Malaysia Airlines Retires Flight Codes

Malaysia Alrlines Boeing 737-200
Malaysia Alrlines Boeing 737-200

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — NEWS – After almost a week, there remains no sign of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. The search area has been broadened as information came forward that the aircraft was pinging up to four hours after it was lost to radar screens.

The Government of Vietnam is standing down the degree of searching for the missing aircraft that vanished without a trace with 239 passengers aboard.

Malaysia Alrlines Boeing 737-200
Malaysia Alrlines Boeing 737-200

Flight MH370 was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, the plane last made contact with air-traffic control over the South China Sea to the east of Malaysia. At that time there was no issues of concern raised by the flight crew.

As a mark of respect to the passengers and crew of MH370 on 8 March 2014, the MH370 and MH371 flight codes will be retired from the Malaysia Airlines’ Kuala Lumpur- Beijing-Kuala Lumpur route. With effect from 14 March 2014, the new flight number to replace MH370 and MH371 will be:

MH 318 – Kuala Lumpur – Beijing

MH 319 – Beijing – Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia Airlines, in a media statement says, “There are no changes to the frequency of our services and we will continue to operate double daily services to Beijing. Our thoughts and prayers remain with the families of our colleagues and passengers of MH 370.”




马来西亚航空为表达对2014年3月8日MH370航班的乘客与机组人员的尊重,故MH370 与MH371 航班号将不再用于马来西亚航空公司的吉隆坡-北京往返航线。

自2014年3月14日起,MH370 及MH371 将更改为以下新的航班号:-




我们仍然与MH370失联客机的同事及乘客的家眷同在,一起为MH370 祈福。

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