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A tale of two black boxes

As soon as the possibility that Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 had been shot down became apparent, it became urgent that the aircraft’s cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder – the black boxes – were secured as soon as possible to ensure evidence was preserved. For the first time since the 2014 tragedy, here are details from the tense 48-hour mission to get to the boxes.

Learn to manage the media during a crisis

MOST ministers and leaders today have a lot to learn on how and what to say to the media when managing a crisis.

Time to look east for MAS

Comment by Pankaj C Kumar The airlines industry is one tough industry to be in. Whether in the US, Europe or Asia, governments have from time to time come to the rescue of their national carriers mainly due to catastrophic incidents like the Sept 11 terror strike, unsustainable business models or even simply due to a massive debt load.

Nazri: MAS brand synonymous with tragedies, time to change name

KUALA LUMPUR: Former tourism minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has proposed that Malaysian Airlines Bhd (MAS) does away with its name in order to revive the national carrier.

Resuscitating Malaysia Airlines now is a tough call: Jomo

KUALA LUMPUR: The capital-intensive nature of the airline business, especially with the current business conditions, makes it more difficult to resuscitate Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB).

Singer making forays into the film industry

LOCAL songstress Jeryl Lee Pei Ling (pic) is making forays into the film industry and will appear in a movie titled Xing Fu Mi Ma (Password to Happiness), reported Sin Chew Daily.

Ten years on, questions remain over response to Air France 447

SEOUL/MONTREAL (Reuters) - As Air France pilots fought for control, an Airbus A330 passenger jet plummeted from 38,000 feet for four minutes, its engines running but its wings unable to seize enough air to fly.

China adds new satellite to its Beidou network to rival US global positioning system

There are now 20 satellites in orbit for the navigation system, which is expected to be completed next year BDS began offering a basic service in December, with priority for the Asia-Pacific region and countries along the belt and road route