Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 | Wikipedia audio article

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00:04:18 1 Timeline
00:10:23 2 Aircraft
00:12:50 3 Passengers and crew
00:13:27 3.1 Crew
00:15:24 3.2 Passengers
00:16:46 4 spanFlight and disappearance
00:18:33 4.1 Departure
00:20:13 4.2 Communication lost
00:22:00 4.3 spanRadar
00:27:39 4.4 Satellite communication resumes
00:29:06 4.5 Response by air traffic control
00:32:52 4.6 Presumed loss
00:35:49 4.7 Reported sightings
00:37:13 5 Search
00:40:25 5.1 Southeast Asia
00:42:35 5.2 Southern Indian Ocean
00:43:08 5.2.1 Initial search
00:45:56 5.2.2 Underwater search
00:48:42 5.3 2018 search
00:52:25 6 Marine debris
00:53:48 6.1 Flaperon
00:56:17 6.2 Parts from the right stabiliser and right wing
00:58:03 6.3 Other debris
00:59:30 6.4 Flap and further search
01:00:47 7 Investigation
01:00:57 7.1 International participation
01:03:49 7.2 Interim and final reports
01:05:18 7.3 Analysis of satellite communication
01:06:10 7.3.1 Technical background
01:08:15 7.3.2 Communications from 02:25 to 08:19 MYT
01:10:44 7.3.3 Deductions
01:13:03 7.3.4 Analysis
01:16:12 7.4 Possible in-flight events
01:16:21 7.4.1 Power interruption
01:17:36 7.4.2 Unresponsive crew or hypoxia
01:19:24 7.5 Possible causes of disappearance
01:19:34 7.5.1 Passenger involvement
01:21:40 7.5.2 Crew involvement
01:24:28 7.5.3 Cargo
01:27:34 8 spanAftermath
01:27:43 8.1 Information sharing
01:32:31 8.2 Malaysia Airlines
01:34:40 8.2.1 Financial troubles
01:37:10 8.2.2 Compensation for passengers’ next-of-kin
01:40:10 8.3 spanMalaysia
01:43:35 8.4 China
01:44:20 8.4.1 Relatives of passengers
01:46:45 8.4.2 Boycotts
01:48:43 8.5 spanAir transport industry
01:49:16 8.5.1 spanAircraft tracking
01:51:58 8.5.2 Transponders
01:52:47 8.5.3 Flight recorders
01:56:29 8.5.4 Safety recommendations
01:57:05 9 In popular culture
02:00:10 10 See also

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (also referred to as MH370 or MAS370) was a scheduled international passenger flight operated by Malaysia Airlines that disappeared on 8 March 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to its destination, Beijing Capital International Airport. The crew of the Boeing 777-200ER aircraft last communicated with air traffic control (ATC) around 38 minutes after takeoff when the flight was over the South China Sea. The aircraft was lost from ATC radar screens minutes later, but was tracked by military radar for another hour, deviating westwards from its planned flight path, crossing the Malay Peninsula and Andaman Sea. It left radar range 200 nautical miles (370 km) northwest of Penang Island in northwestern Malaysia. With all 227 passengers and 12 crew aboard presumed dead, the disappearance of Flight 370 was the deadliest incident involving a Boeing 777 and the deadliest in Malaysia Airlines’ history, until it was surpassed in both regards by Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 that was shot down while flying over eastern Ukraine, four months later. The combined loss caused significant financial problems for Malaysia Airlines, which was renationalised by the Malaysian government in December 2014.
The search for the missing airplane, which became the most costly in aviation history, focused initially on the South China and Andaman seas, before analysis of the aircraft’s automated communications with an Inmarsat satellite identified a possible crash site somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean. The lack of official information in the days immediately after the disappearance prompted fierce criticism from the Chinese public, particularly from relatives of the passengers; most people on board Flight 370 were of Chinese origin. Several pieces of marine debris confirmed to be from the aircraft washed ashore in the western Indian Ocean during 2015 and 2016. After a three-year search across …


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