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Timika (Indonesia): An Indonesian cargo plane with four people on board lost contact with air traffic control yesterday, an official said, the latest incident to hit the country’s poor aviation record.
GUWAHATI, India (Reuters) - An Indian air force helicopter on Tuesday spotted wreckage of a military plane that went missing last week in remote mountains bordering China and authorities were trying to determine the fate of the 13 people on board.
KUALA LUMPUR: As families of those on board the ill-fated Flight MH370 renewed calls for the government to resume the search, the Transport Ministry says it is awaiting fresh proposals and credible leads in order to do so.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government is waiting for a fresh proposal from US exploration firm Ocean Infinity or any other interested party before resuming the search for ill-fated flight MH370, says Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
LONDON (Reuters) - Rescuers ended their search on Thursday for the plane carrying Premier League football player Emiliano Sala, which disappeared over the English Channel three days ago, after saying there was little chance anyone aboard had survived.
LONDON (Reuters) - Police searching for soccer star Emiliano Sala said on Wednesday they had not yet found anything related to the missing aircraft, after a plane carrying the Argentine player to new club Cardiff City disappeared near the Channel Islands.
NANTES, France (AFP): Premier League club Cardiff City's record new signing, Emiliano Sala, is missing presumed dead after a light aircraft he was travelling in disappeared over the English Channel, with a search to find the plane being called off on Tuesday.
PUTRAJAYA: Family members of those on board the ill-fated MH370 have handed over five pieces of debris, believed to be from the missing plane, to the government.
PANGKAL PINANG: As Indonesia struggles to determine why an airliner crashed this week with the loss of all 189 people on board, there is nowhere the impact of its second-worst air disaster has been felt as deeply as the sleepy, palm-fringed Bangka-Belitung islands.
PANGKAL PINANG, Indonesia (Reuters) - As Indonesia struggles to determine why an airliner crashed this week with the loss of all 189 people on board, there is nowhere the impact of its second-worst air disaster has been felt as deeply as the sleepy, palm-fringed Bangka-Belitung islands.