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MH370 Definitely headed to a deeper new search?

Reading between the lines, and in the absence of a discovery of debris floating on the sea surface, or at rest deep under it, the search for missing flight MH370 seems likely to be changed in the near future.

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Virgin Australia’s leg breaker ATR now ATSB tail breaker

There are some peculiar matters to note about the misfortunes of a 68 passenger Virgin Australia region ATR72 turbo-prop in February.

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MH370 Initial sea floor search will be faster than previously reported

In its latest update the Australian coordinated sea floor search for missing flight MH370 says that the initial search area may be mapped relatively quickly.

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Hawaiian proposed safety penalty sets example for Australia

America’s FAA- its safety regulator and equivalent of Australia’s CASA- has proposed a fine of $US 547,500 be paid by Hawaiian Airlines for among other things ignoring advice that one of its 767-300s did not comply with an airworthiness directive by flying it a further 14 times after its record keeping error was discovered.

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MH370 Robot submersible dives too deep, comes back early

In what is believed to have been a safe but aborted first mission, the Bluefin-21 submersible exceeded its 4500 metre depth limit and returned back to its support ship Ocean Shield early.

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MH370 Autonomous submersible to dive ASAP on best guess site

After six days with no fresh suspected signals from missing flight MH370′s black boxes the autonomous submersible Bluefin-21 is being dived as soon as possible from Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield  onto a tightly calculated 40 square kms section of the Indian Ocean sea floor.

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MH370 The official messages are now in-synch, expect nothing soon

MH370 will be found. Maybe next week, maybe next year. But it will be found, and its terrible secrets will be given up, and the grieving families and friends of those on board, will have the closure that comes when supposition is replaced with truth.

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MH370 Decision to launch submersible may be days away

The promising signal picked up in the MH370 search area by a sonobuoy dropped by an RAAF P-3 Orion has been analyzed as unrelated to any pinger signal from the missing jet’s flight recorders.

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Australian PM recycles MH370 progress statements

The PM Tony Abbott has told reporters in China that the search area for missing flight MH370 has been significantly narrowed and that it is highly likely signals from its black box flight recorders have been heard.

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MH370 Possible signal picked up by P-3 Orion near Ocean Shield

The Joint Agency Coordination Centre says a possible ‘ping’ signal from missing flight MH370′s flight recorders has been detected by an Australian P-3 Orion near the ADV Ocean Shield.

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MH370 HMS Echo heads for Ocean Shield search zone

At the risk of reading too much into some shipping ‘news’ and tracking info, the hydrographic survey ship HMS Echo appears to moving toward the zone where Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield is looking for missing flight MH370.

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MH370 More signals, new analysis, bring search closer to jet

Two more pinger signals now considered highly likely to be from the flight recorders on lost Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have been detected by Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield from the Indian Ocean sea floor off the WA coast.

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MH370 The depths of despair in a diagram

The Washington Post has published a disconcerting graphic which shows just how challenging the identification and recovery task is for the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

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MH370 Suspected black box signals showed signs of ‘fading’

It may be too soon to declare that the black box ‘pingers’ in the wreckage of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have fallen silent but they may well be ‘fading.’

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MH370 More success in search for missing jet expected shortly?

Update: Latest word is that there hasn’t been any major new development in the search for MH370, so maybe ‘major’ refers to a PR photo opportunity. We’ll soon know There is a major announcement scheduled to be made at RAAF base Pearce near Perth at 11 am local time or 1 pm in eastern Australia [...]

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