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How fish fossils can help us build better submarines

How fish fossils can help us build better submarines

The ocean, which covers the vast majority of the world's surface, holds many secrets. For more than a year a multinational team has tried to find the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 on the bottom of it – without success. But it turns out fish fossils could help us explore it.

Aviation expert claims has spotted MH370 wreck between India and Malaysia in Bay of Bengal

An aviation technology expert has reportedly claimed that he has spotted the remains of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 but needs 1.3 million pounds to find it.Andre Milne, who has been investigating the case independently since the flight ...

MH370 search to return to square one and comb for any missed clues

MH370 search to return to square one and comb for any missed clues

Experts searching for missing plane MH370 will review data collected about a year ago to ensure no clues as to the plane's fate have been missed.

MH370 search going back to square one

MH370 search going back to square one

MORE than 400 days into a frustrating and fruitless search, the authorities looking for MH370 have announced they are re-examining their data and methodology.

Malaysia suffered cyber-attack after MH370 disappeared

Malaysia suffered cyber-attack after MH370 disappeared

Cyber security expert claims phishing e-mails were used to infiltrate navy, police and civil aviation departments

MH370 victims: Matters related to Islam being addressed

MH370 victims: Matters related to Islam being addressed

National Fatwa Council rules all matters relating to religion pertaining to MH370 victims can be solved accordingly.

Time for Australia to prove theory on MH370

Time for Australia to prove theory on MH370

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau should send a plane along the assumed calculated flight path taken by missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.

MH370 'deliberately wrecked'

MH370 'deliberately wrecked'

VETERAN jet pilot BYRON BAILEY outlines why he believes MH370 was deliberately wrecked and may never be found.

400 days later: M'sia not giving up on finding MH370

400 days later: M'sia not giving up on finding MH370

Continuous SAR efforts are indicative of strong commitment to solve the biggest aviation mystery in history.

Search Area For Flight MH370 Could Be Doubled

Search Area For Flight MH370 Could Be Doubled

The search area for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will be doubled if the missing plane is not recovered by the end of May.

Search area for missing MH370 plane could double, ministers say

The search area for missing Malaysia Airlines plane MH370 will double if the wreckage is not found in the current 60,000-square-kilometre area by the end of May.

MH370 search zone to double if nothing found – officials

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (UPDATED) – The search zone for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will be doubled if nothing is found in the huge undersea area now being scanned for wreckage, Malaysia, Australia and China announced Thursday, April 16. A joint statement released after ministers from t

MH370 search area could be extended

MH370 search area could be extended

The search area for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will be doubled if nothing is found in the current search zone, officials say.

MH370: Search area could be extended if wreckage not found

Officials say that the search area for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 could be expanded by 60,000 miles if wreckage isn't found.

MH370 search zone could double

The search area for flight MH370 will double in size to encompass a vast Indian Ocean corridor if wreckage remains elusive.

Truss says MH370 search area may be 'doubled' if plane not found in coming weeks

Deputy Prime Minister of Australia Warren Truss has declared that the search zone of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in the Indian Ocean will be doubled if the plane is not found in the coming weeks.About 60 percent of the 60,000 square ...

MH370 search zone to double

  KUALA LUMPUR — The search area for flight MH370 will double in size to encompass a vast Indian Ocean corridor if wreckage remains elusive, Malaysia, Australia and China said Thursday, asserting their commitment to finding the plane. Meeting in

'We are committed': MH370 search area may double

'We are committed': MH370 search area may double

The search area for Malaysia Airlines for MH370, which vanished on March 8, 2014, may soon double in size. CNN's Amara Walker reports.

MH370 Search Area to Double If Plane Not Found

MH370 Search Area to Double If Plane Not Found

Malaysia, Australia and China agreed on Thursday to double the size of the search area for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 if the missing plane isn’t found by the end of May. Photo: Reuters Copyright 2015, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.

Search area for missing flight MH370 to double

Search area for missing flight MH370 to double

Transport ministers from Malaysia, China and Australia have pledged to double the search area for a missing Malaysia Airlines plane if the current search fails to produce results. The announcement came during a meeting in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur, where flight MH370 originated

Aust, Malaysia, China to discuss MH370

AUSTRALIAN Deputy PM Warren Truss will meet with Malaysian and Chinese ministers on Thursday to discuss the search for flight MH370.

Govt denies 'dangerous cargo' caused MH370 disappearance

KUALA LUMPUR, April 9, 2015: The government has denied allegations that dangerous cargo on board Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Flight MH370 caused the disappearance of the aircraft. Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Aziz Kaprawi said the Interim Report and Factual Information on MH370 issued by the In

Report clears cargo of causing MH370 to go missing

Report clears cargo of causing MH370 to go missing

Deputy transport minister explains that the findings were based on a 600-page interim report by the ICAO probe team.

Latest Search for MH370 Now 60 Percent Complete

Latest Search for MH370 Now 60 Percent Complete

More than 60 percent of the ocean area where investigators believe Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 crashed has now been searched, authorities said.

Clue to Flight MH370 Mystery May Have Just Been Found in the Maldives

A little over one year since the disappearance of Malaysian Flight MH370, some residents of one of the Maldivian islands insist they might have seen the Boeing 777 aircraft, which went missing with 239 people on March 8, 2014.

Do Maldives hold key to MH370?

COULD a small Indian Ocean island in the Maldives hold the key to unlocking the mystery surrounding missing flight MH370?

The process of investigating airline disasters

Anna Coren looks at the difference between the recovery of Germanwings 9525 and the search for Malaysian Airways MH370 that disappeared over a year ago.

Will the MH370 search go on?

IN JUST over a fortnight, key ministers from Australia, Malaysia and China will meet to decide if the search for MH370 should go on.

MH370 link to Germanwings crash

KILLER French Alps pilot Andreas Lubitz may have been inspired by the ‘rogue pilot’ theory applied to the MH370 mystery.

Plane mysteries through history

From MH370 to Amelia Earhardt, take a look back at mysterious flight mysteries that have even left experts scratching their heads.

Plane mysteries through history

A massive manhunt for the 239 passengers of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 continues until this day in the Indian Ocean a year after the planes disappearance on March 8, 2014. Look back at other baffling aviation disasters through the years.

MH370: Over 50% Priority Search Area Scoured With No Sign Of Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), which is leading the underwater search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, announced Wednesday that over 50 percent of the priority search area in the southern Indian Ocean has been scoured. The multi-million dollar search effort for the plane has conti

Rebuilding the Malaysia Airlines brand

In this expansive interview with Mumbrella Asia editor Robin Hicks at the Festival of Media Asia, the Canadian talks about how the twin air disasters of MH370 and MH17 have changed the airline's approach to communications, how these traumatic events affected him personally, and the plan to rebuild o

Germanwings crash is 8th commercial airline disaster since MH370, leaving 1,090 dead in one year

NEW YORK, March 25, 2015: It's been a deadly time in the sky since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared with 239 passengers and crew aboard little more than a year ago. Statistics compiled by the Bureau of Aircraft Accidents Archives show that some 1,330 people were killed in 120 air catastrop

Germanwings crash 8th commercial air disaster since MH370

It's been a deadly time in the sky since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared with 239 people aboard little more than a year ago.

Germanwings Airbus A320 plane crash: Disastrous year for air safety as hundreds die in horrific acci...

A total of 1,050 people have died in six different crashes across the globe that have left people fearful of flying

Missing Malaysia jet 'a mystery'

The fate of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 remains "a mystery", says Malaysia's civil aviation chief, with hijacking not ruled out.

Hunt begins for Malaysia Airlines clues

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 remains missing and the hunt for clues has begun, aviation expert Chris Yates reports.

Expired battery unlikely why MH370 remains undetected

Transport minister tries to justify that the expired battery was not to blame for their inability to locate the missing plane.

'No evidence that underwater locator beacon on MH370 was not functioning'

KUALA LUMPUR, March 23, 2015: The expired battery of the underwater locator beacon (ULB) of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Flight MH370 is not the reason the aircraft remains undetected. Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said even though the battery expired 14 months before the incident, there w

Mini-sub starts search for MH370 wreckage

Investigators appear to have narrowed the search for wreckage from missing Malaysian airliner MH370.

MH370: Pursuing those pulses

The BBC's Nick Childs looks at how the search teams looking for missing flight MH370 are investigating reports of pulse signals being detected.

Regional tensions will boost Asian defence spending

MH370's disappearance has increased militaries' demand for observation and communications solutions.

More aircraft for the RMAF – but for what?

From: Muhammad Sadas Abdullah via e-mail The RMAF recently took delivery of its first Airbus A400M with three more to come. At what cost to the nation? Perhaps an official secret? By the looks of it, the French Rafale aircraft and/or some others should follow suit. And for what? For show? For nation

Ocean cleaning operation casts doubt on whether search for MH370 is in the right place: Volunteers i...

A detailed search for Indian Ocean rubbish on the south west coast of Tasmania has so far led to the recovery 80,000 pieces of rubbish - but nothing has been found from the doomed airliner.

MH370 search disrupted again

UNDERWATER search for MH370 has been disrupted again by severe weather, brought on ex-tropical cyclone Haliba.

Malaysia Airlines says expired battery on MH370 did not hinder search

Lawyers acting for some of the families of those on board said earlier that the fact the battery had not been replaced could be key in any legal action against the airline.

Boeing urges automatic tracking system in planes

DUBAI – Boeing called Monday for equipping planes with automatic tracking system which cannot be switched off, in the wake of the tragic incident of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 that disappeared in March of last year. "While the technology to install a global tracking sys

No action despite MH370's 31-min rogue flight path

DAP MPs Julian Tan and Steven Sim question the lack of action taken by Malaysian authorities during MH370s re-crossing of Malaysia.

'Rogue' aircraft flies over Malaysian airspace for 31 minutes but nothing was done, says MP

KUALA LUMPUR, March 16, 2015: Who was sleeping on their job when the “rogue” MH370 re-entered Malaysian air space? Seremban Member of Parliament Anthony Loke said the Boeing 777-200 ER flew over Malaysian air space for 31 minutes and the plane had come under both civilian and military ra

Expert says search for missing flight MH370 could take decades or even centuries to complete

An internationally respected oceanographer has said that the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 could take decades or even centuries before it is discovered on the bottom of the southern Indian Ocean.According to News.com.au, Erik ...

Star Navigation Offers Tracking Solution Proposed in Response to the Loss of MH370

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - March 12, 2015) - Star Navigation Systems Group Ltd. ("Star "or "the Company") (TSX VENTURE:SNA)(OTCBB:SNAVF) notes that on February 3, 2015, the International Civil Aviation Organization ("ICAO") recommended that while in remote areas, aircraft repor

Controller 'asleep' when MH370 vanished

MALAYSIA is investigating shocking claims an air traffic control supervisor was napping when MH370 vanished.

Controller 'asleep' when MH370 vanished

MALAYSIA is investigating shocking claims an air traffic control supervisor was napping when MH370 vanished.