DAY 6 MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS • The State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense published satellite photos showing three floating objects in the area where the missing Malaysian plane might have crashed. • Premier Li Keqiang said at a news conference after the conclusion of China’s annual legislative session that China will not give up its efforts to find the missing Malaysia plane so long as there is a glimmer of hope. He also urged other countries to help locate the plane. • Out of respect for the passengers and crew of the missing plane, Malaysia Airlines’ flight designations MH370 and MH371 will be replaced by MH318 and MH319 for the route connecting Kuala Lumpur
to Beijing. • China’s Civil Aviation Administration proposed sending a team of experts to help search for the missing Malaysian plane. • Vietnamese searchers found no wreckage at the location where a Chinese satellite showed possible aircraft debris, Reuters reported. US investigators said they suspect that the missing plane stayed in the air for about four hours past the time it reached its last confirmed location, the Wall Street Journal reported. • The Malaysian government denied the Wall Street Journal report and said the last communication was at 1:07 am, as reported earlier.