KL to Beijing = 2700 miles straight-line distance.
Round that distance to 3,000, then add 20% for headwinds and air-traffic delays at destination.
So she was prolly loaded with fuel permitting a range of 3,600 miles or so...? A pro pilot could say more.
So their destination or a landing/re-fuel location is within 3,600 miles of KL.
THIS IS SO WEIRD!
Finally a real solution to the problem,
Malaysia recruits witch doctors to find missing Boeing passenger jet
Just an area 5X the size of the US.
Given the number of claims that have been made and later denied regarding this flight do we really know how much fuel it was carrying? It is certainly possible to load a 777 with enough for a much longer flight. Has anyone actually checked the records at KL and if they have, can those records be trusted? After the Malaysians had piously claimed they were checking all possibilities they are now denying searching the pilot and copilot's homes. If this was a planned crew-jacking, as now seems possible, might co-conspirator(s) in the ground crew have loaded more fuel than needed for the official flight plan? That might be the easiest lead to follow.