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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Malaysia Airlines Flight 370’

TransAsia Airways Plane Crashes, 47 Dead

A TransAsia Airways turboprop airplane crashed on an island near Taiwan on Wednesday, killing 47 people. The crash set buildings on fire, however no one in those buildings suffered injuries or died. The plane–a 70-seat ATR 72–was making its second attempt at landing on the island of Makong during a severe thunderstorm. Eleven of the TransAsia Airways passengers were transported …

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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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Malaysia Airlines Search Dives Deep With Robotics

β€œIt is time to go underwater.” Since March 8 when Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished with 239 people on board, investigators have been looking desperately for clues ranging from surface debris to transmissions which were thought to come from one or both of the black boxes on the international passenger flight. Those pings have since stopped. 38 days after the …

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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 β€” known as the “black box” β€” 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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Malaysian Flight 370 Found? Crashed In Indian Ocean

After weeks of speculation as to the fate of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, Malaysian government officials announced today that they are certain the plane went down in the southern Indian Ocean and that there are no survivors. It is also heavily speculated that the debris spotted by multiple rescue planes likely belongs to what’s left of the crashed plane. The …

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Malaysia Airlines Flight: China Shares Debris Photo

Yet another satellite image has been released that identifies possible debris from Flight 370. This time the nation of China has come forward with a satellite photo taken on Tuesday at around noon. The significance of this image is that it places the missing Malaysia Airlines flight in the same area of the remote Indian Ocean as the Australian satellite …

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Malaysia Airlines: Search For MH370 Debris Continues

A major break in the case of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has led to a massive search of the freezing southern waters of the Indian Ocean. An Australian satellite photo showed chunks of what could be debris from the plane. Because of the volume of satellite images that had to be sorted through, it took some time to make …

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Malaysia Airlines Flight: Did Fishermen See Plane?

An increasing number of eyewitness sightings are being shared with the public as the search for Flight MH370 approaches the end of a second unsuccessful week. Fishermen claim to have seen the Boeing 777 flying abnormally low and then crash into the waters of the Strait of Malacca. A fisherman named Hendra told this to state news agency Antara while …

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Malaysia Airlines Flight: Rupert Murdoch Tweets

Australian-born media mogul, Rupert Murdoch, took to Twitter over the weekend to offer his theory on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370. According to Businessweek, Murdoch’s empire is vast. “His satellites deliver TV programs in five continents, all but dominating Britain, Italy, and wide swaths of Asia and the Middle East. He publishes 175 newspapers, including the New York …

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Malaysia Air Flight 370: Here Are The Biggest Questions

Controversy still surrounds Malaysia Airlines flight 370, the flight that mysteriously disappeared off the radar on March 8, carrying 239 passengers. While many speculators believe the plane was most likely hijacked, there are still several questions left unanswered by the bizarre disappearance of flight 370. The biggest question is, well, where exactly is the plane now? CNN reports that search …

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