Malaysia Airlines Plane Missing News


'Malaysia Airlines Plane Missing' - 236 News Result(s)

  • Australian Family Hit By Both MH17, MH370 Tragedies

    Australian Family Hit By Both MH17, MH370 Tragedies

    An Australian family has been struck by both Malaysia Airlines tragedies, losing two members of their extended family in the MH17 crash four months after another couple went missing on MH370.

  • Missing Malaysian Plane Was On Auto-Pilot When It Crashed: Australia

    Missing Malaysian Plane Was On Auto-Pilot When It Crashed: Australia

    The hunt for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane will shift farther south of the most recent suspected crash site in a remote stretch of Indian Ocean, Australian officials said on Thursday.

  • MH370 Hunt to Shift South: Report

    MH370 Hunt to Shift South: Report

    The drawn-out search for missing Malaysian Flight MH370 will revert to an area hundreds of kilometres south of the previously suspected crash site following new analysis of the plane's flight path, a report said Friday.

  • 100 Days After MH370, Malaysia Vows to Keep Searching

    100 Days After MH370, Malaysia Vows to Keep Searching

    Malaysia's government pledged on Monday that it "will not rest" until missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is found, as it marked the 100th day since the plane vanished on March 8 with 239 passengers and crew.

  • Australia Still Confident of Finding Missing MH370 in Indian Ocean

    Australia Still Confident of Finding Missing MH370 in Indian Ocean

    Australia today said it has robust satellite data that indicates that the missing Malaysian plane can be traced in the Indian Ocean and authorities will soon announce a search area of about 60,000 square kms which will be searched by deep-water techn...

  • Australia Opens Tender for Next Phase in Malaysia Airlines Search

    Australia Opens Tender for Next Phase in Malaysia Airlines Search

    Australia began the process of finding a private contractor on Wednesday to take over the hunt for a missing Malaysia Airlines plane after three months of military-led searches failed to find any trace of its wreckage.

  • Underwater Sound Examined for Links to Missing Jet

    Underwater Sound Examined for Links to Missing Jet

    A team of Australian researchers looking into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has released data about an unusual underwater sound recorded around the time the plane vanished. But the lead scientist says the chances it is linked to t...

  • Emirates Chief Asks Why No Fighter Jet Tracked MH370

    Emirates Chief Asks Why No Fighter Jet Tracked MH370

    Emirates chief Tim Clark has reportedly questioned why fighter jets did not intercept Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 when it veered widely off course, but said he believed the missing plane will be found.

  • Australia Praises Chinese Help in Lost MH370 Search

    Australia Praises Chinese Help in Lost MH370 Search

    Australian Defense Chief Gen. David Hurley says China's contribution to the Indian Ocean search for the missing Malaysian plane showed the trust and familiarity that had developed between the militaries of China and Australia.

  • Australia Rules Out Swathe of Ocean as MH370 Crash Zone

    Australia Rules Out Swathe of Ocean as MH370 Crash Zone

    Australia on Thursday ruled out a large swathe of Indian Ocean as Flight MH370's final resting place after a lengthy underwater hunt, as a US Navy official queried whether the missing plane ever went there.

  • US Navy Won't Dismiss 'Pings' Lead in Jet Search

    US Navy Won't Dismiss 'Pings' Lead in Jet Search

    A US Navy spokesman on Thursday dismissed as "speculative and premature" an American expert's reported comments that the acoustic "pings" at the centre of the search for the missing Malaysian plane had not come from the jet's black boxes.

  • Malaysia PM urges aircraft changes to prevent another MH370

    Malaysia PM urges aircraft changes to prevent another MH370

    Malaysia's prime minister has called for international aviation regulators to implement real-time tracking of airliners to prevent a recurrence of the baffling disappearance of flight MH370, while admitting missteps in the first days of the crisis.

  • Australia to Spend $84 Million on Malaysian Jet Search

    Australia to Spend $84 Million on Malaysian Jet Search

    The Australian government plans to spend 90 million Australian dollars ($84 million) on the search for the missing Malaysian plane.

  • Sub set to relaunch underwater quest for MH370

    Sub set to relaunch underwater quest for MH370

    A mini-sub hunting for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will be back in the search zone within days, an official said Saturday, as the Australian ship carrying the device prepared to leave on the mission.

  • Malaysian Plane's Likely Flight Path Gets Second Look

    Malaysian Plane's Likely Flight Path Gets Second Look

    An international panel of experts will re-examine all data gathered in the nearly two-month hunt for the missing Malaysia jet to ensure search crews who have been scouring a desolate patch of ocean for the plane have been looking in the right place, ...

  • Governments Pledge Won't Give up Search for Malaysia Airlines Jet

    Governments Pledge Won't Give up Search for Malaysia Airlines Jet

    Government officials from Australia, China and Malaysia pledged on Monday not to give up searching for a Malaysia Airlines jetliner that disappeared almost two months ago, despite lingering questions about how to proceed and who will pay.

  • Malaysia Recommends Introduction of Real-Time Aircraft Tracking in Initial Report

    Malaysia Recommends Introduction of Real-Time Aircraft Tracking in Initial Report

    Malaysia released a preliminary report on missing Flight MH370 on Thursday in which it recommended that the U.N. body overseeing global aviation consider introducing a system for tracking commercial aircraft in real time.

  • Malaysia Releases Preliminary Report on Flight MH370

    Malaysia Releases Preliminary Report on Flight MH370

    Malaysia on Thursday made public a preliminary report on Flight MH370 and other data that marks its most extensive release of information on the missing airliner to date, nearly two months after its mysterious disappearance.

  • Malaysia Set To Release Initial Report Into MH370 Disappearance

    Malaysia Set To Release Initial Report Into MH370 Disappearance

    Malaysia is expected to release a report on Thursday on the missing Malaysia Airlines plane that it has sent to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

  • Wreckage in Bay of Bengal not from MH370: searchers

    Wreckage in Bay of Bengal not from MH370: searchers

    A private company said it had found what it believes is wreckage of a plane in the Bay of Bengal that should be investigated as potential debris from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, but the possibility was dismissed by search coordinators.

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