Wife of steward on-board missing MH370 flight shares memories of late husband

The mysterious disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, which vanished in 2014, still brings heartbreak to the families of those who were on-board the doomed flight.

And one woman – who was married to a member of the cabin crew – has taken to TikTok to talk about her late husband.

Posing under the usermane ntanmaizuraothaman, she posted videos and photos of the man, called Intan, who had been a steward for the company for 13 years – he was one of the 239 passengers and crew members who went missing.

She wrote: “I wish I had a chance to say goodbye.

“See you when I see you, I will always love you.”

The video has been watched more than 375,000 times, and has been hearted over 27,000 times.

The comments section is flooded with well-wishers.

Seetha Prasanna wrote: “I still believe they are safe somewhere, and one day they will be back.”

And Dhinisha posted: “No words can comfort you.

“Stay strong, sis.”

Adriana Thomas wrote: “You are the real hero…its not easy but I believe you are the stronger person.”

The heartfelt message comes in the same week an aviation expert from Germany claimed that the the passengers of the still-missing MH370 flight, which disappeared over the Indian Ocean, may have been taken hostage before the crash, an expert has claimed.

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British engineer Richard Godfrey, 71, has been using brand new tracking tech to try to find the aircraft.

And he believes he has found the Boeing 777, belonging to Malaysian Airlines, around 1,200 miles west of Perth, Australia.

Having studied the plane, and the scant details of what happened on the day it went missing, he believes that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah had “political motive”.

He also claimed that some details are been kept a secret by Malaysian leaders.

The pilot was known to be friend of Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, who was sentenced to five years in jail on sodomy charges the day before the flight.

Referencing a 22-minute holding pattern which has baffled aviation experts the entire time, he said: “My current view is that the captain hijacked and diverted his own plane.”

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