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Malaysia declares MH370 an accident

Malaysia declares MH370 an accident

The Malaysian government has officially declared the disappearance of Malaysian Airline flight MH370 an accident and has said that there were no survivors. No trace of the Beijing-bound aircraft has been found since it disappeared on 8 March 2014. Officials said that the recovery operation is ongoing but that the 239 people onboard are now...

Malaysia Airlines website hacked by group

Malaysia Airlines website hacked by group

The official website of national carrier Malaysia Airlines was hacked on Monday by a group calling itself the "Official Cyber Caliphate". The website, www.malaysiaairlines.com, currently shows a photograph of a lizard in a top hat and tuxedo, surrounded by the messages '404 - Plane Not Found' and 'Hacked by Lizard Squad - Official Cyber...

AIRLINER TRAGEDIES

AIRLINER TRAGEDIES

MISSING MH370: Travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with veteran captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, with 18,365 flying hours to his name, Malaysia Airlines’ flight 370 vanished on March 8 with 239 people on board. Relatives of the missing passengers were left in angry and distraught as the largest search in aviation history slowly...

Indonesia alerted about floating MH370 wreckage

Indonesia alerted about floating MH370 wreckage

Indonesia has been alerted that wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 may wash up on the country's coastline, reports The Sydney Morning Herald. Floating debris from the aircraft, which disappeared in March with 239 people on board, may have drifted west away from the coastline of Australia and towards Indonesia. The Australian Transport...

Indian Ocean search for MH370 missing plane refined

Indian Ocean search for MH370 missing plane refined

Australia says the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will focus on the southern part of the search area in the Indian Ocean. Officials said further refinement of satellite data found the plane may have turned south earlier than thought. The announcement came as Australia and Malaysia signed an agreement on the search's...

Malaysia Airlines crew member accused of sexual harassment

Malaysia Airlines crew member accused of sexual harassment

Beleaguered Malaysia Airlines today admitted it is working with French authorities after one of its cabin crew members was accused of sexual harassment on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Paris, reports Travel Pulse. The alleged incident happened on August 4 on Flight MH 320. An Australian woman had expressed her fear of flying to...

Tragedy struck them twice

An Australian family has been struck by both Malaysia Airlines tragedies, losing two members of their extended family in the MH17 crash four months after another couple went missing on MH370. Maree and Albert Rizk, who were returning to Melbourne after a month-long holiday in Europe, died Thursday when MH17 came down in eastern Ukraine, Australian media reported. Maree's father is married to a member of a Queensland family which lost husband and wife Rodney and Mary Burrows on MH370 when...

Family who lost 2 members on MH370 loses 2 more on MH17

Family who lost 2 members on MH370 loses 2 more on MH17

An Australian family has tragically been hit by both Malaysia Airlines tragedies, having now lost four members through flight MH370's disappearance and flight MH17 being shot down over Ukraine. Irene and George Burrows, from Bileola, Queensland, were still mourning their son Rodney and his wife Mary after their plane vanished without a trace over...

New MH370 search area announced

New MH370 search area announced

A new search area for the missing Malaysian plane has been announced by the Malaysian government after further analysis of satellite data. The search will now shift south to focus on an area 1,800km (1,100 miles) off the west coast of Australia, Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss confirmed. Officials: Flight MH370 was flying on auto-pilot...

Mh370 Probe

Pilot named as 'chief suspect'

Malaysia's criminal investigation into the disappearance of flight MH370 has identified the plane's pilot as its prime suspect, it has been reported. While the official results of the inquiry are yet to be published, details have been passed on to foreign governments and crash investigators, according to the Sunday Times. They revealed that after detectives carried out 170 interviews and profiled all of the 239 people on board the Boeing 777 when it vanished on 8 March, Captain Zaharie Shah was...

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