Malaysian authorities have issued a new version of the last communication between air traffic control and the cockpit of the missing flight MH370.
The last words spoken were “Good night Malaysian three seven zero” – and not “all right, good night” as reported.
The transport ministry said forensic investigations would determine whether the pilot or co-pilot spoke the words.
The plane, carrying 239 people, was travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it disappeared on 8 March.
The plane’s last contact took place at 01:19 Malaysian time.
The correction almost four weeks after Flight MH370 vanished was made as Malaysian authorities face heavy criticism, particularly from China, for mismanaging the search and holding back information.