Officials confirmed on Thursday, a large piece of aircraft debris discovered on an island off the coast of East Africa in June was from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Malaysian Transport.. Source: Wochit News -
More debris from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has brought a new mystery into the plane's disappearance and subsequent crash. Pieces recovered near Sainte Luce, in southeastern Madagascar may offer.. Source: Wochit News -
More than two years after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014, investigators still aren't sure what exactly happened to the plane or its 239.. Source: IBTimesTV -
Sonar indicates several potential resting areas for the missing 777 at the bottom of the ocean that warrant a closer look, the Australian team in charge says. The undersea search for Malaysia Airlines.. Source: Wochit News -
Experts may come up with a new search area for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. The new model is based on where the first piece of recovered wreckage most likely drifted from after the.. Source: Wochit News -
SYDNEY—A wing flap that washed ashore on an island off Tanzania has been identified as belonging to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Australian officials said Thursday.
The flap was found in.. Epoch Times Also reported by •Seattle Times •FOXNews.com
New alleged debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which went missing in March 2014, has been discovered in Madagascar.
In all, five new pieces of debris were found, and two fragments appear to.. Epoch Times
Relatives of some of the 239 passengers and crew on missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are calling for more of its possible debris to be examined to define a new search area Newsday Also reported by •Seattle Times •FOXNews.com
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A daughter of a passenger on board the missing Malaysia airliner says several relatives of victims will fly to Australia on Tuesday in a quest to better understand.. Seattle Times Also reported by •FOXNews.com
Australian investigators believe a Boeing 777 flap found off Tanzania in June—which experts say is “highly likely” to be from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370—offers the best new clue to the.. Wall Street Journal