On 8 March 2014 Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing disappeared over the South China Sea carrying 239 people. Five years later, their loved ones are still seeking answers, and hoping for closure. Groups meet up regularly to seek comfort in each other, campaigners plead with officials for the search to continue, and many refuse to give up hope that their friends and relatives are still alive.
It discounts one of the major theories about the tragedy.
No one was piloting Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 when it crashed, a new analysis has suggested. A new technical report
The theory appears in a book called The Crash Detectives.
The world is more transfixed by the loss of Flight MH370 than any other recent aviation disaster; but not so much because we want to know why, as where.
Full analysis of the debris could take longer than originally expected. The Associated Press reports that the part could
French law enforcement is on site to examine a piece of airplane wing, with French television airing video from its Reunion
Investigators will not expand the search zone for missing Malaysian Flight MH370, Australian officials announced on Wednesday
As the world looks back and takes stock, many are overlooking what may be the most significant clue of all, a subtle and easy-to-overlook detail of the flight's communication logs upon which the whole case may hinge.
Doomed flight MH370 was shot down by the United States after being remotely hacked, a former airline boss has claimed. Ex