South China Sea: Now Another Bermuda Triangle?

A file picture of an Air China aircraft. Passengers on the flight that turned back resumed their journey on another airliner, according to a civil aviation website report. Photo: EPA Before people and governments start trading blames on political forces in and around the South China Sea, it's wise to verify if the world now has another Bermuda Triangle. Chinese airliner was forced to change it's flight course and return to Shanghai after the satellite communications system developed faults while it hovered around South China Sea.  The said Air China flight was going from Shanghai to Melbourne, Australia. 

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After the plane returned to Shanghai, the nervous passengers were transferred to another flight so the faulty aircraft could be repaired.

Thank goodness that another MH370 tragedy was avoided.

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