Malaysia Airlines releases MH17 cargo manifest

There is no indication that any of the cargo could have caused a catastrophic failure of the aircraft, lending credence to the theory that it was shot down with a missile.


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Malaysia Airlines has released the cargo manifest and air waybill for its flight MH17, the B777-200 extended range aircraft that crashed in eastern Ukraine on 17 July. There is no indication that any of the cargo could have caused a catastrophic failure of the aircraft, lending credence to the theory that it was shot down with a missile. 

The cargo included animals, with two dogs, birds, pigeons and chickens; TNT Express and DHL Global Forwarding courier goods; aircraft and helicopter parts; medicines and cut flowers, which needed to be temperature controlled; a frequency response analyser; filters; horticultural products; oil well equipment; textiles and diplomatic mail.