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O que Ocorreu com o Avião Desaparecido do Voo MH370 da Malaysia Airlines?

by UFOS ONLINE on Aug 8, 2016

Australia hopes new wing part could reveal MH370 clues

Sydney: Australian MH370 search authorities are hopeful a wing part found in Tanzania will shed light on how the flight crashed, amid a lack of public information on debris found a year ago. As the underwater hunt far off Australia’s west coast dra...
by Aviation India on Aug 2, 2016

Rogue pilot may have crashed MH370: Expert

Canberra A leading air crash expert on Monday said the missing Malaysia Airlines fight MH370 was likely to have been in controlled flight as it hit the water, giving life to the theory that it was brought down by a rogue pilot or hijacker. Air crash...
by Aviation India on Aug 1, 2016

Home flight simulator in MH370 captain's home plotted Indian Ocean course - JACC

Sydney: A home flight simulator owned by the pilot of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was used to plot a course to the southern Indian Ocean where the aircraft is believed to have gone missing, the Australian agency in charge of the search sai...
by Aviation India on Jul 28, 2016

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: With search suspended, a cold-case file awaits

Bangkok: For two years and more, it has been a lost ship, a metal container carrying 239 souls that simply disappeared one late Asian night never to be seen again. And now, the search for the remains of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370+ likely will becom...
by Aviation India on Jul 26, 2016

MH370 pilot 'practised flying suicide mission on flight simulator weeks before the airliner disappeared on same route'

The captain of missing flight MH370 practised crashing into the Indian Ocean on a simulator weeks before his plane disappeared, confidential police documents reveal. The documents show that captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah practised flying across remote se...
by Aviation India on Jul 23, 2016

Australia examines suspected MH370 debris

Canberra: A piece of possible aircraft debris suspected to be a part of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 which washed up off the coast of Tanzania, arrived in Australia for examination, officials announced on Tuesday. According to a joint...
by Aviation India on Jul 18, 2016

Bad Weather Holds Up Indian Ocean Search for MH370 Aircraft

Sydney, Australia: Adverse weather has caused a delay of up to eight weeks in the Indian Ocean search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, search officials said on Wednesday, pushing the hunt well beyond an expected conclusion date of mid-2016...
by Aviation India on Jul 6, 2016

Weather slows MH370 search

Efforts to locate missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have been hampered by poor weather in the Indian Ocean, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) says. In its weekly operational update, the ATSB said it had less than 10,000 square kilom...
by Aviation India on Jul 6, 2016

Malaysia, China, Aust to meet on MH370

Flight MH370, carrying 239 passengers and crew, disappeared on March 8, 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Six Australians and 153 Chinese nationals were on board. A wing part, known as a flaperon, washed up on the French island of Reunion i...
by Aviation India on Jul 2, 2016

MH370: Searchers looking in wrong place, computer study shows

On a day when the future of the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 appeared in doubt, a new computer analysis of ocean drift patterns, tracing the possible paths of debris from the Boeing 777-200 found off the coast of southeastern Afr...
by Aviation India on Jul 2, 2016

UK firm which tracked flight MH370 will fit new 'black box in the cloud' system to Airbuses

A new satellite tracking system is to be fitted to Airbus passenger planes that could render the black box system obsolete and help prevent air disasters. British company Inmarsat, which helped determine the likely flight path of downed Malaysia Airl...
by Aviation India on Jul 2, 2016

Suspected MH370 Debris To Be Analysed In Tanzania

Zanzibar, Tanzania: Aircraft debris found off the Tanzanian island of Zanzibar was handed over to the authorities on Friday for analysis to determine if it is from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Fishermen who found the suspected wing fragme...
by Aviation India on Jul 2, 2016

Amateur MH370 sleuth releases pictures of personal items found near plane wreckage

An amateur MH370 sleuth has released photographs of 20 personal items he says may belong to passengers who were aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines plane. Blaine Gibson, a US lawyer dubbed a "real life Indiana Jones", recently set up camp...
by Aviation India on Jun 20, 2016

More likely MH370 broke into pieces to a gory end, says expert

Kuala Lumpur:  More and more experts are now saying they believe the lost MH370 aircraft broke into pieces in air, or on collision with the sea. Days after the MH370 went missing, former Indonesian President and aviation expert Burhanuddin Habibie...
by Aviation India on Jun 6, 2016

Africa: Malaysia permitted to use Mozambique, South Africa waters in MH370 search

The Republic of Mozambique and South Africa have agreed to allow Malaysia to use their waters to continue the search for the vanished Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Flight MH370 jetline. Transport[...] The... This is a content summary only. Visit www.cp-a...

MH370: DCA to send experts upon confirmation from Mauritius on new debris found

The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) is waiting for confirmation from the Mauritius regulatory body before they can send its expert team to the actual location where another piece of plane debris was discovered last week. Its director-general Datuk...
by Aviation India on Apr 4, 2016

MH370: Possible 'most revealing so far' debris washes up off coast of Africa

A new piece of possible Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 debris, discovered last week by tourists on the island of Rodrigues, about 1,200 miles off the coast of east Africa, may tell investigators more about what might have happened to the mysteriously...
by Aviation India on Apr 4, 2016

Debris found in Mauritius to be examined by MH370 investigators

Australia said that a piece of suspected aeroplane debris found east of Africa on a Mauritian island will be examined to see if it is part of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which went missing two years ago in one of the world's greatest aviation myste...
by Aviation India on Apr 2, 2016

MH370 relatives want definitive answer from authorities on debris

Shah Alam: With the discovery of more debris, possibly from flight MH370, family members of the missing crew want the authorities to provide concrete answers on the missing plane, to bring closure to the family members involved. Jacquita Gonzales, wi...
by Aviation India on Mar 25, 2016


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