Malaysia Air Starting to See Results From Post-Tragedies Turnaround Strategy - Skift

In a way, it's unsurprising that turning around Malaysia Airlines has taken such a long time, given that its struggles pre-date the twin tragedies. The scale of the task proved too much for previous chief executive Cristoph Mueller, but it looks like ...

MH370 families seethe over 'shameful' Malaysia Airlines photo - The Australian

Families of Australians lost on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 expressed outrage at the airline yesterday for posting a photograph of two happy pilots in a cockpit on the same day hopes of finding their loved ones' resting place were crushed by an ...

Why the Search for MH370 Is Not Really Over - Popular Mechanics

Australia, China, and Malaysia suspended the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, but that is not the end. Most Popular. Getty. Created with Sketch. By Barbara Peterson. Jan 18, 2017. The news came yesterday that the three countries leading the ...

After nearly three years the search for flight MH370 has officially been called off - News24

The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 ended on Tuesday, after nearly three years of multi-million dollar quest to find remains. "Despite every effort using the best science available ... the search has not been able to locate the ...

MH370: Hunt over but questions remain - Asian Correspondent

THE nearly three-year wait for answers to Flight MH370's mysterious disappearance came to an abrupt end on Tuesday when authorities in Malaysia, Australia and China agreed to call off the search for the still-missing jetliner. The decision has since ...

MH370 Suspension Could Usher In A New Dawn For Australia And Malaysia's Relations - Forbes

The calm momentum of Sydney's mid-week humdrum today is in stark contrast to the reaction that occurred almost three years ago when news had broke that Malaysian Airlines flight 370 had disappeared from the radars of aircraft control a mere hour into ...

Chinese families of missing passengers 'outraged' by decision to call off underwater search for Malaysian Airlines ... - South China Morning Post

Relatives of missing Chinese passengers on board of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 are “outraged and disappointed” by the decision to suspend the international underwater search for the missing plane that vanished without trace three years ago. In a ...

The search for MH370 is over: what we learnt and where to now - The Conversation AU

Filipino artists painted an image of MH370 at a high school in the Philippines in 2014 to express solidarity and hope for the passengers and crew of the missing flight. EPA/Amiel Meneses. The search for MH370 is over: what we learnt and where to now.

Were opportunities for clues from MH370 debris missed? - Phys.Org

In this July 29, 2015, file photo, French police officers carry a piece of debris from a plane known as a "flaperon" on the shore of Saint-Andre, Reunion Island. While search crews spent years trawling in futility through a remote patch of …more ...

No End To MH370 Tragedy For Families Of Victims: Could Things Have Been Different? - Forbes

This is a guest post by Mary Schiavo. Mary is an attorney and the former Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Transportation. An advocate for improved transport safety and accountability, she has appeared regularly on CNN as an analyst covering ...

MH370 search op suspended: Chinese families call it 'wrong, irresponsible' - Hindustan Times

Members of at least three families of victims from Beijing termed the move as insensitive. At least one of them said even the Chinese working group for affected families had stopped communicating. world Updated: Jan 18, 2017 18:45 IST. Sutirtho Patranobis

Upset Chinese relatives of missing MH370 passengers demand search to continue - The Straits Times

The Australian government said on Wednesday it was not ruling out a future underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, but added there was currently no credible new evidence to warrant it.

Australia defends suspending 'unprecedented' search for MH370 jet - CBC.ca

Australian officials defended their suspension of the fruitless deep-sea sonar search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, insisting on Wednesday that the enormous costs involved played no role in their decision to halt the nearly three-year hunt ...

MH370: Decision to end search for missing plane is incomprehensible - CNN

Richard Quest is CNN's aviation correspondent and author of "The Vanishing of Flight MH370," a new book that examines the flight's disappearance, two years on. The opinions in this commentary are his. (CNN) It is nearly three years since Malaysia ...

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Victims' Relatives Plead for Search to Continue - Wall Street Journal

Family members of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370's victims rejected the decision to suspend the deep-ocean search for the airliner and urged officials to continue the hunt until the plane is found. Relatives said the underwater search should be expanded ...

Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Suspended - Wall Street Journal

1/17/2017 6:31AM. The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 threatens to remain one of the great unsolved aviation mysteries as authorities call off the search after nearly three fruitless years. Photo: Getty. Recommended for you. 1:04 Up Next ...

Australia says suspended MH370 search could resume in future - Reuters

SYDNEY Australia said on Wednesday it was not ruling out a future underwater search for a missing Malaysia Airlines passenger jet as families of those on board criticised the decision to suspend the hunt after three fruitless years. The location of ...

Flight MH370: Another search still possible, Australia says - BBC News

Australia's transport minister has said the search for flight MH370 could resume in the future, but only if "credible new evidence" emerges. Australia, Malaysia and China ended the Indian Ocean hunt on Tuesday, almost three years after the jet went ...

Australia defends end of MH370 search, future hunt not ruled out - Economic Times

MELBOURNE: Australia's transport minister Wednesday defended the suspension of the undersea hunt for MH370, after relatives of passengers slammed the decision, and added that it could resume if "credible new evidence" emerges. Australia, Malaysia ...

'We will keep fighting': end of MH370 search a blow to Australian victims' families - The Guardian

Following the announcement of an end to the MH370 search, victim's wife says Malaysian government should realise she and other relatives will never stop fighting for the truth. Photograph: Julian Smith/EPA. Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 ...