|Malaysia Airlines MH370 is now missing for 100 days.|
Monday, 16th June 2014
Source : Malaysia Airlines
Statement by Ahmad Jauhari Yahya, Group CEO, Malaysia Airlines MH370 Incident: It has been the longest 100 days since the disappearance of our MH370, our thoughts and prayers remain with the families of the 239 persons on board the flight.
The families has been on our minds throughout these past 100 days, and will continue to do for a long while to come.
We feel the families’ pain; we miss our colleagues and friends on board MH370. We feel the families’ anguish, and like them, Malaysia Airlines continues to hope and seek answers that will bring us closer to finding out what happened to MH370.
We thank the Governments and agencies of Malaysia, Australia and China, and the many nations that have come forward to search for MH370.
Despite the best efforts and resources over the last 100 days, this most extensive search in history has still not found answers.
Malaysia Airlines continues to support the search operations, continues to support the next-of-kin and continues to keep in touch.
It has been the longest and most painful 100 days in Malaysia Airlines’ history.