A family is suing Malaysia Airlines as well as the country’s government following the disappearance of flight MH370.
The case, brought by the sons of one of the missing passengers, alleges that the airline breached its contract by failing to deliver Jee Jing Hang to his destination.
“Our clients are after the truth. We have confidence in our judiciary system that this suit will be heard and dealt with fairly,” a statement by the family’s legal team said.
The suit was filed in the Malaysian courts on Friday according to Agence France-Presse.
The family are also suing the Malaysian government and three other agencies.
Flight MH370 disappeared in March with 239 on board.