Thursday, June 26
Malaysia Airlines (MASM.KL) Flight MH370 was most likely on autopilot when it crashed into the Indian Ocean further south than previously thought, Australian officials said on Thursday, as they charted the next phase of a so far fruitless search.
Wednesday, April 09
A ship searching for the missing Malaysian Airlines jet has detected two more underwater signals that may be emanating from the aircraft's black boxes, and the Australian official in charge of the search expressed hope Wednesday that the plane's wreckage will soon be found.
Monday, April 07
An Australian navy vessel picked up two extended signals from deep underwater in the past 24 hours, in what authorities said was the best lead yet in a monthlong search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
Sunday, April 06
Search teams were investigating reports of three possible ‘pings’ on Sunday, as a senior Malaysian official claimed Flight MH370 may have been ‘purposely’ steered around Indonesian airspace in order to avoid radar detection as it flew to the southern Indian Ocean
Thursday, April 03
Many have pointed to lessons learned -- and heeded -- from the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Wednesday, April 02
Absent any explanation supported by evidence for what may have happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, the inspector general of Malaysian police said Wednesday that authorities were redoubling their efforts -- but he pleaded for patience.
Tuesday, April 01
They were words heard around the world as investigators searched for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane. Weeks ago, Malaysian authorities said the last message from the airplane cockpit was, "All right, good night."
Sunday, March 30
As the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 turned up fresh potential clues, dozens of anguished Chinese relatives on Sunday demanded that Malaysia provide them with evidence on the fate of their loved ones aboard the missing 777.
Friday, March 28
The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 shifted to another section of the southern Indian Ocean on Friday after new analysis by investigators indicated that the aircraft was traveling faster than previously thought — and therefore ran out of fuel much sooner.
Thursday, March 27
Severe weather on Thursday halted an air and sea search for a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet presumed crashed in the southern Indian Ocean, frustrating hopes of finding what new satellite images showed could be a large debris field.