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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Malaysia Airlines

This year
International team blames Putin for supplying missile that shot down Malaysia Airlines MH17
The announcement comes after a Dutch court convicted two Russians and a Ukrainian rebel for their roles in shooting down the Boeing 777 almost ten years ago.
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'It was like hell': Passengers terrified as 'shaking' Malaysia Airlines flight forced turn back
Flight MH122 was heading from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur when one of its engines shut down.
The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is back on
A private US firm has departed from South Africa into the Indian Ocean.
'It's a form of national service': Malaysia Airlines' CEO on why he's returning to Ryanair
Incoming operations chief Peter Bellew also described the crisis-hit airline as ‘Ireland’s greatest company’.
Netherlands vows to prosecute anyone suspected of shooting down Malaysia Airlines flight
Most of the 298 victims were Dutch citizens.
'Presumed dead': The plane that vanished into thin air with 239 people on board
The search for the Malaysia Airlines flight was called off earlier this week.
Search for missing flight MH370 called off after 3 years
The Malaysia Airlines aircraft disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on 8 March, 2014.
Pilot of missing MH370 flew same route on home simulator
Zaharie Ahmad Shah conducted the test flight on the route just weeks prior to MH370′s disappearance.
Passengers on Malaysia Airlines flight from London to Kuala Lumpur injured due to turbulence
In a statement the airline pointed out that the weather event “was entirely beyond our control”.
The massive search for MH370 is to end this August
Other possibilities will be looked at, including the “rogue pilot” theory that the captain deliberately crashed it into the sea.
Washed up engine part and work table 'almost certainly' from missing flight MH370
The two pieces were found 220km apart in December and February.
Malaysia Airlines investigates 'mix-up' that sent plane flying in wrong direction
“The safety of both passengers and crew were never compromised at any time,” the airline said.
The mystery of flight MH370 is looking no closer to being solved
A piece of the wing found off Reunion island hasn’t yielded many fresh clues.
MH370 search: Debris found on remote island is from a Boeing 777
A bag was also found washed up on the beach.
The former head of Aer Lingus is axeing 6000 staff at his new airline
The man dubbed The Terminator says Malaysia Airlines is “technically bankrupt”.
No one is giving up in the search for MH370
“We are confident we have the best search equipment .. if the plane is in the area we will find it.”
Volcano and mountains found, but still no plane in search for MH370
Today marks one year since the Malaysia Airlines flight disappeared.
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After 327 days, Malaysia says MH370 disappearance was an accident
The announcement was made this morning to the dismay of victims’ families.
Hackers claiming to support Islamic State have done this to Malaysia Airlines
It is the latest attack linked to a group calling itself the Lizard Squad.
Search for plane with 162 people on board called off for the night
AirAsia Indonesia flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic controllers over the Java Sea.
Aer Lingus's CEO is going to be the new boss of Malaysia Airlines
He previously occupied top positions at German flag carrier Lufthansa and the former Belgian carrier Sabena.
Malaysia Airlines forced to apologise for questionable tweet
The airline is struggling to deal with the loss of two passenger flights in 2014.
MH370 could be declared "lost" - meaning the search would be over
However, the airline says that it is committed to finding the plane.
Final victims of MH17 crash may never be found --- Dutch minister
“We cannot say at this moment in any certain way … at what moment and even if we can recover the last nine”
As family sues over MH370, Malaysia Airlines must prove it wasn't to blame
The airline is being sued over breach of contract because Jee Jing Hang wasn’t delivered to his destination.
After months of mapping mystery part of Indian Ocean, desolate search for MH370 resumes
The area was largely unknown to scientists before the new maps were made.
251 passengers who died on flight MH17 have now been identified
26 victims were named this week, 19 of whom were Dutch.
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Everyone’s talking about a report into the MH17 crash, Greyhound strike in the High Court, and Apple’s new phone.
Flight MH17 broke up in the air after being pierced by 'high-energy objects'
The Dutch Safety Board has published its first report into the deadly incident today.
Who or what downed MH17? Investigators to release crash report
The West has blamed the pro-Russia rebels, Russia has blamed Ukraine, but the investigators will now give their opinion.
Malaysia Airlines to fire 6,000 workers and set up new company
That’s nearly one third of the workforce.
Couple charged with theft from passengers of missing flight MH370
Yesterday, Australia’s Prime Minister says there is still “a reasonable chance” of finding the plane.
21 more MH17 victims identified as investigators leave crash site
‘The fact that we are now leaving the crash site doesn’t mean we have ceased investigating the cause of the disaster,’ said Dutch PM on Wednesday.
Troubled Malaysia Airlines shares suspended as it prepares to go private
The airline lost 443m ringgit in the first quarter of this year.
Shelling hampers search as experts continue to scour MH17 site
Armed rebel fighters have remained at the scene to keep an eye on the gathered journalists.
Two weeks on, investigators have finally started working at the MH17 crash site
Many bodies have yet to be recovered because of the fighting.
Downing of flight MH17 'may amount to a war crime'
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights added that an “effective” investigation is needed.
Australian and Dutch police scrap MH17 site visit over security worries
Police officers from the two countries were due to recover victims’ remains from the site but heavy shelling has been reported in the village next to the crash site.
There are still human remains at the MH17 crash site
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said this makes it more important than ever that an international team be dispatched to the scene.