Parents, grandparents and other close family members of passengers on board Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will be asked to share their advice to the public on how to cope when travelling with loved ones.
Malaysia Airlines has been told to ask family members and friends to share what they are experiencing and to ask people not to travel alone or under extreme circumstances.
The Federal Aviation Authority has also advised that family members are not to take on the roles of flight crew or passengers.
Malaysian authorities have said it is too early to speculate about the causes of the crash, but have warned the plane’s black box would be sent to a laboratory for further examination.”
We have also issued a new advice on the appropriate measures to take to protect your loved ones, including the need for you to contact the relevant authorities, the airlines cabin crew, and local emergency services.”
Malaysian authorities have said it is too early to speculate about the causes of the crash, but have warned the plane’s black box would be sent to a laboratory for further examination.
Malay Airlines flight MH370 was travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it disappeared on March 8 with 239 people on board.
Malaysians are still searching for more clues about the plane, which disappeared in a deep sea corridor and crashed into the Indian Ocean.
The plane was carrying 239 people.