In Malaysia they are investigating the identities of at least two other passengers in the disappeared plane of Malaysia Airlines, besides the two that would have addressed using stolen Passports
Although the company reported the plane as "missing" , aircraft of the Vietnamese air force spotted two large slicks in the area where contact with Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 lost and feel that is an indication that the unit carrying 239 people on board crashed.
"Two of our aircraft detected two streams of fuel along about 15 to 20 kilometers and 500 meters parallel to each other," said live on public TV General Vo Van Tuan from Vietnamese Navy.
Just need to reach the boats sent to the scene and confirmed the worst suspicions.
The CEO of Malaysia Airlines, Ahmad Jauhari Yahya, said there were indications that the pilot had issued a warning signal, indicating that what happened must have been instantaneous and catastrophic.
Investigating whether it was an attack:
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said they did not rule out any possibility.
Malaysian authorities are investigating the identities of at least two other passengers in the disappeared plane of Malaysia Airlines, besides the two that would have addressed using stolen passports, a security official said.
Investigators were checking identities with important embassies in Malaysia, said the official, who asked not to be identified
Passengers whose identities were being checked had bought their tickets through China Southern Airlines, the official said.
The passenger list issued by the airline included two European - Austrian Christian Kozel and Italian Luigi Maraldi - who, according to their respective foreign ministries do not actually traveling in the aircraft.
A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry in Vienna, said: "Our embassy was informed that there was an Austrian on board, as the passenger list of Malaysia Airlines But our system indicated that it was a stolen passport.".
The Austrian police had found the man safe at home. The passport was stolen two years ago while traveling in Thailand, said the spokesman.
The Foreign Ministry in Rome said there was no italian citizen on the plane, although the Maraldi name on the list. His mother, Renata Lucchi, told Reuters he had lost his passport in Thailand in 2013 and presumably was stolen
traducción: Belén Zapata