The eldest daughter of Malaysia Airlines lost her last conversation with her father
Aisha, the daughter of the captain of the missing Malaysian airliner, is with her father. She recalled the last conversation with her father, saying that she hardly knew the man who had loved her.
Malaysia Airlines lost contact with the captain’s son (middle), daughter Aisha and the captain’s wife. The captain's son insisted that he knew his father and thought he would not hijack the plane.
According to a report from the British Daily Mail on March 3, the daughter of the captain of Malaysia Airlines’ lost passenger jet, Aisha Zahari, recently revealed that her parents are about to divorce and that her father’s mental state several weeks before flying MH29 It's not good, upset, taciturn, and refuse to participate in some marriage counseling courses.
Aisha, 28, said that the last time she talked with her father, she felt almost unaware of the man who had loved her. “She is not the father I know. He seems to be upset and immersed in his own world.”
The captain and his wife will end their nearly 30-year marriage. His wife also told investigators that the captain had not spoken to her for several weeks, deliberately avoiding his family, and stayed alone in a room with a flight simulator for several hours.
Daughter Aisha and her boyfriend studied together at the Islamic University of Malaysia before moving to Melbourne: