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MH370 New evidence of cockpit tampering as investigation into missing plane continues

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 ...

Vice All News Time30 June 2014 01:57:38


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Search for missing Malaysia plane enters new phase

28 April 2014 08:46:37 timesofmalta.com

The chance of finding floating debris from a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner has become highly unlikely, and a new phase of the search will focus on a far larger area of the Indian Ocean floor, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said this morning. The search effort for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which vanished while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8 with 239 people on board, has so far failed to turn up any trace of wreckage from the plane. Given the amount of time that has elapsed, Abbott said that efforts would now shift away from the visual searches conducted by planes and ships and towards underwater equipment capable of scouring the ocean floor with sophisticated sensors. He admitted, however, that it was possible nothing would ever be found of the jetliner. "We will do everything we humanly can, everything we reasonably can, to solve this mystery," he told reporters in Canberra. Malaysia, China, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Britain and the United States are assisting Australia in conducting the most expensive search in aviation history. It remains unclear what caused the Boeing 777 to veer sharply off its course and disappear from radar as it...

Vice All News Time28 April 2014 08:46:37


Submarine search for Malaysia Airlines Boeing flight MH370 Mission Impossible Breaking News

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 ...

Vice All News Time15 April 2014 00:18:57


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 ...

Vice All News Time12 April 2014 00:15:43


Search teams detect possible new signal in hunt for missing flight MH370

10 April 2014 12:44:00 WN.com - Asia News

Search teams working in the remote Indian Ocean detected a fresh underwater signal on Thursday, reports said, as the hunt for “pings” from the missing Malaysia Airline's black box narrowed a day after after new signals raised hopes that wreckage from flight MH370 will soon be found. With the beacon on flight MH370’s data recorders due to fade more than a month after the Boeing 777 vanished, the Australian-led search continued trawling for signals, seeking to pinpoint an exact location before sending down a submersible to take a look. The Perth-based Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre (JACC) announced on Thursday that the search area off western Australia had been...

Vice All News Time10 April 2014 12:44:00


Missing Malaysia Airlines BoeingSearch team loses Flight MH370 Blackbox signal Breaking News

09 April 2014 00:08:46 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com

Signals from 4500 meters depth had the specialists made hope: The search for the black box of the missing Boeing seemed successful, a submarine should be used. Now the team reports a ...

Vice All News Time09 April 2014 00:08:46


Missing BoeingMalaysia corrected wording of the last radio message Breaking News

02 April 2014 12:02:48 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com

';Good night Malaysian 370″ instead of ';Alright, good night';: Malaysia has revised its data for the last radio message from the missing Boeing. What content should hardly make ...

Vice All News Time02 April 2014 12:02:48


Officials Release New Last Words for Missing Malaysia Flight

01 April 2014 06:01:46 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com

Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-2H6/ER lands at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris on May 23, 2009. The plane, registration number 9M-MRO, disappeared during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in ...

Vice All News Time01 April 2014 06:01:46


Missing Malaysian Flight MH370: Search area shifts after Boeing looks at engine data

28 March 2014 20:23:01 WN.com - World News

The search for wreckage from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 moved 1,100km north-east following a fresh analysis of radar and satellite data, and five aircraft combing the new stretch of Indian Ocean quickly found multiple objects which ships will try to locate today. The search zone was recalibrated, bringing it considerably closer to the Western Australian coast, after the data analysis indicated that the aircraft – which vanished soon after taking off from Kuala Lumpur three weeks ago – was flying faster than initially estimated, and therefore would have run out of fuel more quickly. Items spotted from the...

Vice All News Time28 March 2014 20:23:01


Hunt for missing Malaysian flight MH370 moves 700 miles after new 'credible' lead

28 March 2014 15:17:39 WN.com - World News

Investigators in Kuala Lumpur have calculated that the Boeing 777 might have crashed into the Indian...

Vice All News Time28 March 2014 15:17:39


MH370: Boeing to be focus of possible lawsuit

27 March 2014 08:57:59 WN.com - World News

New York/Kuala Lumpur - A US-based law firm said it expects to represent families of more than half of the passengers on board the missing Malaysian Airlines flight in a lawsuit against the carriers and Boeing, alleging the plane had crashed due to mechanical failure. The Beijing-bound Flight MH370 disappeared more than two weeks ago, and was announced to have crashed into the remote southern Indian ocean with all 239 on board presumed to have died. Chicago-based...

Vice All News Time27 March 2014 08:57:59


US law firm plans to help bereaved sue Boeing, Malaysia Airlines

27 March 2014 05:34:13 rss_all

NEW YORK/KUALA LUMPUR - A US-based law firm said it expects to represent families of more than half of the passengers on board the missing Malaysian Airlines flight...

Vice All News Time27 March 2014 05:34:13


U.S. law firm plans to bring suit against Boeing, Malaysia Airlines

26 March 2014 10:49:27 WN.com - World News

NEW YORK/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - A U.S.-based law firm said it expects to represent families of more than half of the passengers on board the missing Malaysian Airlines flight in a lawsuit against the carriers and Boeing Co, alleging the plane had crashed due to mechanical failure. The Beijing-bound flight MH370 disappeared more than two weeks ago, and was announced to have crashed into the remote southern Indian ocean with all 239 on board presumed to have died. Boeing Co. Trials and Arbitration Business...

Vice All News Time26 March 2014 10:49:27


U.S. law firm plans to bring suit against Boeing, Malaysia Airlines

26 March 2014 10:18:46 WN.com - World News

NEW YORK/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - A U.S.-based law firm said it expects to represent families of more than half of the passengers on board the missing Malaysian Airlines flight in a lawsuit against the carriers and Boeing Co, alleging the plane had crashed due to mechanical failure. The Beijing-bound flight MH370 disappeared more than two weeks ago, and was announced to have crashed into the remote southern Indian ocean with all 239 on board presumed to have died....

Vice All News Time26 March 2014 10:18:46


Missing Malaysian plane: Australian PM voices new hope of solving mystery

23 March 2014 03:09:20 WN.com - World News

PERTH: Australia raised hopes Sunday that the mystery of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could be solved after unidentified debris was spotted and China and Japan piled extra resources into the growing international search effort. Two weeks after the Boeing 777 vanished, Prime Minister Tony Abbott voiced new confidence that fresh visual sightings of floating objects would help after "significant developments" in the maritime hunt. "It's still too early to be definite, but obviously we have now had a number of very credible leads and there is increasing hope — no more than hope, no more than hope — that we might be on the road to discovering what did happen to this ill-fated aircraft,"...

Vice All News Time23 March 2014 03:09:20


Measurements 'consistent with a Boeing wing'

23 March 2014 02:08:26 WN.com - Asia News

A Chinese satellite has identified another object in the Indian Ocean that could be from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. The object is about 22.5 metres long and 13 metres wide. The latest image is another clue in the baffling search for flight MH370, which dropped off air traffic control screens March 8 over the Gulf of Thailand with 239 people on board, including two New Zealanders. After about a week of confusion, authorities said pings sent by the Boeing 777 for several hours after it disappeared indicated that the plane ended up in one of two huge arcs: a northern corridor stretching from Malaysia to Central Asia, or a...

Vice All News Time23 March 2014 02:08:26


MISSING MH370: Dimensions of missing airliner – New Straits Times

20 March 2014 13:20:06 Japan Morning Post

20 March 2014| last updated at 02:16PM Following are the basic dimensions of the Boeing 777-200ER which was used on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, according to Boeing’s website. Wing span: 60.9 metres (199 feet 10 inches) Overall length:  63.7 metres (209 feet) Tail Height:  18.5 metres (60 feet 9 inches)  Fuselage Diameter: 6.19 metres (20 […]

Vice All News Time20 March 2014 13:20:06


Missing Malaysia Airlines plane: News conference

20 March 2014 05:55:05 WN.com - Asia News

20 March 2014 Last updated at 04:20 GMT The Australian Maritime Safety Authority hosts a news conference on their search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing-777 aircraft. Share this story About sharing Email Facebook Twitter Related Most watched Top stories Related video / audio video 1:37 Family anguish at...

Vice All News Time20 March 2014 05:55:05


LATEST ON MISSING PLANE: Malaysia confirms receiving new radar data on missing jet flying over another country, but . . .

19 March 2014 20:59:59 The Herald

Malaysian officials have confirmed they received ‘some radar data’ from other countries about the missing Flight MH370 today – but claimed they were ‘not at liberty’ to release the information.Speaking at a press conference this afternoon, acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said Malaysia was continuing to co-ordinate the search for the missing Boeing 777-200ER. He...

Vice All News Time19 March 2014 20:59:59


All on board missing Boeing 777 now under scrutiny

15 March 2014 22:32:23 WN.com - Asia News

Like an Agatha Christie whodunit, the investigation into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 is now focusing on a finite circle of suspects - the 227 passengers and 12 crew members of the missing plane. While reluctant to call it a hijacking, Malaysian officials now say they believe somebody inside the plane with expertise in the navigational and communications systems of the Boeing 777 diverted it from its Kuala Lumpur-to-Beijing flight path. "In view of this latest development, Malaysian authorities have refocused their investigation into the crew and passengers on board," Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said at a news conference...

Vice All News Time15 March 2014 22:32:23


Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: New radar evidence suggests missing plane may have been hijacked

15 March 2014 00:42:11 WN.com - Asia News

Investigators are pursuing the theory that the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing may have been deliberately diverted off-course towards a remote chain of islands in the Indian Ocean. The Andaman and Nicobar islands and the area around them were increasingly the focus of search efforts, as reports said officials were re-examining the possibility that foul play was responsible for the plane’s disappearance a week ago. Inmarsat, the London-based communications company, confirmed that its satellites covering the region received “ping” signals from the Boeing 777 after it vanished from civilian radar and stopped communicating with the ground shortly after the...

Vice All News Time15 March 2014 00:42:11


China questions Boeing's 'silence' over missing plane

14 March 2014 18:27:54 WN.com - World News

March 14: China today questioned Boeing's "silence" over a missing Malaysian plane with 239 people aboard and criticised the aviation major for delaying the information transmitted by the engines of the aircraft that has led to diverting search operations to new areas. "After almost a week, there is some evidence to indicate that flight MH370 may have flown westward for a few hours after it disappeared from radar scenes. Signals automatically and instantaneously transmitted via satellite back...

Vice All News Time14 March 2014 18:27:54


Search for missing plane expanded

14 March 2014 08:23:02 WN.com - World News

Kuala Lumpur - The search for a missing Malaysia Airlines passenger jet on Friday expanded westwards towards the Indian Ocean, amid new information gathered by US investigators that the aircraft may have flown for hours after it dropped off the radar. Broadcaster CNN reported that the USS Kidd was heading from the South China Sea to the Indian Ocean to conduct a search for the Boeing 777-200 aircraft...

Vice All News Time14 March 2014 08:23:02


Missing Malaysia Plane: Search Heads West

14 March 2014 07:24:01 WN.com - World News

14 March 2014, 5:21 Missing Malaysia Plane: Search Heads West Tweet A new search area for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 could be opened in the Indian Ocean after authorities received "new information". One theory for the missing Boeing 777 is that it detoured an hour after take-off from the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur and headed towards the west. White House spokesman Jay Carney said: "It's my understanding that based on some new information that's not necessarily conclusive - but new information - an additional search area may be opened in the Indian Ocean. "And we are consulting with international partners about the appropriate assets to deploy." Malaysian officials have not...

Vice All News Time14 March 2014 07:24:01


Boeing: jet not subject to new safety check

12 March 2014 23:33:02 China Daily

Boeing Co on Wednesday said the missing 777 Malaysia Airlines jetliner was not subject to a new US safety directive that ordered additional inspections for cracking and corrosion on certain 777 planes.

Vice All News Time12 March 2014 23:33:02


Boeing says Malaysia jet not subject to FAA inspection order

12 March 2014 22:11:55 WN.com - World News

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Boeing Co on Wednesday said the missing 777 Malaysia Airlines jetliner was not subject to a new U.S. safety directive that ordered additional inspections for cracking and corrosion on certain 777 planes. The Federal Aviation Administration last week ordered additional, repeated inspections of certain Boeing 777 aircraft, warning that corrosion and...

Vice All News Time12 March 2014 22:11:55


Missing Malaysia Airlines plane: US issued warnings over Boeing 777s

12 March 2014 02:35:51 WN.com - World News

New York: It emerged yesterday that the Federal Aviation Administration in Washington drew up an airworthiness directive...

Vice All News Time12 March 2014 02:35:51


NZ air force joins search for missing jet

10 March 2014 22:51:28 WN.com - Asia News

A New Zealand Air Force P3 Orion is joining the international effort to find a missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 lost over the South China Sea. The maritime surveillance aircraft left Auckland last night and...

Vice All News Time10 March 2014 22:51:28


Missing plane: Boeing sends own team

10 March 2014 09:43:30 WN.com - World News

New York - The FBI has not sent agents to Kuala Lumpur to assist in the investigation of a Malaysian Airlines plane that went missing on Saturday, according to a senior US law-enforcement official, though representatives from other US agencies and plane-maker Boeing are expected to arrive on Monday. The plane, a 777-200ER, disappeared suddenly, and though no wreckage has been...

Vice All News Time10 March 2014 09:43:30


Airline names Kiwi passengers on missing Boeing jet

08 March 2014 20:54:49 WN.com - Asia News

Two Kiwis believed to be aboard a missing Malaysia Airlines flight have been named in a passenger list released by the airline as Paul Weeks, 38, and Ximin Wang, 50. Flight MH370, carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew, disappeared from radar screens less than an hour after it took off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing early on Saturday morning (local time). The names of the New Zealanders were on a list put by the airline on its website. Weeks, from Christchurch, was living in Perth. He left Christchurch in April 2011 after the earthquakes with his wife, chartered accountant Danica, in search of a better life. The couple have two young children, a three-year-old son named Lincoln and a...

Vice All News Time08 March 2014 20:54:49