Missing Flight MH370 did not crash and its current whereabouts may be known to the Central Intelligence Agency and the Boeing aircraft company, Malaysia’s influential former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad has claimed.
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On the fateful night that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared, officials apparently didn’t notice for 17 minutes that it had gone off radar — and didn’t activate an official rescue operation for four hours.
An Australia based exploration company said it may have found the wreckage of the missing Malaysian Airlines (MAS) MH370 which went missing on March 8.
The fruitless search for the missing Malaysian Airlines jet might have to start all over again from scratch if no clues to its fate are found in coming days, it was claimed today.
A U.S. official with firsthand knowledge of the MH370 investigation told CNN’s Pamela Brown on Monday that a cell phone tower in Penang, Malaysia — about 250 miles from where the flight — disappeared detected the co-pilot’s phone searching for service around the time the plane vanished.
The batteries that power the beacons attached to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370’s black boxes are “most likely” dead or almost depleted, an official with the company that designs and builds the pingers told CNN on Sunday.
The pilot of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 reportedly made a phone call that ‘was abruptly cut off’ before the plane mysteriously vanished. Could this new development be the proof needed to confirm the plane’s possible hijacking?
The painstaking search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 got a vote of confidence Friday that the effort is headed in the right direction, but officials noted that much work remains.
Ocean Shield has been able to reacquire the signals that are consistent with airplane locator beacons on two more occasions — both on Tuesday, said Angus Houston, head of the Australian-led search effort on Wednesday.