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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Malaysia Airlines’

Jason Biggs Apologizes for Offensive Malaysia Airlines Tweet

Jason Biggs has once again apologized for a tweet he posted Thursday following the downing of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine, which killed all 298 people aboard. Biggs made his apology while co-hosting ABC’s The View on Monday. “I made a tweet the other day, and I’d just like to say a few words on it,” Biggs said …

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Malaysian Flight MH17 Possibly Shot Down: Who Is Responsible?

On Thursday, a Malaysia Airlines passenger plane was allegedly shot down over Ukrainian airspace. There were a total of 295 people on Flight MH17 and it is not believed that anyone survived the devastating tragedy. The story is developing and it’s not exactly clear why the plane was brought down, but early reports indicate that Ukrainian separatists may be responsible. …

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Autopilot Theory Points to Hypoxia

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 continues to be one of the biggest mysteries of 2014, and has left many not just grieving the loss of their loved ones but wondering what happened in the last minutes of their lives. Was something sinister–like terrorism–at play? A new theory based on the belief that the plane was flying on autopilot …

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Flight MH370: New Witness Comes Forward

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 remains unaccounted for since it vanished on March 8th. Though recovery efforts are ongoing, hope is fading that the plane—along with the 239 people aboard—will ever be seen again. In the time since the plane’s disappearance, there have been conflicting stories as to what is thought to have happened to it. A few “eyewitness accounts” were …

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MH370 Report: Why Did Officials Wait Four Hours?

On March 8th, Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 went missing and was never heard from again. Even though the search continues, it seems to grow more hopeless by the day. The mounting frustration at the lack of clarity as to what went wrong has resulted in numerous accusations of incompetence. Much of the anger and criticism has been leveled at the …

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MH370 Report Shows Time Gap Before Search And Rescue

According to a preliminary report released concerning Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370), air traffic controllers did not realize the plane was missing until 17 minutes after it disappeared from civilian radar. The report, analyzed in an article by The Associated Press, is a mere five pages and includes mostly information that was previously known to the public. In a press …

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Malaysia Airlines Wreckage to be Surveyed Underwater

On April 5, the international search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 had its biggest discovery to date – a ping from below the ocean’s surface. The ping was discovered by the Ocean Shield, an Australian navy ship towing a US Navy ping locator. Three days after the first two initial pings were discovered, two more pings were heard, …

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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Nearly Found?

In a short time the black box belonging to Flight MH370 will run out of battery life. That is, if the black boxes on the plane haven’t lost power already. Time is not on the side of the international joint search effort hoping to find the lost airplane. On Tuesday, it will have been a full month since the Malaysia …

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Malaysia Airlines Flight Simulator News Update

We told you recently that investigators had finished their comb-through of all the passengers of flight MH370. The police Inspector-General had determined that there was no reason to suspect anyone with a ticket of hijacking, sabotage, psychological, or personal problems that might have led to the disappearance of the airliner. However, we did note that the cabin crew, pilot and …

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Black Box Data Detector: Why Did It Take So Long?

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing on the morning of March 8th. Nearly three weeks later, a warship equipped with a black box detector will be used to attempt to find the missing plane. It comes by way of the United States. For those who have been following the increasingly bewildering and frustrating search for the missing jetliner, the first …

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Black Box Data: Lost MH370 Fuels Live-Streaming Talk

With the fate of Malaysia flight MH370 still uncertain three weeks after the plane’s disappearance, a debate has reignited over the possibility of live streaming a plane’s flight data and voice recorders — known as the “black box” — during all flights. Currently, air accident investigators have to wait for the recovery of the black box before they can reliably …

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Flight MH370 Victims’ Families Upset Over Text

For eighteen days, family members have been anxiously awaiting news about their loved ones, who were on board the Malaysia Airline’s flight MH370 when it crashed into the ocean. They have pleaded for any information they could get, and had remained hopeful that their family members would be found and returned home safely. Sadly, this was not the case, as …

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