1. Various of passengers waiting to check in for Malaysia Airlines flights
2. Screens showing bag drop information
3. Passengers waiting to check in
4. Wide of departures hall
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Adham Qalid, pilot of Malaysia Airlines:
"All the flights have been done by the flight plan and it has been approved by authorised bodies. So, actually, it's legally, it is well legal within our flight plan, planning-wise. So there is nothing illegal about it."
6. Various of passengers
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Kevin Squire, passenger to Brisbane, Australia:
"Well, it's just poor and it's murder. It's absolute murder. I don't know why the plane was flying over Donetsk, to start with. And I'm just appalled that it's happened. How many women and children are going to keep being killed? And they have been killed in Ukraine, they've been killed in Palestine. You know so it's just murder."
8. Various of Malaysia Airlines planes on tarmac, as filmed through airport window
Passengers continued to check in for Malaysia Airlines flights out of Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Saturday, two days after the state-owned company was hit by a second disaster in quick succession.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was downed over eastern Ukraine on Thursday with 298 people aboard by what US intelligence authorities believe was a surface-to-air missile.
Just four months earlier, a Malaysia Airlines jetliner carrying 239 people disappeared about an hour after taking off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Adham Qalid, a Malaysian Airlines pilot at Kuala Lumpur airport said that he believed that the plane flew according to the flight plan which was "approved by the authorised bodies".
Passengers getting on a Malaysia Airlines flight to Brisbane showed little concern about their trip on Saturday but did express outrage at the attack.
"Well, it's just poor and it's murder. It's absolute murder," said passenger Kevin Squire.
The accident also killed a group of AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) experts heading to Australia for an international AIDS conference.
The International Civil Aviation Organisation said in a news release on Friday night that it would send a team to Ukraine at the request of the Ukrainian government to assist in the official investigation into the downed plane.