Plane debris which washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion and is thought to belong to the vanished Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was flown to France on Friday for checks officials hope could provide some insight into the disaster.
Discovery of the debris, which may finally confirm the plane crashed into the sea after veering off course from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers and crew, could help end 16 months of lingering uncertainty for relatives.
An unwrapped moist towelette branded with the Malaysia Airlines logo has been found on a beach in West Australia — and it’s now being tested to see if it is the first confirmed piece of evidence from the airline’s missing plane.
The package was found by a couple strolling the beach near the town of Cervantes, Nine News reports.
Flight MH370 may have been deliberately flown off course by someone in the cockpit, a new documentary claims.
Aviation disaster experts have analysed satellite data from the lost Malaysian Airlines flight and discovered that the plane flew on for hours after losing contact.
Kiwi oil rig worker Mike McKay claims the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is misplaced. He was fired from his job after claiming he saw the aircraft “come down” in 2014, but he still stands by what he believed he had seen.
A few days after the Boeing 777 aircraft mysteriously disappeared, McKay, who had been working as a drilling fluids consultant in Vietnam since 2008, notified his employers of what he believed he saw, a burning plane he thought was the MH370. He wasn’t sure if his employers passed on his email to the authorities so he decided to email Vietnamese authorities and the New Zealand embassies as well.
Doomed flight MH370 was shot down by the United States after being remotely hacked, a former airline boss has claimed.
Ex-Proteus Airlines head Marc Dugain has added to mountains of conspiracy theories surrounding the missing aircraft by suggesting the US Air Force blew the plane out of the sky.