Politicians like to huff and puff about Russian involvement in the downing of MH17, but it is Malaysia Airlines that should be held responsible.
The risk that MH370 might not be found until well after all of those alive today are dead, and its mystery thus irrelevant and forgotten, is very real.
The news has broken the day after an apparently burned potential piece of wreckage from MH370 was handed to Australia’s air safety investigator.
Tony Abbott wants justice for victims of MH17. But he should consider the culpability of the airline, not just of Russia.
The question of what happened to Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 just gets more mysterious.
There are many theories about the disappearance of MH370, some plausible, others less so. But one thing that has been firmly established by now is that the Malaysian government has lied about the plane from the first.
Media reports are saying one of the passengers of downed flight MH17 was "wearing" an oxygen mask. This isn't true -- and it's nothing but disaster porn to say so.
The search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will resume this week in the high-pressure vast darkness that is the ocean floor.
We have witnessed three fairly big plane crashes in the last two weeks, and already nervous flyers are even more on edge. But is this an anomaly, or is air travel less safe than we think? Crikey's aviation reporter explains.
What is happening with MH17's data flight recorders? What country has jurisdiction over the site? And is there a cover-up going on? Crikey's aviation reporter takes us through the story so far ...