Get all the latest updates on the missing Malaysian Airlines throughout the day:
The press conference in a way concludes that there is no hope of any survivors anymore.
7.48 Info on plane’s last location comes from UK’s Air Accidents Investigation & satellite Experts.
7.46 A relative of the passenger said “they (Malaysia airlines) have told us all lives are lost”.
7.34 The flight ended in a remote area of West of Perth.
7.30 pm: According to the BBC, a text message was sent to the families of the 239 missing Malaysia airlines passengers saying that the aircraft is lost and there are no survivors.
7.29 pm: According to the new data provided, the Malaysian PM says he is regretful to inform that the plane’s flight has ended in the southern Indian ocean.
7.28 pm: “I have been briefed by an UK investigating branch that they have been able to shed more light on the MH370’s path,” said the Malaysian PM at a press briefing.
7.24 pm: Families called to meeting in Beijing Hotel. Malaysian PM to speak soon.
4:20 pm: Chinese and Australian search planes spotted several objects in the southern Indian Ocean that could be debris from the missing Malaysian jetliner.
3:40 pm: Australian plane spots two objects in hunt for missing Malaysia plane – ship heads to area in southern Indian Ocean.
3:04 pm: 6 ships and 5 aircrafts are continuously searching.
3:03 pm: India says search for the missing plane is our responsibility, no Chinese help is needed.
3:00 pm: 10 Chinese ships are in the southern corridor to search for the plane.
1:05 pm: China’s Foreign Ministry said on Monday that the Chinese government could not confirm that objects spotted by a Chinese military aircraft earlier in the day were connected with the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner.
10:20 am: Another Malaysia Airlines flight makes emergency landing in Hong Kong.
9:53 am: China says Chinese plane spots object in area where satellite images indicated possible debris.
9:30 am: United States prepared to move a specialised device that can locate black boxes into the south Indian Ocean region.
9:20 am: Australia said on Monday that French satellite data indicating floating objects possibly related to missing Flight MH370 were outside the current search zone, while admitting to “clutching” at every piece of new information.
7:00 am: France on Sunday provided Malaysia with satellite images of objects that could be from a passenger jet that went missing more than two weeks ago, the latest word of such images that officials are hoping will help solve one of the world’s great aviation mysteries.