Final social media posts from MH17 victims
Cor Pan, passenger, Dutch national
Mr Cor Panposted a spine-chilling update on his page prior to boarding MH17 (codeshare with KLM flight KL4103) from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur on Thursday (July 17) night.
Mr Pan, who referred to the disappearance of flight MH370 four months ago, posted a picture of the MH17 aircraft at a parking bay in Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam on his Facebook page before it met its tragic fate.
The post came paired with a caption in Dutch that read: "If the plane disappears, this is what it looks like."
The post was filled with comments from friends and family wishing them an enjoyable trip and reminding them to post pictures from their vacation.
Md Ali Md Salim, passenger, Malaysian national
Another passenger onboard the MH17 flight had posted on Instagram a video of from inside the plane just moments before departure.
According to the description on YouTube where the video was reposted, the passenger "Md Ali Md Salim or otherwise known as Halu Satonaka (@masa1777 on instagram) was on his way home to Malaysia from Amsterdam".
Md Ali Md Salim is among the 44 Malaysians who were reportedly onboard the doomed flight.
He captioned the video: "Bismillah... #hatiadasikitgentar (In the name of God... feeling a little bit nervous)".
It has been confirmed that all the cabin crew aboard MH17 were Malaysians, however, not all the passengers have been accounted for yet, says Huib Gorter, the vice president of Malaysian Airlines.
Shazana Salleh, crew member, Malaysian national
Crew member Shazana Salleh, 31, was joining in the World Cup spirit as she cheered Germany on prior to their final match against Argentina in Brazil last Sunday (13 July).
Her caption, written in German, translates to "one, two, three, four...woohoo!"
Angeline Premila, crew member, Malaysian national
Angeline Premila's last activity on Facebook was a change in profile picture earlier this month.
Friends on the 30-year-old's social media site had nothing but praises for the pretty stewardess.
Prior to that, the MAS crew member had dinner with a friend, who goes by the Facebook username Miyoko Masachika, in Auckland, New Zealand.
After Miss Miyoko Masachika learnt about the flight not making it back to Kuala Lumpur, Miss Masachika posted this on her page:
The death toll of 278 passengers, as of this afternoon, comprises 173 Dutch, 44 Malaysians, 28 Australians, 12 Indonesians, nine Britons, four Germans, four Belgians, three Filipinos, one Canadian and one New Zealander, according to the Malaysian Minister of Transport, Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.
The passenger manifest will be released once MAS have notified all the next of kin of those on board, a media statement confirms.