Relatives of the 154 Chinese passengers on the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 that disappeared last Friday heard the communication of aircraft pilots with air traffic controllers in Malaysia and Vietnam before the disappearance of the aircraft.

The family gathered in a hotle in Beijing demanding to hear the dialogue that developed in the cabin before the plane vanished from radar.

Representatives of the airline told relatives that the plane was flying over the sea border between Malaysia and Vietnam, and was informed of this by the control tower in Malaysia, to which one of the pilots of the plane said “Okay, Roger (understood ). ”

Minutes after the plane disappeared from radar.

 

Last Friday the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was covering the route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 227 people on board when the control towers of Vietnam and Malaysia lost contact with the aircraft.

Since then a multinational search began to search for some trace that allow them to find the aircraft, but so far all efforts have been in vain.

Malaysia Airlines has been providing information to family in offices in Beijing and Kuala Lumpur.