has shown impatience with the absence of any results. Chinese Premier Li Prada Velvet Backpack
Officials said two men, later identified as Iranians, boarded the plane with stolen passports. It was later reported that they were unlikely to be linked to terrorist groups.
"There is no real Prada Bags Nylon Sale precedent for a situation like this. The plane just vanished," Hishammuddin said.
The passengers' "families and friends are burning with anxiety. The Chinese government and Chinese people are all deeply concerned about their safety," he said at the close of the annual session of the country's legislature. "As long as there is a glimmer of hope, we will not stop searching for the plane."
Compounding the frustration, he later said the Chinese Embassy had notified the government the images were released by mistake and did not show any debris from the missing flight.
Officials initially said four or five passengers checked in for the flight but did not board, fueling speculation about terrorism. Officials later said some people with reservations never checked in and were simply replaced by standby passengers, and no baggage was removed.
A yellow object spotted by a search plane turned out to be ordinary sea trash.
"This situation is unprecedented. MH370 went completely silent over the open ocean," said acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein. "This is a crisis situation. It is a very complex operation, and it is not obviously easy. official on Thursday said the plane was sending signals to a satellite for four hours after the aircraft went missing, an indication that it was still flying. The jet had enough fuel to reach deep into the Indian Ocean.
Oil slicks seen Saturday were found to have nothing to do with the jetliner.
Malaysia has been criticized for its handling of the search, in part because it took several days to fully explain why it couldn't say whether the plane had turned back. Officials say they are not hiding anything and are searching areas where the plane is most likely to be, while trying to establish its actual location.
"Because of new information, we may be part of an effort to open a new search area in the Indian Ocean," White House spokesman Jay Carney said, declining to offer additional details about that information or the new area. Navy 7th Fleet said it is moving one of its ships, the USS Kidd, into the Strait of Malacca, west of Malaysia.
Besides the Chinese satellite photos and the so far fruitless search based on the possible sighting on military radar, there have been other developments in the aviation mystery that have failed to lead to finding the plane or the cause of its disappearance:
Experts say a massive failure knocking out electrical systems, while unlikely, could explain why the transponders were not working. Another possibility is that the pilot, or a passenger, likely one with some technical knowledge, switched off the transponders in the hope of flying undetected.
Malaysia widens search for missing plane
The international search is methodically sweeping the ocean on both sides of Malaysia. The total area being covered is about 35,800 square miles (92,600 square kilometers) about the size of Portugal.
experience shows that finding the wreckage can take weeks or even longer, especially if the location of the plane is in doubt. Prada Sunglasses Aviator
That led searchers to believe the plane could have flown more than 1,000 miles beyond its last confirmed sighting on radar, the official said.
"There is nothing. We went there. There is nothing," Hishammuddin said.
Investigators have not ruled out any possible cause for the plane's disappearance.
Experts say that if the plane crashed into the ocean, some debris should be floating even if most of the jet is submerged. Past Prada Crossbody Bag Price
Keqiang said Thursday in Beijing he would like to see better coordination among countries in the search.
He said Malaysia was asking for radar data from India and other neighboring countries to see if they can trace it flying northwest. India says its navy, air force and coast guard will search for the plane in the south Andaman Sea.
In the latest disappointment, search planes failed to find any debris from the Boeing 777 after they were sent Thursday to an area of the South China Sea off the southern tip of Vietnam where satellite images published on a Chinese government website reportedly showed three suspected floating objects.
Asked if it were possible that the plane kept flying for several hours, Hishammuddin said: "Of course. We can't rule anything out. This is why we have extended the search. We are expanding our search into the Andaman Sea." The sea is northwest of the Malay Peninsula.
He said China had eight ships and 10 satellites searching for the plane.
The official said the plane wasn't transmitting data to the satellite, but sending out a signal to establish contact. Boeing offers a satellite service that can receive a stream of data during flight on how the aircraft is functioning.
Another part of the hunt is in the South China Sea, where the aircraft was seen on civilian radar flying northeast before vanishing without any indication of technical problems. A similar sized search is also being conducted in the Strait of Malacca because of military radar sightings that might indicate the plane turned in that direction after its last contact, passing over the Malay Peninsula.
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