Aircraft debris found on beach inspected for ties to MH370

Asia Pacific Mar 3, 2016

Aircraft debris found on beach inspected for ties to MH370

A piece of apparent aircraft debris found on a beach in Mozambique could have drifted from the likely crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, Australia's government said Friday. The torn sliver of material bears a "no step" marking commonly seen on aircraft surfaces and ...

Site of missing MH370 may be lost forever

Asia Pacific Feb 21, 2016

Site of missing MH370 may be lost forever

by Angus Whitley

The man leading the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is showing the strain after almost two years of fruitless toil. Martin Dolan, head of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, said he struggles to sleep at times, gnawed by thoughts that wreckage from the Boeing ...

Asia Pacific Feb 21, 2016

By the numbers: The hunt for MH370

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in March 2014 sparked a search mission that has spanned thousands of square kilometers of seabed and absorbed millions of dollars. But the team hunting for the missing aircraft and its 239 passengers and crew has come ...

MH370 hunt discovers old intact shipwreck

Asia Pacific Jan 13, 2016

MH370 hunt discovers old intact shipwreck

An apparently intact shipwreck has emerged in imagery from the hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. With an apparently raised stern and a prominent bowsprit, the ship resembles a merchant vessel of the 18th or 19th centuries. The image was released Wednesday by a unit ...

World Jul 21, 2014

Dutchman escapes Malaysia Airlines incidents — twice

A Dutch cyclist, riding for the Terrengganu team in Malaysia, escaped a Malaysia Airlines plane crash. Twice. According to Maarten de Jonge's website, the 29-year-old, born in the Dutch town of Oldenzaal, was planning to travel back to Kuala Lumpur on Flight MH17 from Amsterdam's ...