Jonti Roos- Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 Co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid’s Hot friend

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In the midst of one of the most mysterious aircraft incidents, Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 vanished from radar almost four days ago in route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur, with 239 people on board.

Heartbroken family members and friends have come forward during the past days looking for answers. One of those is Jonti Roos, who revealed she spent an entire flight in 2011 in the cockpit being entertained by one of the pilots who was flying the missing Malaysian Airlines plane.

Jonty Roos has told A Current Affair of her friendship with Fariq Abdul Hamid, the first officer of Flight MH370 when she and a friend were invited into the cockpit during a flight in 2011. Let’s find out more about her.


Jonti Roos, who is who is currently living in Melbourne during a year-long stay in Australia, said she and a friend were waiting to board their flight from Phuket to Kuala Lumpur three years ago when two pilots plucked them out of the queue and asked them if they would like to ride in the cockpit.


‘When I realized that it was the exact same co-pilot… and that I had met him and been in the cockpit with him and have photos with him – that was quite shocking.’

‘When I saw all his friends and family posting on his [Facebook] wall my heart really broke for them and my heart broke for the family of the passengers. It’s just a really sad story.’

The pretty Australian, attended Hoërskool Kempton Park in Kempton Park, Gauteng,  graduating in 2010 and also the University of Pretoria in Pretoria, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Although she stated she does not want to suggest that Mr Hamid was incompetent and caused the crash in any way. She has lent scandal when she claimed that, co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid allowed she and her friend were seated in the cockpit during takeoff and landing and that the pilots even asked the girls to stay a few nights in Kuala Lumpur with them.

“Throughout the entire flight they were talking to us and they were actually smoking throughout the flight, which I don’t think they’re allowed to do,” Roos said.

“I know for the whole time they weren’t facing the front of the plane and actually flying.

Roos who is in a relationship with, boyfriend Nicholas De Fazio said she came forward with her information because ‘It seems like everybody’s completely in the dark and nobody has any information.’

You can find her on Facebook here.

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  1. farish Kamal says:

    Fake *&^&*&.. you look old than your age

  2. malaysian says:

    wrong time to told other.

  3. Liar. All those pic are fake.

  4. Let’s focus on those who are weeping and care for them with prayers.

    Read more: MISSING FLIGHT MH370: Be sincere in showing compassion – Letters to the Editor – New Straits Times

    MALAYSIANS and many around the world are individually and collectively sharing thoughts and prayers with those on board the missing plane and their anxious loved ones. Let us, in conveying our concern and hope, be truly conscious of the intense and profound apprehension and anguish among the loved ones of those on the aircraft. When we say they are in our prayers, let’s pray unceasingly with faith and compassion for that which we have committed ourselves to. The only time I came face-to-face with the aftermath of an air crash was in 1977 when Japan Airlines Flight 715 slammed into the side of a hill near Elmina Estate, Sungai Buloh, Selangor, close to where I worked at that time. It was a flight from Hong Kong to the then Subang International Airport. The aircraft broke on impact, but fortunately, it did not burst into flames. Twenty-six of the 69 passengers and eight of the 10 crew on board were killed.

    I visited the site three days after the accident and saw what remained of the aircraft.
    What struck me was the sight of a Chinese woman grieving, prostrate on the ground, some distance from the crash site, being consoled and helped by an Indian woman from the estate.
    She was a single mother who worked as a washerwoman and her eldest daughter was returning on that ill-fated flight from Japan where she had done a post-graduate course.
    The daughter was one of those killed.
    The woman had pinned all her hopes on that daughter to help her and her two other schoolgoing children.
    That hope was gone and she was inconsolable. What the Indian woman and her family did, I’ll never forget. From the day she arrived, they housed, fed and spoke lovingly, with great passion and patience, to the grieving woman, who had yet to go to the mortuary to identify her daughter’s body.
    A sudden disaster, loss or not knowing the fate of something that involves a loved one, creates distinct issues and problems for family members, besides the immense grief and agony. It leaves them dazed, heartbroken, devastated and vulnerable.
    Let’s be able to “weep with those who weep”, and may the thoughts and words we share and our prayers be ones that truly bring comfort, encouragement and strength to those in despair

  5. Absolute unnecessary & attention seeking. Why didn’t she lodge a complaint if she was so concerned. This piece of info is out or order at this point and can be extremely devastating to the victims of mh370., and when the co-pilot cannot defend himself. This woman should be ashamed of her action and so is the television programme which interviewed her.

  6. I think its TOTALLY relevant. At this point, nobody REALLY knows who these guys are, and any information sheds light on their character. People can be one way with close friends and family, and be another way with strangers. Look at people who murder others and their families who have said “I had no idea they were that way!”

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