Malaysia Airlines

MH370: Simulator Path to Indian Ocean Points to Suicidal Pilot

Malaysian officials have confirmed a report that the pilot of missing Malaysia Airlines 370, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, flew a path into the southern Indian Ocean on his flight simulator — a new piece of information that arouses suspicions once again on Shah’s state of mind when the plane disappeared two years ago.

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Muslim Pilot Flew MH370 into Ocean

A section of wing from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 shows evidence it was extended upon landing, suggesting a rogue pilot brought it down, an air crash expert says.

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Muslim Activist Pilot of MH370 Flew Suicide Route on Home Simulator; Info Suppressed

New York has obtained a confidential document from the Malaysian police investigation into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that shows that the plane’s captain, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, conducted a simulated flight deep into the remote southern Indian Ocean less than a month before the plane vanished under uncannily similar circumstances.

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MH370 Families Clash with Police While Storming Malaysian Embassy in Beijing

The families of passengers of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 stormed the Malaysian embassy in Beijing Friday, objecting to being left out of meetings with Malaysian government officials and demanding Malaysia pay for their flight to Reunion, a remote island in the Indian Ocean where the flaperon part of a Boeing 777 was found this month.

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MH370 Investigators Evacuate Remote Island to Flee Volcanic Eruption

One of the world’s most active volcanos is threatening to derail the nascent investigation of debris that may belong to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on remote Reunion Island. Investigators have been forced to flee as Le Piton de la Fournaise begins to erupt, covering the search area in ash.


Discovery near Madagascar Might Be Missing Malaysian Plane MH370

A man on the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean, located near the African nation of Madagascar, contacted former military pilot Xavier Tytelman about wreckage found there which he believes may be missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. “I’ve


Russia Denounces UN Tribunal for MH17 Suspects

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov blasted a call by five countries to form a United Nations tribunal to prosecute those who shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in Ukraine last July. “We are against it,” he claimed. “We think it is not timely and counterproductive.”


Malaysia Airlines in Trouble Again as Jet Fire Forces Landing

A Malaysia Airlines flight returned safely to Melbourne airport on Friday, having turned back within minutes of take-off after an engine fire alert went off, airport and airline officials said. The Airbus A330 aircraft MH148 was carrying 300 passengers and

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Russian Missile Maker Says BUK Rocket Downed MH17

Moscow (AFP) – The Russian firm making missiles similar to the one the West claims downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in Ukraine said on Tuesday the passenger jet was likely hit by a BUK missile system.


Malaysia Airlines Lays Off 6,000, Announcing ‘Technical’ Bankruptcy

After announcing that the company was “technically bankrupt,” the new CEO of Malaysia Airlines has announced a major overhaul that will see the company cut 6,000 jobs and launch a publicity campaign aimed at getting customers to trust the airline once more following two of history’s greatest aviation disasters.