Families furious over report MH370 to be declared ‘lost’


KUALA LUMPUR: Relatives of MH370 passengers have criticized beleagured Malaysia Airlines after an official reportedly said authorities would set a date to announce the plane was “lost,” with an industry source saying such a declaration would see the search called off. Both Malaysia Airlines and officials in Australia—which is leading the search for the missing jet far off its western coast—have denied the reported comments by the carrier’s commercial director Hugh Dunleavy. But Voice370, an association of MH370 victims’ relatives, said in a statement late on Monday that it was “bewildered” by the report last week.



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