No airlines would put passengers in danger to save fuel

The chief executive of International Air Transport Association (IATA) Tony Tyler stated that there were no airlines would put passengers in danger to save fuel. 

“Safety comes as high priority”, said Tyler.

He shares his deep condolence with the deceased on the board MH17, along with their families, relatives and friends.

On 17 July, 298 people, including 15 crew members on the board Flight MH17 died in the crash in eastern Ukraine. The plane flew from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur.

No one survived in this human tragedy. 

It was believed that the plane was shot down in the airspace of Ukraine by American officials. 

Many questions have been risen in doubting Malaysia Airlines’s decision to fly in the airspace of Ukraine.

Tyler explained that the airlines followed the suggested airspace advised by the governments and air traffic control authorities.

The civil aircraft MH17 was not the target to the military, approved by the governments in the Chicago Convention. 

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