On the fifth day of the disappearance of the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, nothing can be ruled out, say US aviation expert.
But the plane was air-worthy and according to a report by the Straight Times, the last words heard from the control of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane were 'All right, good night'.
The world and especially families and friends of the aircraft are still waiting for information regarding what might have happen to the passenger plane.
239 passengers and crew were on board when the plane took of Friday night. Two of them with stolen passports. One of the stolen passports was used to board by an Iranian teenage asylum seeker hoping to make it to Germany.
The plane disappeared, shortly after take off, with one theory saying it turned back it's expected course.
Manifest released by Airline Authorities say of the 239 on board, 153 including one infant were Chinese and Taiwanese, 38 were Malaysians, 5 were Indians, 7 Indonesian, Australians were 6, France 4, USA including one infant 3, 2 from New Zealand, 2 from Ukraine, 2 from Canada, 1 from Russia, 1 from Italy, 1 from Netherlands and 1 from Austria.
The manifest said "The passengers are of 14 different nationalities. All crew onboard are Malaysians.".
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