MH370: Malaysia Airlines chief says he's not decided if he will resign

KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia Airlines chief executive Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said he has not decided if he will resign over the case of MH370.

It is a personal decision, and will be taken later, he said, when asked if he will resign.

At a press briefing on Tuesday, Mr Ahmad Jauhari expressed his grief on the news that MH370 was confirmed crashed with no survivors.

"My heart breaks at the unimaginable pain suffered by all the families.

"We all feel enormous sorrow and pain that all who boarded MH370 on 8th of March will not see their families again," he said.

"We do not know why, we do not know how this terrible tragedy happened," he added.