Friday, 14 March 2014

Central Idea Of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

This picture shows the airplane of the Malaysia airlines flight 370. The flight took off out of Kuala Lumpur on Saturday at 12:41 a.m. It was supposed to arrive in Beijing carrying 239 passengers but never arrived.  Controllers are said to have lost contact around 1:30 a.m. from out of Subang. It was said to have disappeared while over the sea between Vietnam and Malaysia.
The picture shows the jetliner that passengers boarded that disappeared from the sky without any mention of foul play or problems from the pilots of the plane. The plane just simply disappeared. It is said that some officials think they could have possibly found what could be the remnants of a plane crash but as of right now it is unknown what happened officially.

Lanterns were lit in regards to the passengers, pilots and airline staff that were on board the plane that suddenly disappeared. It was like it just vanished. Many loved ones were on the plane returning home. In the picture three men are holding up a paper lantern while it is lit. The use of lit paper lanterns is a Chinese custom that has been used for many years. It is used in many celebrations, parades and memory services that are done today throughout the world. The people in the picture light lanterns in respect to those lost. Their hope is that their loved ones that are missing will see the lights and use them to find their way home.The lanterns light up the sky to create a beautiful picture full of light.

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