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09 December 2015 02:29:18
STILL puzzled by the mystery of missing flight MH370, Malaysian airport authorities now have the opposite problem: three Boeing 747 planes left unclaimed at the country’s main airport. The operators of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) have placed a bizarre advertisement in a Malaysian newspaper seeking the owners of three 747-200F aircraft apparently abandoned there. Classification: News Asia
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08 December 2015 23:25:05 WN.com - Asia News
The mystery of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 remains unsolved, but authorities at the country’s main airport have a new puzzle that needs to be worked out: three jets have been left on the tarmac, and no one appears to be rushing to claim them. ......
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03 December 2015 09:36:30 WN.com - World News
CANBERRA - Australian authorities said that new evidence confirms they are searching in the right place for the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370, which disappeared on March 8 last year. Three ... ......
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31 July 2015 16:58:03 WN.com - Asia News
News, Analysis and Service from Germany and Europe - in 30 Languages Malaysian authorities have confirmed plane parts that washed up on an island in the Indian Ocean are from a Boeing 777. Officials are confident the wreckage is from missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. ......
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30 July 2015 15:23:43 Morocco World News
Rabat - It’s been nearly 17 months since aircraft MH370 disappeared, but the recent discovery of a wing section washed up on the French island of Réunion in the Indian Ocean offers yet another piece of hope that one day the mystery will be solved, officials saying the debris is “almost certainly” from a Boeing 777. MH370 is the only unaccounted-for 777 in the world since it went missing on March 8, 2014, after taking off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, en route to Beijing with 239 passengers on board. Malaysia’s deputy transport minister, Abdul Aziz Kaprawi, has said that while the debris likely belongs to a Boeing 777, it is not yet confirmed to be from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Kaprawi said it would take about two days to verify if the debris belongs to MH370. Malaysia has sent a team to Réunion to examine the debris, which appears to be a flaperon, a two meter-long part on the rear edge of the wing. Warren Truss, Australia’s deputy prime minister, said the flaperon discovery was being treated as a “major lead” in the continuing hunt for MH370. According to Truss, the Réunion islands are a long way from the search area, but the location is consistent with work that was done to identify the current search area. A discovery of wreckage of MH370 “would not be inconsistent” with current predictions, he said. “This obviously is a very important development and if it is indeed wreckage from MH370, it starts to provide some closure for the families of the people on board,” Truss said. The discovery of the debris is the most notable lead in the mystery in a long time, however relatives of the passengers are hesitant to believe the news and regain hope. Relatives of many of the 153 Chinese passengers of MH370 said they wanted authorities to be certain the part was from the missing plane. A statement said: “We want to be 100% positive. We care more about where our families are rather than where the plane’s wreckage is.” Several weeks after the plane’s disappearance, satellite sightings of large objects in the southern Indian Ocean that Australian and Chinese authorities believed could be debris from the aircraft, led both ainvestigators and hopes to a dead end. Soon after, four acoustic "pings" detected in an area of the southern Indian Ocean provided yet another false source of hope. “It may be the debris of MH370, but I think I'd rather wait for the official confirmation," said Steve Wang, whose mother was on the flight. "We've had so many false alarms since the plane went missing." Photo credit: Reuters The post MH370: Aircraft debris discovery likely from Boeing 777 appeared first on Morocco World News .
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30 July 2015 13:07:32 WN.com - Asia News
Related articles One year on: flight MH370 probe finds expired battery but no clues to disappearance Mystery of flight MH370 alters airline’s plans Iata meets under shadow of MH370 MH370 report has no new clues KUALA LUMPUR/PARIS — Malaysia is "almost certain" that plane debris found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean is from a Boeing 777, the deputy transport minister said on Thursday, heightening the possibility it could be wreckage from missing Flight MH370. Malaysia Airlines was operating a Boeing 777 on the ill-fated flight, which vanished without a trace in March last year while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in one of the most baffling mysteries in aviation history. The...
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05 December 2014 00:14:13 Intellasia East Asia News
A former Boeing 777 pilot has claimed missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 could have only veered off course due to sabotage. Writing in Australia’s Daily Telegraph, Byron Bailey made the explosive remarks in response to new information that the plane’s search had moved further south, based on new drift modelling by Australia. Experts believe the
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30 June 2014 01:57:38 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com
A report released by Australian air crash investigators has revealed that the missing Boeing 777 suffered a mysterious power outage during the early stages of its flight, which experts believe could ...
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15 April 2014 00:18:57 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com
The black box of the missing aircraft MH370 is silent. Now to look at the seabed wreckage after an unmanned submarine. What can the device, how big is the chance of ...
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Search for Missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing The latest signal comes not from MH370 Blackbox Breaking News
12 April 2014 00:15:43 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com
Setback in the search for flight MH370: The last received signal originates, according to police not from the black box of the machine. From a breakthrough could be no question. Australia’s ...
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