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Australian Authorities Suspend Search For the Day Of MH370

The search for debris in the Indian Ocean of defunct Malaysia Airlines aircraft was suspended on Thursday. The authority of Australian Maritime Safety (AMSA) said that operations will continue on Friday morning. Australian authorities had seen via satellite two objects that could belong to the plane, which disappeared on March 8 with 239 people on board while they were covering the route between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing. Aircraft and ships were sent to the area from Australia, New Zealand and United States to track these objects, which are 2,500 kilometres of Perth, on the southwest coast of Australia. The largest…
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Plane Deliberately Tried to Evade Radar

The plane disappeared which disappeared 40 minutes after takeoff on March 8 with 239 people aboard descended to 5,000 feet to avoid being detected by the commercial radar. Malaysia Airline's B777-200 aircraft data analysis reveals that the plane descended 1,500 meters to disappear from the radar map, while it changed course with destination to a unknown whereabouts. Researchers suggest that this "masking" had served the aircraft to fly over the Bay of Bengal and go to the North land inside. "The person in charge of the aircraft has a solid knowledge of navigation and radar, left a clean track", said…
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Plane Lands Safely After Losing Part Of Its Wing

A Delta plane managed to land without incident Sunday in Atlanta after losing part of the fuselage of the right wing, according to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The breakdown occurred during flight 2412 which left Orlando, when a part of the right wing, 1 meter by meters, snapped for unknown reasons. The plane, according to federal aviation authorities, landed at 19:10 local time in the Atlanta Airport, where it was towed to the landing zone, without any registered injuries. The Delta spokesperson, Anthony Black,said that all the passengers remained calm during the flight and there was no sense of danger at…
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Chinese Seismologists Recorded Incident On Ocean Floor

The Chinese press reported that seismologists in Beijing detected an incident on the ocean floor about 200 kilometers northeast of the last point of contact with the missing Malaysian Airlines aircraft. The scientists pointed out that it is an area in the South China Sea where there has been previous seismic activity. The movement registered on the ocean floor could have been caused, according to Xinhua public agency, by the fall of the plane in the water. However, United States officials said that new data would lead the search for the aircraft in the Indian Ocean.
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Chinese Satellite Images Are Not the Lost Malaysian Plane

Malaysian authorities reported that Chinese satellite images allegedly showed wreckage disappeared on Saturday were wrong. Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein told reporters at a Kuala Lumpur that a Malaysian Navy aircraft had moved to where the pictures showed three objects floating but had found nothing . Hussein added that the Chinese authorities had indicated that these images had been released by mistake. The minister also denied the reports that the plane's engines traveling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing continued to send information after contact with the aircraft was lost. "The situation is unprecedented . MH370 ( the flight number of the missing…
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Family Heard The Last Communication From Missing Plane

Relatives of the 154 Chinese passengers on the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 that disappeared last Friday heard the communication of aircraft pilots with air traffic controllers in Malaysia and Vietnam before the disappearance of the aircraft. The family gathered in a hotle in Beijing demanding to hear the dialogue that developed in the cabin before the plane vanished from radar. Representatives of the airline told relatives that the plane was flying over the sea border between Malaysia and Vietnam, and was informed of this by the control tower in Malaysia, to which one of the pilots of the plane said…
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Vietnam Authorities Rule Out New Information Pertaining to the Malayasia Airlines Flight

Vietnam Authorities ruled out possible new information about the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. One oil worker claimed to have seen a burning plane fall from the sky about 300 kilometers from the coast, but members of the Vietnam army said that such information was false. Malaysian authorities reported that they have reduced their search efforts in the western area of the Malay Peninsula, ignoring the information on whether the plane would have changed its trajectory during flight.
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Malaysia Airlines Flight Changed Its Route

Malaysia Airlines plane turned west, deviating from its planned route, before disappearing, according to information of a military radar, said the Malaysian Air Force. The flight MH370 disappeared on Saturday with 239 people on board while covering the route between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing an hour after takeoff. Meanwhile, two Iranian citizens, ages 19 and 30, were traveling with passports stolen in the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 which disappeared last Friday, Interpol said. The men were identified as Pouri Nourmohamadi and Seyed Mohammadreza Delavar and did not have any links with terrorist organizations, as initially suspected.
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Lost Malaysian Airplane: Search Broadened & Oil Stains Discarded

Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, General Director of the Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia, was on hand to talk to the press. Malaysian officials say the search area for the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared last Friday en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, has been amplified on the east coast, and extended to some areas of the west coast. Oil samples found in the South China Sea have been discarded. The officials added that the two passengers traveling on the stolen European passports were not of Asian appearance. The Malaysian police had previously said that they thought they had identified one…
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