The designation, made by Malaysia’s Civil Aviation Authority on Thursday Jan. 29, ends the search for survivors and assumes that all 239 people on board are dead. It also begins the process of fulfilling compensation claims to family.
A “signal pulse” detected in the Indian Ocean is consistent with those of an aircraft black box, but it is not confirmed as belonging to missing jet.
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Jon Stewart poked fun at cable news coverage of Flight 370 on Monday night’s show.
The Malaysian government announced Monday that the plane crashed in the southern Indian Ocean.
Just because they sound good doesn’t mean they are remotely close to being accurate or helpful.
More than a week after a plane carrying 239 people disappeared, officials are focusing on the pilots and crew. Here’s the latest as of 11:30 a.m. ET Tuesday.
“You would never turn it off in flight. But if you had to, if you wanted to, here’s how you do it.”
Updated: A two-day search of a remote area in the Indian Ocean has turned up empty-handed.
The men are Iranians with no apparent links to terrorist groups, officials said Tuesday. The search for a missing Malaysia Airlines flight continues.
The searchfor a plane carrying 239 people that vanished last Saturday morning expanded westward. “The information we have forces us to look further and further afield,” Malaysia’s Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said on Friday.
UPDATED: A Boeing 777 traveling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing has disappeared. At least two men traveling on the plane are believed to have been using stolen passports.