Ships taking part in the massive search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 retrieved debris in the ocean Saturday.
Dallas-based aviation consultant, Ken Jenkins, has advised Malaysia Airlines on how to console families.
The Malaysia Airlines jetliner with 239 passengers and crew aboard “ended” its journey in the southern Indian Ocean, the Malaysian prime minister announced on Monday.
Reinforced doors, body scanners, pat-downs, elaborate crew maneuvers when a pilot has to use the restroom…but what if the pilot is the problem?
Search planes are again in the skies over the southern Indian Ocean trying to locate Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that vanished with 239 people aboard more than two weeks ago.
It’s a mystery still baffling investigators nine days later: Where is Malaysia Air flight 370? Authorities are now focusing on the pilot and co-pilot. Experts say the issue of the missing plane could lead to more scrutiny of flight crews.
Malaysian authorities say the number of countries involved in the search for the missing jetliner has increased to 25.
The family of a North Texas man who is among the 239 missing passenger aboard the Malaysia Airlines flight that went missing over the South China Sea is leaning on faith and holding out hope for good news about the man they last saw about a week ago.
Twenty employees of an Austin-based technology company on board the missing Malaysia Airlines flight were en route to a business meeting in China, a spokeswoman for the tech firm said Sunday.