Malaysian Airlines Flight 370
Confirmed? The debris that officials discovered on Reunion Island reportedly matches the same part that would be found on a Boeing 777. This could possibly mean that the wreckage came from the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370!
Investigators have been all over the piece of debris that washed up on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean. They think that it came from the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370! Now, sources close to the investigation say that the piece matches the kind found on a Boeing 777, the same type of airplane that went missing in 2014!
Whoa. Authorities believed they found new debris that belongs to the missing Malaysia Flight 370, but did they also discover a passenger’s luggage? A ripped-up bag, possibly belonging to one of the 239 people onboard the missing flight, was seen near the wreckage site!
We might be even closer to solving the mystery of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 than we thought. Authorities never learned what happened to the passenger airliner and everyone on board when it vanished in 2014. However, investigators discovered new debris that they believe belongs to MH370!
Well, this is kind of crazy. Remember Malaysia Airlines Flight 370? You know, the one that mysteriously disappeared back in March 2014. Well, it looks like experts have been able to finally identify debris from the wreckage.
239 passengers aboard a flight from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China were never seen again after their plane seemingly vanished into thin air — inspiring an investigation that has lasted over a year with no success until now. Experts are confident they’ve found a piece of the aircraft on the Indian Ocean isle of La Reunion. Click inside for the details!
An Australian university has received new data which may solve the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370’s crash on March 8.
Malayasian Airlines Flight 370 crashed on March 8, and the aircraft has yet to be located despite the largest multinational search and rescue effort in history, according to NPR. However, we might be closer to solving this mystery than ever before — an Australian university may have recorded the moment of the crash with a device that records sound underwater. Read on for more details.
Better late than never? Data from communications between satellites and the missing Flight 370 was released on May 27, more than two months after families of the victims of Flight 370 requested that it be released. Could this new info finally help authorities — and the families — find the plane’s remains?
After the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 died down weeks ago, the Malaysian government released a 47-page document on May 27 outlining communication between the aircraft and satellites in an effort to provide a clearer picture of what happened before and after the plane went missing. But is this newly surfaced data enough to solve the jetliner mystery and put the victims’ families’ minds at ease?
On May 18, the former Prime Minister of Malaysia reportedly accused the United States Central Intelligence Agency of knowing where missing Malaysia flight 370 is located. He revealed his feelings in statements released to the public via his personal blog.
Malaysia’s influential former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad, 88, claimed in a personal blog post that the CIA knows exactly where the plane went down and is keeping the information from the public. Several of his statements centered around his theory that “planes just don’t disappear.”
Missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 will probably go down in history as one of the greatest mysteries and tragedies of our time. And like almost all great tragedies a movie is being made about it. Click above to see the first trailer from the upcoming film.
A movie about the Missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 is in the works. The film, entitled The Vanishing Act, is being pitched at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival by Indian director Rupesh Paul.
On May 1, the official preliminary report by was released to the public — and shows a shocking 4-hour-gap that took place from the time the plane went missing to when the search began. What were they thinking?! Well, now we can hear the audio.
Almost two whole months after Malaysia Airlines flight 370 disappeared, the official report of what exactly happened was released to the public. However, it just deepens the confusion. The time of disappearance was reported at 1:21 AM on March 8 — but air traffic control didn’t notice for 17 minutes, and didn’t start searching for four hours. Listen to the audio between the missing jet’s pilots and air traffic controllers here.
The Malaysian Prime Minister stated in an interview on April 25 that he is not prepared to declare the 239 passengers of Flight 370 dead. This statement is in sharp contrast to the statements he released over a month ago, declaring that the plane was hopelessly lost along with everyone on board. So have authorities secretly still not ruled out the possibility of a hostage situation?
The grieving families of the missing passengers aboard lost Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 are not the only ones refusing to give up hope. The Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak, told CNN‘s Richard Quest in a TV interview on April 25 that he was not prepared to state that the victims of the plane’s disappearance are gone forever.
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