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On Mar 18th 2014 Thailand's Air Force reported that they did pick up a primary target of an airliner on Mar 8th once that departed Kuala Lumpur towards Vietnam, however, had no subsequent contact with such a target. The information has been passed on to Malaysia. The Air Marshal stated that media reports in Thailand referring to the Air Forces' chief claiming, the air forces' primary radar at Surat Thani had tracked an aircraft departing from Malaysia, turning around and passing Butterworth (Malaysia) were inaccurate. The Marshal added, that had the aircraft been tracked in Thailand's airspace, the Air Force would have responded, and an information would have been provided to Malaysia. On Mar 19th 2014 the Marshal told Malaysia's Authorities, that an intermittent signal of an airliner was picked up at 01:28L as it headed towards Kuala Lumpur from the South China Sea, turned right towards Butterworth (Malaysia) and was lost from radar. That signal was only detected after specific request by Malaysia, the signal was never observed within Thailand's airspace.