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Event Summary

06:33:23 MYT Saturday, 8 March 2014

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Singapore ACC contacted KL ACC to check on updates re MH370.


Event Details

  1. Safety Investigation Report MH370/01/2018 Appendix 1.18G

    Direct Line Telephone Conversation Between Singapore ATCC and KL ATCC Sector 3 +5 Planner
    TimeSourceCONTENT
    2233:23 UTC
    (0633:23 MYT)
    KL ATCCLumpur Sector Three.
    2233:24 UTC
    [0633:24 MYT]
    Singapore ATCCOkay Lumpur is that just to check with you aaa, earlier on ah you guys call up regarding Malaysia Three Seven Zero no contact.
    2233:32 UTC
    [0633:32 MYT]
    KL ATCCYes.
    2233:34 UTC
    [0633:34 MYT]
    Singapore ATCCConfirm now the aircraft in contact with anybody already.
    2233:37 UTC
    [0633:37 MYT]
    KL ATCCAaa… I am not sure aaa… standby aaa…
    2233:40 UTC
    [0633:40 MYT]
    Singapore ATCCOkay.
    2233:43 UTC
    [0633:43 MYT]
    KL ATCCLumpur IGARI.
    2233:45 UTC
    [0633:45 MYT]
    Singapore ATCCOkay Lumpur just to check with you earlier on regarding Malaysian Three Seven Zero when you guys say no contact aah confirm in contact with anyone already.
    2233:54 UTC
    [0633:54 MYT]
    KL ATCCThis one aircraft actually passed IGARI at time one seven two two.
    2234:00 UTC
    [0634:00 MYT]
    Singapore ATCCPassed IGARI at time one seven two two ya.
    2234:04 UTC
    [0634:04 MYT]
    KL ATCCYeah so we after IGARI after IGARI we transferred this aircraft to Ho Chi Minh and then after about fourteen or fifteen minutes like that Ho Chi Minh called us you know Sector Five Lumpur Sector Five asking aaa… whether we in contact with this aircraft I told the we already transferred you fourteen or fifteen minutes ago.
    2234:26 UTC
    [0634:26 MYT]
    Singapore ATCCOh… but all the while until the full control you guys are in contact with the aircraft.
    2234:30 UTC
    [0634:30 MYT]
    KL ATCCNo problem yeah.
    2234:32 UTC
    [0634:32 MYT]
    Singapore ATCCOoh.
    2234:33 UTC
    [0634:33 MYT]
    KL ATCCWe transferred the aircraft at IGARI and then we thought the aircraft in contact with Ho Chi Minh but after fourteen to fifteen minutes they called us this aircraft never contact them and then they said they have a radar contact with this aircraft up until this BITOD position after BITOD only they said aircraft disappeared from their radar with no ADC everything cannot see the aircraft cannot contact the aircraft.
    2234:57 UTC
    [0634:57 MYT]
    Singapore ATCCOkay.
    2234:58 UTC
    [0634:58 MYT]
    KL ATCCAnd then aah that's all what we know laa.
    2235:00 UTC
    [0635:00 MYT]
    Singapore ATCCOkay that's all what you know laa okay thanks.
    2235:03 UTC
    [0635:03 MYT]
    KL ATCCOkay.
    interruption
    End of Direct Line Telephone Conversation Between Singapore ATCC and KL ATCC Sector 3 +5 Planner




Notes

  1. Safety Investigation Report MH370/01/2018 Table 2.2G - Direct Line Communication Exchanges between KL ACC and Singapore ACC has only one entry - at 0509:13 MYT.
    There are two other conversations between Singapore ACC and KL ACC which were not included in Table 2.2G, as shown below:-

    No. Time [MYT] Direct-Line Communication Exchanges
    1. 0509:13 -
    0511:27
    Singapore ACC initiated the call and informed that it was first alerted by Hong Kong ACC who had made enquiries to ascertain the status of MH370.
    KL ACC confirmed that it was in contact with MH370 until transferred at IGARI and that MAS on the ground had also no contact with MH370.

    Table 2.2G - Direct Line Communication Exchanges between KL ACC and Singapore ACC
    Source: Safety Investigation Report MH370/01/2018

    Note: The following events were not included in Table 2.2G.

    No. Time [MYT] Direct-Line Communication Exchanges
    2. 0633:23 -
    0635:03
    Singapore ACC contacted KL ACC to check on updates re MH370.
    3. 0650:22 -
    0654:10
    Singapore ACC Watch Manager contacted KL ACC and asked to speak with the Supervisor, but was told he was busy at that time.

    Singapore ACC advised that Hong Kong "just sent a AFTN to Singapore to help check they have sent out a detresfa." This was clarified when Singapore said that "I have a detresfa AFTN message sent by WMFC" and KL ACC said "WMFC is from us".

    Singapore ACC also attempted to clarify whether there was positive radio and radar contact (after IGARI). KL ACC advised he would call back later because the Supervisor was "taking the playback tape now".