After refusing for more than year to provide any corporate records to assist compensation claim against it, Malaysia Airlines has suddenly changed course and agreed to hand over almost all of the documents it has been so desperate to keep secret.
Allianz reportedly offering $250,000 capped payments for each Australian victim
Documents released include crew medical certificates, operational notes, procedures, flight plan
Allianz is nearly all that is legally left of MH brand since the entity now flying it claims no legal obligation
The surprise development emerged dur
Campaigners for families of those on board missing flight MH370 have released photographs of personal items that washed up on a Madagascar beach, hoping to identify them.
Some 20 items found include purses, backpacks and part of a laptop case.
There are no labels identifying them as belonging to the 239 people on board the jet that vanished two years ago.
New pieces of debris have been found in Madagascar by a man searching for parts of missing flight MH370.
Blaine Gibson, who has already found possible debris in Mozambique, made the latest discovery on the east coast of Madagascar.
One of the parts resembles an aeroplane seat part. Mr Gibson has sent images of the finds to investigators.
MH370, flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, had 239 people on board when it vanished in March 2014.
A FOREIGN government agency is about to take over the search for MH370 after a fruitless two years scouring the southern Indian Ocean under the direction of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB)
The country that has stepped up to the plate is China and the agency is the China Rescue and Salvage Bureau of the Ministry of Communications.
With two new pieces ‘almost certainly’ from the jet, we have the first indication that at least part of the cabin did not go to the bottom of the sea immediately.
For the first time there are indications that when Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 hit the water its fuselage was torn open by the impact.
A piece of debris found on a beach in South Africa will be analysed to see if it belongs to missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, authorities have said.
Malaysia said it would send a team to retrieve the possible piece of aircraft engine inlet cowling, which was found near Mossel Bay, a small town in Western Cape province on the southern coast.
The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) said in a statement: “The necessary arrangements are under way for the evaluation and collection of the part, which, if it indeed belongs to an aircraft, will then be handed over to Malaysian auth
Malaysia will not conduct an official memorial service on the second anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai reportedly said Monday. The news comes as the search area for the missing Boeing 777-200 narrows before efforts are called off in June.
Newly appointed Transport Minister Darren Chester has sought a “detailed briefing” on the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 following the admission by Australian Transport Safety Bureau chief commissioner Martin Dolan that the “rogue pilot” theory he had rejected could be correct after all.
Aviation experts are divided on whether a new search based on a pilot gliding the aircraft to the water would be worthwhile.