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Transcript of communications between Flight MH370 cockpit and Kuala Lumpur air traffic control

The Malaysian government released the two-page transcript on Tuesday, April 1, and also revised the final words spoken by someone in the cockpit of the missing jetliner from 'All right, good night,' to 'Good night Malaysian three-seven-zero.' Read it below:

Page 2 of the full transcript of communications between flight MH370 and Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control released by the Malaysian defense minister on Tuesday, April 1, 2014.

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kdpitts1955jeanette April 01 2014 at 10:24 AM

Not much to say, since no one seem to know what happen to the airplane and people. Just pray for all those on the plane and the families left behind, for God grace and guidance as they deal with a bad situation. Hope we will one day know what happen, where families will have some closure in their life.

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privtutr38 April 01 2014 at 11:59 PM

IT REMAINS SHROWDED IN MYSTERY ...we only know that 248 innocrent people went involuntarily to an early death, the 249 th is the criminal.

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goofballgrammie April 01 2014 at 10:48 PM

God bless the families..

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Blackbird Cycles April 02 2014 at 4:56 PM

ATC said "good night" first and Malaysian said it back to him. SIMPLE AS THAT. Do you not comprehend normal conversation? Geez people get your heads out of your asses.

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English not Span April 01 2014 at 7:09 PM

My money is on a hijacking and crash on land. I don't know what the Malaysian government thinks it's gaining by being cagey. Maybe it's a "saving face" thing. Is the Kazakstan airport not busy enough for a large jet to land unnoticed?

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bmitche English not Span April 01 2014 at 8:38 PM

I think if it had crashed on land, it would have been found by now.

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azurmendi April 01 2014 at 4:04 PM

reaching 35000 something in the plane occurred......could it have been some kind of detonation set to be off at 35000 feet? maybe not smoke but fumes envolved the cockpit and cabin. First reaction from pilots to put off electronics , descend and put plane on autopilot.

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s3adrvr April 01 2014 at 1:08 PM

As a US Navy pilot for years -- all the lingo with Malaysian 370 and ATC brings back a lot of fond memories and has not changed at all. God knows where that aircraft is? It's hard to hide an aircraft that large.

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PAULIE s3adrvr April 01 2014 at 6:08 PM

B I N G O

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ruddoc April 03 2014 at 12:22 AM

At this point everything should be viewed with skepticism. I mean seriously a whole country and a whole airline corporation cannot be run by total idiots.

There is something sinister that has happened or going to happen. I'm not at all paranoid or given to conspiracies, but frankly at this point even if they find some wreckage how would we ever know if it's was real or planted.

Dropping some jet parts in the water with the planes serial number reproduced is child's play for any intelligence agency. Come on folks we have optics on our satellites that can read a license plate from 110 miles in the sky. You think with all the satellites flying around with high grade optics , infra red cameras, and thousands of submarine tracking buoys, that nothing has shown up?

This plane is hiding somewhere. It's a big plane but it's a large planet, and all you need is a half a dozen co- conspirators in the right place to ignore an incoming vector and erase the tape and the plane is landed and hidden. Unfortunately I fear for the lives of the passengers regardless of where the plane is. My heartfelt condolences to these poor people.

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Fiery1wf April 02 2014 at 4:00 AM

ok Ive heard so far they found the plane they didnt find the plane they found the plane Im lost. Sure they werent hi jacked. Crazy in a world they supposely have so much tec. I feel so bad for the families.

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gabarra333 Fiery1wf April 02 2014 at 1:28 PM

Here's your comment after it's been corrected.

Ok, I've heard so far they found the plane they didn't find the plane they found the plane I'm lost. Sure they weren't hijacked. Crazy in a world where there's supposedly so much high tech. I feel so bad for the families.

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abcstarfoxstil gabarra333 April 02 2014 at 11:23 PM

gabarra....
Give your ego a rest.

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nawtalma gabarra333 April 03 2014 at 12:03 AM

Grammar Police, I believe you are missing several commas in the the first sentence. Also, the sentence should end at the word plane." I'm lost" is a sentence by itself.

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shad182 April 01 2014 at 11:57 AM

Things that make you go......... hmmmm.

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Sanibelady shad182 April 03 2014 at 2:40 AM

N.Korea is about the same distance as Beijing from take-off. Conspiracies with several of the countries
enroute?? Perhaps the plane has already been repainted and is being refitted to serve as a bomb
delivery system. I know, a very creepy thought.....but how much do we know about what is or isn't in
N.Korea? Or even Viet Nam?

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