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Flight MH370 Disaster

Malaysian family sues airlines

A Malaysian family yesterday sued the government and beleaguered national carrier for negligence in the mysterious disappearance of flight MH370, in what is believed to be the first lawsuit filed over the disaster. The suit was filed by lawyers on behalf of the two underage sons of Jee Jing Hang, who was on board the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight. Gary Chong, a lawyer for Jee's relatives, said the suit was filed in a Malaysian court on Friday. The family is suing Malaysia...

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...

Malaysia airlines flight has autopilot defect

Malaysia airlines flight has autopilot defect

A Malaysia Airlines flight to India returned to Kuala Lumpur early Sunday due to an autopilot defect shortly after takeoff. The captain turned back as a precaution and the defect didn't affect the safety of the aircraft or passengers, the airline said. The Boeing 738 plane, which had been heading to Hyderabad, landed safely at...

Dutch to publish first MH17 report

Dutch to publish first MH17 report

Dutch experts are due to publish the first report into what caused the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 to crash in eastern Ukraine in July. The Dutch Safety Board is leading an international probe to try to piece together evidence on what happened. All 298 people on board, most of them from the Netherlands, died when...

Numerous objects hit MH17: Dutch experts

Numerous objects hit MH17: Dutch experts

Dutch experts say Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 broke up in mid-air after being hit by "objects" that "pierced the plane at high velocity" in July. The new report also said there was "no evidence of technical or human error". Correspondents say this matches claims that MH17 was hit by missile shrapnel. Investigators relied on cockpit data,...

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...

After disasters, stricken Malaysia Airlines staff brace for job cuts

After disasters, stricken Malaysia Airlines staff brace for job cuts

As bodies from downed Flight MH17 were brought home last week, a group of Malaysia Airlines flight attendants, in black mourning headscarves contrasting with their pink and turquoise uniforms, sobbed and clung to each other in grief. The 19,500 staff of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) now face a new ordeal - a quarter of them...

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...

Malaysia Airlines: State fund proposes takeover

Malaysia Airlines: State fund proposes takeover

Malaysia's state investment firm Khazanah Nasional has proposed a "complete overhaul" of troubled national carrier Malaysia Airlines. Khazanah wants to buy the shares it does not already own in Malaysia Airlines and delist the carrier. Today, Khazanah proposed to take full ownership and delist Malaysia Airlines. Read the release and our statement here http://t.co/lAbYDgrx9j — Malaysia...

What happened? The day Flight 17 was downed

What happened? The day Flight 17 was downed

It was lunchtime when a tracked launcher with four SA-11 surface-to-air missiles rolled into town and parked on Karapetyan Street. Fifteen hundred miles (2,400 kilometers) to the west, passengers were checking in for Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. It had been a noisy day in this eastern Ukrainian town, residents recounted. Plenty of military equipment...

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