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MH370 isn't the only flight that's still missing

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22 March 2014

9:00 AM

22 March 2014

9:00 AM

Plane vanished

Some other planes, besides Flight MH370, which have disappeared without trace:
— A Boeing 727 cargo plane that was being prepared for a flight in Luana, Angola, on 25 May 2003. It took off without permission and when last seen was headed south-westwards over the Atlantic.
— An Antonov An-72 cargo plane with a crew of five on a flight from Port Bouet, Côte d’Ivoire to Rundu Airport, Namibia, on 22 December 1997.

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