Latest articles on MH370

Expert behind new MH370 search hopeful of find within a month

The search relies on a multitude of evidence and analysis that has allowed scientists over the past four years to zero in on likely crash sites.

Australia, Malaysia, China halt MH370 underwater search

The deep-sea hunt for missing flight MH370 has been suspended after nearly three years without result.

MH370 debris found: Will it solve the mystery of how the flight vanished?

Officials have confirmed that a wing fragment found last month belonged to MH370. What does it mean for the continuing search for the missing plane?

Malaysia Airlines cans ‘bucket list’ ad campaign

A campaign aimed at reviving Malaysia Airlines after deadly plane crashes has been changed after criticism over its ill-conceived name.

Malaysia finally releases MH370 satellite data

Malaysia's government has released the raw satellite data used to track missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in response to pressure from relatives.

Submarine to complete search for missing Malaysian plane in week

The unmanned Bluefin21 submarine will search a patch of the Indian Ocean seabed for another week, before the search area for MH370 is expanded.

MH370 search team finds ‘promising’ acoustic lead

An Australian navy ship has detected new underwater signals consistent with aircraft "black boxes", says the chief of the MH370 search.

Malaysia releases transcript of last words from MH370

Authorities have released the full transcript of communications between the missing plane and air traffic control before it dropped off the radar.

Search for Flight MH370 ‘could take years’

Ten ships and as many aircraft are searching for missing Flight MH370 in a massive area in the Indian Ocean west of Perth.

Malaysia Airlines, Boeing face potential lawsuit over MH370

A US law firm representing the families has filed a petition to gain access to evidence of possible aircraft design and manufacturing defects.

Chinese plane spots white object in Malaysia Airlines debris zone

A plane crew has spotted a white, square-shaped object in an area identified by satellite images as containing possible debris from flight MH370.

Australia PM hopeful after China spots possible Malaysia plane debris

Australia's prime minister is hopeful of a breakthrough in the hunt for flight MH370 as satellite images show possible debris in the Indian Ocean.

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