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Missing MH370: Final 54 minutes of communication "perfectly routine", say analysts

SINGAPORE: A purported transcript of the final 54 minutes of communication with the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 appears "perfectly routine", say analysts.

According to The Telegraph, the transcript contains exchanges between copilot Fariq Abdul Hamid and air traffic controllers from before the flight took off until the final transmission.

It includes communications believed to be the last words of the 27-year-old co-pilot: "All right, good night".

According to reports, nothing in the purported transcript suggests that anything unusual or untoward occurred before communications with the Boeing 777 ended.

The Straits Time/ANN

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