Malaysia willing to resume search for MH370 World

Malaysia willing to resume search for MH370

Malaysian Minister of Transport Anthony Loke on March 3 announced that the country will consider resuming the search for the missing plane of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 if companies interested in the hunt come forward with viable proposals or credible leads.
Malaysia civil aviation chief resigns over MH370 lapses World

Malaysia civil aviation chief resigns over MH370 lapses

Chief of Malaysia’s civil aviation authority Azharuddin Abdul Rahman resigned on July 31 after an investigation report on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 showed lapses by the air traffic control centre in Kuala Lumpur.
Ocean Infinity to end MH370 search soon World

Ocean Infinity to end MH370 search soon

The US technology company Ocean Infinity has announced that it will soon end searches for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which was believed to have been lost in the Indian Ocean since 2014.
Malaysian PM vows to cut public debt, downsize government World

Malaysian PM vows to cut public debt, downsize government

Malaysia’s new Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has announced that salaries of cabinet ministers will be cut in a bid to control spending as the government is facing a high-level public debt that now exceeds 1 trillion ringgit (around 251.5 billion USD).
Malaysia affirms continued search for missing MH370 World

Malaysia affirms continued search for missing MH370

The Malaysian Government on March 8 reiterated its commitment to search for the missing MH370 plane of Malaysia Airlines as efforts to clear up one of the largest mysteries in the aviation history enters the fifth year.