SEPANG: Several Chinese family members of passengers on board the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370 have arrived in Malaysia, seeking more answers about why the plane's disappearance was declared an accident.
"All of them are really anxious to know what really happened and we hope that by coming here, they will be fully informed on the next course of action," said Kelly Wen, another family member.
According to Wen Wang Chen, 63, more next-of-kin are making their way to Malaysia to join the group.
On Jan 30, Department of Civil Aviation director-general Datuk Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, on behalf of the Malaysian Government, said that families members of those board MH370 can seek compensation after the disappearance had been declared as an accident, with all 239 passengers and crew presumed dead.
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