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MH370: Malaysian, French govt reps to meet on flaperon

Come Monday, a meeting will be held in Paris between Malaysian Government representatives and the French authorities to discuss the verification process of an aircraft flaperon which was found on France's Reunion Island recently.

MH370: Flaperon verification in one or two days

A Malaysian team will be able to verify in "one or two days" whether the flaperon found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean is part of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, said Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Aziz Kaprawi.

Plane debris won't solve MH370 crash mystery: Australia

Australian authorities Friday said the discovery of plane wreckage, even if found to be from MH370, would not narrow down the location of the main debris field or solve the mystery of why the jet crashed.

Paris, KL have primary responsibility to identify debris: Truss

The French and Malaysian governments have the primary responsibility to identify the aircraft debris found off the east African coast and then also what opportunities there might be to extrapolate from those parts, Australia's Deputy Prime Minister told reporters on Friday, Xinhua news agency reported.

Australia 'increasingly confident' wreckage is from MH370

Authorities hunting for missing flight MH370 are "increasingly confident" that wreckage found on an Indian Ocean island is from the ill-fated jet, the Australian official leading the search said Friday.

Stop speculating on debris discovery

The discovery of an aircraft flap on La Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean early today is still being investigated and members of the public are advised not to make any speculation on the find.

MH370 relatives' emotional rollercoaster after wreckage link

Relatives of passengers and crew on board Malaysia Airlines MH370 spoke of their emotional turmoil and agonising wait for news Thursday after reports emerged that a piece of the missing jet may have been found.

Investigators scramble to analyse wreckage for MH370 link

Aviation investigators headed to the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion on Thursday to determine whether a piece of plane wreckage that washed up on its shores is part of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

Cost savings exercise puts new MAS on form footing

An initial cost savings of at least RM180 million from catering contracts plus a few hundred million more from lesser payroll expenses due to a leaner workforce for the next three years will put the new Malaysia Airlines (MAS) on a firm footing as it climbs its way to profitability in 2018 as targeted, an academician said today.

Malaysia Airlines says 'premature' to speculate on wreckage

Malaysia Airlines cautioned on Thursday that it was "premature" to speculate on whether aircraft wreckage found in the Indian Ocean was from missing flight MH370, as authorities scrambled to verify the origin of the debris.


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