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Relatives of passengers aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 check in before boarding a flight bound for Kuala Lumpur at Capital International Airport in Beijing on early March 11 (JIANG KEHONG)

A senior official of Malaysia Airlines briefs the relatives about the latest progress of the searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in Beijing on March 10. A total of 3,1000 yuan ($5049.9) will be given to each relative as the special condolence payments (LI XIN)

Members of a Chinese emergency response team adjust equipment on the rescue vessel South China Sea Rescue 101, on the way to the possible crash site of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 (ZHAO YINGQUAN)

Li Jiaxiang, head of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), briefs the media about the latest progress of the searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in Beijing on March 10 (XIAO YIJIU)

Members of a joint working group in charge of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight incident check in before departing from Capital International Airport in Beijing on March 10. The Chinese joint working group to handle the aftermath of the flight is scheduled to arrive in Malaysia the same day (CHEN YEHUA)

Helicopter B-7776 lands on the deck of China's patrol vessel Haixun 31 at a port in Sanya, south China's island of Hainan Province, on March 9. Haixun 31, left here in the afternoon the same day for search and rescue mission for the missing Malaysian Airline flight (ZHANG YONGFENG)

College students light candles to pray for the passengers aboard the missing Boeing 777 jet, at Tianjin University of Science and Technology in Tianjin on March 9 (ZHEN ZISHAN)

Representatives of the Malaysia Airlines bow to the media before the press conference in Beijing on missing flight MH 370 on March 9 (WANG QUANCHAO)
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For Your Information  

Aircraft: Boeing 777-200

People on board: 227 passengers and 12 crew members. Five were under the age of 5.

Departure: 0:41 a.m. (1641 GMT) on March 8 from Kuala Lumpur

Scheduled arrival: 6:30 a.m. (2230 GMT) same day in Beijing

Journey: 3,700 km

Contact lost: Around 2:40 a.m. (1730 GMT) when it flew over the sea between Malaysia and Viet Nam

(Source: Compiled from Xinhua)

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Malaysia Airlines Contact:
For the public: +603 7884 1234.

For media queries: +603 8777 5698/ +603 8787 1276.

Chinese Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: 0060-123429829
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