Articles tagged “mh370”

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Search Area for Missing MH 370 Flight Is About to Get Bigger

Search Area for Missing MH 370 Flight Is About to Get Bigger

Eileen Ng, Associated Press

We aren't convinced the leaders making the choices here have any idea what they're doing.

3 years ago

Missing Malaysia Airlines Searchers Think They’re Closing in Rapidly on Site

Missing Malaysia Airlines Searchers Think They’re Closing in Rapidly on Site

David Fickling, Bloomberg

3 years ago

Asian Aviation Boom Creating Safety Challenges Across the Region

Asian Aviation Boom Creating Safety Challenges Across the Region

Kelvin Chan, Associated Press

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.

3 years ago

3 Ways Disappearance of MH370’s Changed Malaysia

Adam Minter, Bloomberg

3 years ago

Malaysia Airlines MH 370 Search May Start Over if Failures Persist

Malaysia Airlines MH 370 Search May Start Over if Failures Persist

Eileen Ng, Associated Press

Readjusting assumptions and dealing with some of the inherent political conflicts driving the search isn't a bad idea at all.

3 years ago

Malaysia Airlines in Overhaul Mode One Year After MH 370 Disappearance

Malaysia Airlines in Overhaul Mode One Year After MH 370 Disappearance

Kelvin Chan and Eileen Ng, Associated Press

The role of a legacy national carrier is under threat everywhere, but no more so than Asia where low-cost upstarts have completely changed the game. A legacy carrier that had a year like Malaysia Airlines had will have to work extra hard to survive.

3 years ago

Airlines Make Baby Steps on Flight Tracking a Year After Flight 370 Vanished

Airlines Make Baby Steps on Flight Tracking a Year After Flight 370 Vanished

Scott Mayerowitz and David Koenig, Associated Press

If airlines could figure out how to attache an ancillary fee to flight tracking we'd already have this problem solved.

3 years ago

Countries Begin Debate Over Paying for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Search

Countries Begin Debate Over Paying for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Search

David Fickling, Bloomberg

Hopefully the countries will get some work done here rather than have to sit through grandstanding by people like Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

3 years ago

Plane Tracking Pilot Program to Begin in Australia, Malaysia and Indonesia

Plane Tracking Pilot Program to Begin in Australia, Malaysia and Indonesia

Kristen Gelineau, Associated Press

It's not a huge move, but that fact that something is happening at all is notable.

3 years ago

Malaysia Airlines Tries to Hit ‘Reset’ With Two Short Films

Malaysia Airlines Tries to Hit ‘Reset’ With Two Short Films

Joyce Manalo, Skift

Regaining the trust from flyers after two crashes is a daunting task, but Malaysia Airlines forges ahead.

3 years ago

Hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Approaches the One-Year Mark

Hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Approaches the One-Year Mark

Niluksi Koswanage, David Fickling and Haixing Jin, Bloomberg

3 years ago

Chinese MH370 Relatives Demand Government Retract Death Confirmation

Chinese MH370 Relatives Demand Government Retract Death Confirmation

Didi Tang, Associated Press

The Malaysian government's statement was an effort to move forward with the next step of the tragedy, but relatives are understandably uninterested in anything besides continuing the search.

3 years ago