Malaysia Airlines Passenger Jokes About Possible Plane Disappearance Just Hours Before Flight Crashes
Posted by DJ GQ on 7/18/2014 8:17:00 AM.
  After the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, it’s surprising that the airline was able to still book passengers. One passenger on today’s doomed flight actually joked about the plane possibly disappearing moments before he boarded.
 
 Via MailOnline:

A haunting photograph of flight MH17 is believed to have been posted on Facebook by a Dutch passenger just moments before he boarded the doomed plane.

The plane, pictured on tarmac, took off from Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport at lunchtime today. It was shot down hours later on the Russia-Ukraine border in an ‘act of terrorism’, killing all 295 people on board.

Cor Pan, who is listed on Facebook as living in Volendam in North Holland, uploaded the picture of the aircraft with the caption: ‘If it disappears, this is what it looks like.’

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The comment is believed to have been a reference to Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 which disappeared while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on 8 March.

After seeing the photo friends initially went along with the joke and wished him a good trip, but their messages quickly turned frantic when news of the crash emerged.

Posting underneath the picture they asked whether his flight was the one that had gone down and said that they were praying that it wasn’t true.

His cousin later posted the flight number underneath the picture and wrote: ‘Turns out our cousin Cor was on this plane.’

 

 

 

 

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