Everything is moving so slowly around the disappearance of flight MH370, including the implementation of safety reforms and the search for the missing plane.
After a double tragedy Malaysia Air couldn't take half measures to save itself. It appears that it didn't.
The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has prompted a slew of changes to aviation standards, but it will be years before they are all enacted.
The time it will take to implement this is a stark reminder of how slowly the aviation industry moves.
It would have been great if the airlines had made more progress on a flight tracking system over this last year.
It will be great to have an end to this tragic story.
We'll wait to see what the researchers have to say.
We aren't convinced the leaders making the choices here have any idea what they're doing.
Problems with regulators and safety training point to where the problem starts here, and that's with airline leadership too eager to expand and governments that to inept or outclassed to do their duty for passengers.