Category Archives: MH370

MH370: Captain switched off oxygen supply, ex-Kiwi Airlines boss claims

MH370 pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah deliberately killed himself and 227 passengers on board the doomed flight by turning off the oxygen supply, an airline boss has claimed. Ewan Wilson,  the former chief executive of Kiwi International Airlines, will tell aviation experts in … Continue reading

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MH370 vehicle owner found

THE owner of vehicle registration number MH370 has finally been found. He is army retiree Othman Ahmad, 68 from Masjid Tanah, Malacca and the registration number belongs to a 35-year-old C70 Honda motorcycle, reported Metro Ahad. The registration number, is … Continue reading

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Make excuses, and find scapegoats

By Mariam Mokhtar One of the oaths that an Umno Baru minister takes is: “Never Apologise. Make excuses. Find scapegoats.” Actually this is not quite true, but from what we see of our ministers, there might be some truth in … Continue reading

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US committed to supporting MH370 search, says Obama

President Barack Obama says the US is fully committed towards providing assistance for the search for flight MH370. – Reuters pic, April 27, 2014. US President Barack Obama said today that the United States was fully committed to providing more … Continue reading

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What if flight MH370 is never found?

Evan Tanner uses a crane to lift the Phoenix International Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) Artemis, also known as the Bluefin-21, back onto the Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield after searching for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in the Southern Indian … Continue reading

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Wreck hunter confident MH370 will be found

One of the world’s foremost wreck hunters says the search team has found the crash site. PERTH: One of the world’s foremost wreck hunters believes searchers have found the crash site of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, and recovering the … Continue reading

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Malaysia starts probing confused initial response

MH370 Malaysia’s government has begun investigating civil aviation and military authorities to determine why opportunities to identify and track Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 were missed in the chaotic hours after it vanished, two officials said. The preliminary internal enquiries come … Continue reading

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