1. Kuala Lumpur International Airport departure hall
2. Line of passengers waiting to check in for Malaysia Airlines flights
3. Close and pull focus of line of passengers
4. Various of passengers at Malaysia Airlines counter
5. Tilt up of Jo Boehler, passenger from England looking at departures board
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Jo Boehler, passenger from England waiting to check in for Malaysia Airlines flight to London:
"It is worrying, but I think it was a case of mistaken identity. I think it is sad for Malaysia Airlines that they have lost two airplanes this year, but you know, we have to get on with life, don't we? We just have to carry on, we can't let the terrorists win."
7. Set up of Mr. Sze, Kuala Lumpur resident, accompanying his daughter about to fly to Brisbane, Australia, for her studies
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Mr. Sze, first name not given, Kuala Lumpur resident:
"I think it will be solved eventually. International pressure will be there to make sure that this whole thing can be solved in a proper way."
9. Low angle of passengers' feet walking at airport
Three days after a Malaysia Airlines jet headed to the country's capital was shot down over rebel-held eastern Ukraine, it was business as usual on Sunday at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Lines of passengers stretched over several meters (yards) at the Malaysia Airlines counter.
Jo Boehler, an English passenger waiting for her flight back to London, said the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 "was a case of mistaken identity."
She also added that people should carry on flying.
Another traveller, Mr. Sze, who was accompanying his daughter about to fly to Brisbane, Australia, for her studies, said he believes that with international help the investigation into the downing will be conducted "in a proper way."
Meanwhile in Ukraine, international monitors moved gingerly on Saturday through fields reeking of the decomposing corpses that fell from the Malaysian airliner, trying to secure the sprawling site in hopes that a credible investigation can be conducted.
But before inspectors ever reach the scene, doubts arose about whether evidence was being compromised.
The Ukrainian government and separatist rebels accuse each other of firing a surface-to-air missile at the Boeing 777 with almost 300 people aboard.
Many see the hand of Russia, either for its suspected support of the insurgents or perhaps for firing the missile itself.
The jet flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur carried 298 passengers and crew from 13 countries.