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Flight MH370

Missing MH370: 'Ping area' ruled out

Missing MH370: 'Ping area' ruled out

The area where acoustic signals thought linked to the missing Malaysian plane were detected can now be ruled out as the final resting place of flight MH370, Australian officials say. The Bluefin-21 submersible robot had finished its search of the area and found nothing, they said. Efforts would now focus on reviewing search data, surveying...

Search for MH370 heads to site of first 'ping'

Search for MH370 heads to site of first 'ping'

An Australian naval vessel carrying an underwater drone involved in the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 left port on Saturday on its second mission to scan part of the Indian Ocean where the longest sonar "ping" was heard over a month ago. The Ocean Shield is heading to the area where a signal...

MH370 search

The investigation into the fate of Flight MH370 has been muddied by five weeks of frenzied speculation, none of which has helped the search mission Science and data analysis is slowly but surely leading us to the final resting place of Flight MH370. Meanwhile, five weeks of speculation and conspiracy theories have been worse than useless in the quest to find the missing airliner. The last "ping" from the black-box flight recorder was detected last Tuesday as its battery ran down....

First sub search for plane cut short

First sub search for plane cut short

A robotic submarine deployed to search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in the southern Indian Ocean has had its first mission cut short. The Bluefin-21 was sent to search the sea floor for wreckage after signals believed to be consistent with "black box" flight recorders were detected. But the drone exceeded its operating limit...

Malaysia says MH370 crashed in Indian Ocean

Malaysia says MH370 crashed in Indian Ocean

The Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared over two weeks ago crashed in the southern Indian Ocean, Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Monday. New satellite analysis from Britain had shown that Flight MH370, with 239 people on board, was last seen in the middle of the Indian Ocean west of Perth, Australia, he said...

  

Flight370 Mystery

Search spans Asia

An international land and sea search for a missing Malaysian jetliner is covering an area the size of Australia, authorities said yesterday, but police and intelligence agencies have yet to establish a clear motive to explain its disappearance. Investigators are convinced that someone with deep knowledge of the Boeing 777-200ER and commercial navigation diverted Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, carrying 12 crew and 227 mainly Chinese passengers, perhaps thousands of miles off its scheduled course from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. But intensive...

Missing jet most likely in southern Indian Ocean: Source

Missing jet most likely in southern Indian Ocean: Source

Investigators probing the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner with 239 people on board believe it most likely flew into the southern Indian Ocean, a source close to the investigation said on Wednesday. No wreckage has been found from Flight MH370, which vanished from air traffic control screens off Malaysia's east coast at 1:21am...

Indian Ocean search for missing jet

Indian Ocean search for missing jet

The US has sent surveillance teams to the Indian Ocean to help search for the missing Malaysian plane, after claims emerged that it may have flown for longer than investigators had thought. Unnamed officials said the plane sent signals to satellites for up to five hours after its apparent disappearance. However, investigators stressed that the...

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...

Missing plane 'changed route, flew to west coast'

Missing plane 'changed route, flew to west coast'

Malaysia's military believes a jetliner missing for almost four days turned and flew hundreds of kilometres to the west after it last made contact with civilian air traffic control off the country's east coast, a senior officer told Reuters yesterday. In one of the most baffling mysteries in recent aviation history, a massive search...

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