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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370

Sea bed scans for MH370 may end in days

Sea bed scans for MH370 may end in days

The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 entered its 44th day on Sunday as Australian search officials said a crucial series of sonar scans of the Indian Ocean floor could be completed within a week. The air, surface and underwater search is now focused on footage taken by a US Navy deep sea...

MH370 search resumes with underwater scan aid

MH370 search resumes with underwater scan aid

A massive hunt for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane resumed today, on the 28th day, with newly mobilised underwater search effort. Up to 10 military planes, three civil jets and 11 ships will join the search for flight MH370, reports the Star, a Malaysian English daily, quoting China's Xinhua news agency. Australian navy vessel Ocean...

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...

MH370 search pivots north on new data

A multinational fleet of planes and ships raced to a fresh search zone yesterday after a "credible new lead" that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was flying faster than first thought before it plunged into the remote Indian Ocean. Ten aircraft from six countries -- Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and the United States -- diverted to an area 1,100 kilometres northeast of where they have been looking for a week, far off western Australia. Late yesterday, the Australian Maritime...

Missing jet captain's mystery call surfaces again

Missing jet captain's mystery call surfaces again

The captain of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 received a two-minute call shortly before take-off from a mystery woman using a mobile phone number obtained under a false identity, as investigators question the pilot's estranged wife, a British newspaper reported. It was one of the last calls made to or from the mobile phone...

Pallet, belts spotted in Australia hunt for missing jet

Pallet, belts spotted in Australia hunt for missing jet

Australian officials today said that a wooden cargo pallet along with belts or straps have been spotted in the remote Indian Ocean by one of the aircraft deployed in the hunt for a missing Malaysian jet, USE newspaper The National reports. The objects were seen by a civilian aircraft assisting in the search for...

Fire scenario on jet extremely unlikely: Expert

Fire scenario on jet extremely unlikely: Expert

An aviation consulting company has said that a fire on board the missing MH370 plane can’t be ruled out totally but it was an extremely unlikely scenario. Scott Hamilton, the managing director of Leeham Co pointed that in almost all the cases where fires caused crashes, the pilots would have radioed in about the...

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Radar hits of 'significant' size registered in search area

Radar hits of 'significant' size registered in search area

A flight crew scouring the southern Indian Ocean for a missing Malaysia Airlines plane says they are getting radar hits of "significant size", indicating something lurking below the water's surface, ABC News reported. ABC News' David Wright, on board the US Navy P-8 Poseidon, said the crew told him the radar indicated "there is...

  

Investigations into missing jet appear stalled

Investigations into missing jet appear stalled

Investigations into the mystery of the missing Malaysian jet appeared to be at a deadlock on Wednesday, with an exhaustive background search of the passengers and crew showing nothing untoward and no sign that the plane could be quickly found. Eleven days have passed since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 went missing, and 26 nations...

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...

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