Apr 8, 2014

Crikey Clarifier: we might have found MH370 — now what?

Kilometres above the likely wreckage, Australian seamen prepare to follow the sonar and find missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Crikey's aviation expert explains what happens now.

Ben Sandilands — Editor of Plane Talking

Ben Sandilands

Editor of Plane Talking

Finally, some progress on identifying the location of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, with signals detected that might have come from the plane. Crikey aviation expert Ben Sandilands explains what’s been found so far, what it might mean, and where the search will go from here …

We might have heard a ping from the black box. What’s the next step?

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4 thoughts on “Crikey Clarifier: we might have found MH370 — now what?

  1. zut alors

    Your factual reporting and non-sensational explanations are much appreciated.

  2. Adam Ford

    But if its foul play, to the best of my knowledge the crew of an aircraft are able to switch off power to the black boxes (Silk Air crash). If they switched the transponders off, seems likely to me they did the same with the black boxes.

  3. Rob TwoEyeHead

    More importantly the search for MH370 has thrown up an amazing find

  4. Rajiv Gupta

    Exhaustive; opening up intriguing facts!!

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