World News | Reuters | Friday January 9, 2015
Indonesia search and rescue teams hunting for the wreck of an AirAsia passenger jet detected pings in their efforts to find the black box recorders on Friday, 12 days after the plane went missing with 162 people on board, an official said.
World News | Reuters | Thursday May 29, 2014
A US Navy official said four acoustic pings at the centre of the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which disappeared in March, are no longer believed to be from the aircraft's black boxes, according to a report by CNN.
World News | Reuters | Saturday April 19, 2014
Australian officials supervising the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 told Reuters on Saturday that an underwater search for the black box recorder based on "pings" possibly from the device could be completed in five to seven days.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday April 17, 2014
Malaysia warned on Thursday that the cost of the search for flight MH370's wreckage in the vast depths of the Indian Ocean will be "huge", the latest sobering assessment by authorities involved in the challenging effort.
World News | Associated Press | Friday April 11, 2014
Australia's prime minister says searchers hunting for the missing Malaysian jetliner are confident underwater signals that have been picked up are coming from the jet's black box.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday April 11, 2014
The logging of a fifth signal spurred on Friday's hunt for missing Malaysian airliner MH370 as search crews work round-the-clock to find elusive wreckage in the southern Indian Ocean.
World News | Michelle Innis and Chris Buckley, The New York Times | Friday April 11, 2014
A sensor dropped into the sea by a Royal Australian Air Force plane detected a possible acoustic signal in the same area of the Indian Ocean where a search ship had earlier detected signals that might have come from flight recorders from the missing ...
World News | Associated Press | Thursday April 10, 2014
Searchers looking for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane have discovered new signals consistent with those emitted by so-called black boxes in the Indian Ocean, but they do not want to send a submersible down yet to look for the plane.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday April 10, 2014
The hunt for more black box "pings" from missing Malaysian airliner MH370 narrowed on Thursday to a specific patch of remote ocean after the logging of fresh signals raised hopes wreckage will soon be found.
World News | Reuters | Thursday April 10, 2014
The search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner resumed on Thursday with a renewed sense of optimism, after Australian officials said they had detected two new "ping" signals that may have come from the plane's black box recorders.
World News | Associated Press | Wednesday April 9, 2014
The month-long search for the Malaysian jet received a tremendous boost when a navy ship detected 2 more signals that most likely emanated from the aircraft's black boxes.
World News | Reuters | Wednesday April 9, 2014
The search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner continued on Wednesday, as the U.S. Navy said it had been unable to relocate possible "pings" from the black box recorders that had injected fresh urgency into the international effort.
World News | Michelle Innis, The New York Times | Tuesday April 8, 2014
Australian officials on Tuesday pledged to scour the ocean for the black boxes of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 until they were certain that the pingers from the devices were no longer working, describing the task of locating them on the ocean bed as ...
World News | Associated Press | Tuesday April 8, 2014
Search crews in the Indian Ocean failed to pick up more of the faint underwater sounds that may have been from the missing Malaysian jetliner's black boxes whose batteries are at the end of their life.
World News | Reuters | Monday April 7, 2014
Some planes and ships searching for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner in the Indian Ocean moved on Monday toward waters where a Chinese vessel had picked up "ping" signals at the weekend, raising hopes of finding the airliner's black-box recorders...
World News | Associated Press | Thursday March 27, 2014
Equipment inside two nearly indestructible boxes aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines plane recorded critical information that would help investigators reconstruct what went wrong.