Sunday, April 13, 2014

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 -- News Updates April 13, 2014

Missing MH370 Plane 'Was Thrown Around Like A Fighter Jet And Flown Under The Radar To Avoid Detection' Malaysian Military Investigators Believe -- Daily Mail

* Search continues - but it is possible plane's black box batteries have failed
* Authorities believe flight MH370 climbed to 45,000ft then dropped to 5,000ft
* The drastic manoeuvres are thought to be a bid to dodge radar signals
* It has been more than a month since the jet disappeared with 239 on board
* International search efforts continue - and now include Royal Navy vessel

The missing Malaysia Airlines plane was 'thrown around like a fighter jet' just after it lost contact with the authorities in a bid to dodge radar, Malaysian military investigators believe.

Flight MH370, which disappeared more than a month ago en route to Beijing, is thought to have climbed to heights of 45,000ft - 10,000ft above its normal altitude - before plummeting to just below 5,000ft.

The new lead in the investigation comes as the methodical search being carried out in the Indian Ocean continues amid fears that the jet's black box may have run out of battery.

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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 -- News Updates April 13, 2014

Malaysia Airlines plane may have been 'thrown around like a fighter jet' by a co-pilot: report -- New York daily News
MH370: transport minister refutes claims pilot made call -- The Telegraph
Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Did stricken jet's co-pilot make last-gasp phone call before it disappeared? -- The Independent
Investigators reveal MH370 co-pilot tried to make a call from his mobile phone after the aircraft 'vanished' but 'was abruptly cut off' as U.S. deny reports the plane landed at their remote military base -- Daily Mail
Flight 370 search continues as black box pings fizzle -- USA Today
Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Pings Go Silent -- IBTimes
Investigators Suspect MH370's Black-Box Batteries Have Died: Report -- Mashable
Malaysia Airlines: Black box batteries thought to have died -- The Telegraph
Missing Plane’s Black Box Batteries May Have Died -- Time
Long hunt looms as Malaysian plane pings go silent -- Irish Times
Missing plane MH370: Abbott says signal 'rapidly fading' -- BBC
Official: Black boxes crucial if those aboard MH370 to be cleared -- CNN
US denies MH370 landed at Diego Garcia military base in Indian Ocean, says report -- MSN News
After missing Malaysian plane's pingers are dead, then what? -- By Tom Watkins, CNN

1 comment:

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