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Disappearance Of MH370

Possible new signal in search of missing Malaysian MH370

Possible new signal in search of missing Malaysian MH370

A plane searching for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has detected a possible new signal in the southern Indian Ocean, Australian officials say. An Australian P-3 Orion aircraft picked up the signal in the same area where an Australian vessel detected audio pings earlier this week, officials said. The signal would require further analysis, but...

MH370 searchers 'picks up signal'

MH370 searchers 'picks up signal'

A Chinese ship searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in the southern Indian Ocean has picked up a pulse signal, Chinese media say. They say the signal has a frequency of 37.5kHz per second - the same as those emitted by the flight recorders. However there is no evidence so far that it is...

Underwater search begins for MH370

Underwater search begins for MH370

Search teams have begun using a towed pinger locator to hunt for the black box of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Two ships with locator capabilities are searching a 240km (150 mile) underwater path, in the hope of recovering the plane's data recorder. Up to 14 planes and nine ships were due to take part...

Objects seen in MH370 search are fishing equipment

Objects seen in MH370 search are fishing equipment

A cluster of orange objects spotted by a search plane was just fishing equipment and not related to the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, officials said Monday, in the latest disappointment in the three-week hunt that Australia's prime minister said will continue indefinitely. The crew of an Australian P-3 Orion saw at least four orange...

Flight MH370

122 new objects spotted: Malaysia minister

122 new objects spotted: Malaysia minister

A further 122 objects potentially from missing Malaysian flight have been identified by satellite, Malaysia's acting transport minister has said. The images, taken on 23 March, showed objects up to 23m (75 ft) in length, Hishammuddin Hussein said. Some of the objects captured by France-based Airbus appeared bright and were possibly of solid material. Flight MH370...

Malaysia Airlines liable to pay millions in damages

Malaysia Airlines liable to pay millions in damages

Family members could claim as much as USD 175,000 for every passenger aboard MH370 even if the Malaysia Airlines jet is not located, a Bloomberg report says. "The disappearance of Flight 370 remains a mystery. The legal claims against Malaysia Airlines - those are not a mystery," Robert Hedrick, a pilot and air-disaster lawyer...

Strongest lead to missing plane raises tide of questions

Strongest lead to missing plane raises tide of questions

The discovery of debris suspected to be from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is the strongest lead yet in the search for the missing aircraft, yet raises many questions that beg to be answered. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority's (Amsa) John Young made the announcement on Thursday, saying they had satellite imagery of debris...

Plane not sighted over Maldives: Malaysian minister

Plane not sighted over Maldives: Malaysian minister

Malaysian Airlines jet MH370 was not seen over the Maldives, said acting Transport Minister Hishamuddin Hussein. Speaking at a press conference at the Sama-Sama hotel here, Hishamuddin said the confirmation was made by top-level armed forces personnel in both countries. "Regarding reports that the plane was sighted in the Maldives, I can confirm that the...

Missing jet: cops looking into pilot suicide

Missing jet: cops looking into pilot suicide

Police are looking into possible pilot suicide in their investigation into missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, says Malaysian acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein. Speaking at a press conference at the Sama-Sama Hotel here, Hishammuddin said the police were investigating the possibility, reports Malaysian daily The Star. However, he declined to say whether any...

Disappearance of MH370: An inexplicable reality

MYSTERY and uncertainty are intensifying over the disappearance last Saturday of the Malaysian airlines flight MH370 Boeing 777 carrying 239 passengers and crew aboard. The Boeing 777 is known to be one of the safest and most popular passenger jets of our time. What could have happened to this huge jet airliner weighing 316,800 pounds (143 tons) and able to carry another 340,000 pounds (155 tons) of passengers, luggage, cargo and fuel? Speculations and rumours surrounding the baffling disappearance of...

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