Despite several days of searching for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, the fate of the Boeing 777-200, which dropped off air traffic control radar in the early hours of March 8, is still unknown.
Even with a multi-national team searching for the missing Flight MH370 and crowd sourced attempts to locate the missing Flight MH370, which was previously assumed to have crashed, little progress has been made in the investigation over the days following its initial disappearance.
While no solid conclusions have been made over the disappearance of Flight MH370, investigators along with search teams have moved their hunt westward from their the South China sea, the original area where Flight MH370 was believed to have gone down. Currently, investigators and search and rescue teams have shifted their attention towards the Indian Ocean and parts of Central Asia.
In the meantime Malaysia Airlines has retired the missing airliner’s flight number in respect for the missing 227 passengers and 12 crew members. As investigators continue to look into the disappearance of the missing Flight MH370, Malaysia Airlines has since replaced the flight number of the missing airliner with Flight MH318, which has taken over the flight route between Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Beijing, China.
Take a closer look into the journey of the passengers of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH318, which currently replaces Flight MH370 in the photos below.