Families of MH370 victims call for new probe and compensation

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Families of MH370 victims call for new probe and compensation
Families of MH370 victims call for new probe and compensation

Relatives of Chinese passengers who lost their lives in the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 almost a decade ago are urging for a fresh investigation.

The Beijing court has initiated hearings for their latest appeal for compensation against Malaysia Airlines, Boeing, Rolls Royce, and Allianz insurance group.

The flight vanished on March 8, 2014, with 239 people on board, mostly from China. Over 40 families have filed lawsuits, focusing on compensation and uncovering the truth behind the incident.

A large-scale search operation in the Indian Ocean, the most extensive in aviation history, yielded only a few debris pieces, leading to its suspension in January 2017.

Families are now appealing for a new search on a “No find, No fee” basis and seek effective communication with the Malaysian government for collaboration.

The Chinese court hearings are an emotional occasion for the families, who share their stories and demand the resumption of the search and investigation.

The families had previously reached settlements with the defendants, while others seek compensation and moral damages through civil claims.

The Chinese government emphasizes the importance of ongoing efforts into solving the MH370 mystery.

The disappearance remains an unsolved aviation tragedy with various theories surrounding the incident, including the possibility of pilot involvement.

The families hope that legal relief will be achieved soon after enduring a challenging decade of uncertainty.