There is still no sign of the Boeing 777 that disappeared from radar carrying 239 people early this morning, Malaysia Airlines officials has said during a news conference in Beijing.
"We are not hiding anything. Information that comes through we have actually transposed to you guys as well," said Ignatius Ong, the Chief Executive Officer of Firefly, a Malaysia Airlines subsidiary.
Ong arrived in Beijing with a team of 93 counsellors, most of them Mandarin speakers, that will provide psychological support to the relatives of the passengers.
A mother has described her frustration as she waits for answers on the fate of her missing son who is on board the missing Malaysia plane.
Malaysia's military believes a jetliner missing for almost four days turned and flew hundreds of kilometres to the west.
The wife of a passenger travelling on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight has spoken of her struggle to cope as she waits for news.