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.
Should shopping centres be put so close to airport runways? Should anything?
The news has broken the day after an apparently burned potential piece of wreckage from MH370 was handed to Australia’s air safety investigator.
France is now leading the investigation into wreckage that might have come from MH370. And that is very bad news indeed for Malaysia.
Paranoia is now on the loose in relation to pilots mental health issues, ranging from the remote possibility that two suicidal pilots might find themselves operating the same flight to misunderstandings about what the cabin attendant is going to do.
The probability of a cockpit medical emergency is much higher than an attempt by terrorists to storm a cockpit.
There is nothing known that adversely reflects on the safety culture nor maintenance of Germanwings, but what caused the A320 to crash?
The decision to delay refunds to customers of AirAsia X flights is unforgivable.
A secret smuggling operation for gold bullion, an American shoot-down, a Russian plot by way of Kazakhstan? The most likely explanation for the disappearance of MH370 might be the most chilling of all.