National Transportation Safety Board & Indian Ocean

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is an independent U.S. government investigative agency responsible for civil transportation accident investigation. The Indian Ocean is the third largest of the world's oceanic divisions, covering approximately 20% of the water on the Earth's surface. 2.3/5

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Investigators scouring for the missing MH370, have made a major breakthrough in locating the runaway jet with the emergence of new satellite images showing hundreds of floating objects in the Southern Indian Ocean, where the jetliner is suspected to have crashed. The new images were from Airbus Defence and Space, which is based in France,and shows a total 122 potential objects measuring from 1 metre to 23 metres in length have been found some 2,557 km south of Perth. In the the meantime,an international working group has been established to try and refine more accurately the final position of MH370 in the Indian Ocean. The agencies involved in this working group include satellite providers Inmarsat, the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch, the Chinese CAAC and AAID, National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration from the US, MH370 makers Boeing, the airplane’s engine providers Rolls Royce as well as the relevant Malaysian authorities.
Canberra (Australia): Time is running out to find the crucial keys that could solve the mystery of how and why Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went down. After the excruciating 17-day wait for confirmation that the Boeing 777 crashed into the Southern Indian Ocean, searchers are racing to locate the so-called black boxes before a battery-powered ping they emit fades away. By law, the boxes with must be able to send those signals for at least 30 days following a crash. But experts say they can continue making noise for another 15 days or so beyond that, depending upon the strength of the black box battery at the time of the crash. Without the black boxes — the common name for the voice and data recorders normally attached to a fuselage — it would be virtually impossible for investigators to definitively say what caused the crash. Now that some debris has possibly been found, here's what comes next: NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK The location of the plane is still unknown more than two weeks after it crashed, althou ...
Malaysian Prime Minister Announces Flight MH370 Crashed In Indian Ocean. 239 Dead, Relatives React Focus Of Investigation Into Missing Malaysion Airlines Flight 370 Shifts To Possible Rogue Pilots, Suicide. Relatives shrieked and sobbed uncontrollably. Men and women nearly collapsed, held up by loved ones. Their grief came pouring out after 17 days of waiting for definitive word on the fate of the passengers and crew of the missing Malaysia jetliner. Malaysia's prime minister gave that word late Monday in a televised announcement from Kuala Lumpur, saying there was no longer any doubt that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went down in the Southern Indian Ocean. An office building is illuminated with lights displaying "Pray for MH370" in Kuala Lumpur, Relatives of passengers in Beijing had been called to a hotel near the airport to hear the news, and some 50 of them gathered there. Afterward, they filed out of a conference room in heart-wrenching grief. One woman collapsed and fell on her knees, crying "My son ...
Search Update for the Malaysian Jet. A British satellite company said today that it had indications that the missing Malaysia Airlines plane may have crashed into the Indian Ocean as early as two days after the plane's disappearance. The search for the jetliner did not move into the Indian Ocean until more than a week after the plane vanished in the middle of the night from Malaysian airspace on March 7. "This is very troubling, just thinking of the time wasted and what was ever on the water moving farther away," said ABC News consultant Tom Haueter, a former National Transportation Safety Board investigator. Inmarsat, the maker of satellites, told ABC News that they had an "initial idea" on March 9 and by March 10 were "fairly certain" that the search parties should look in the south Indian Ocean for the vanished plane. Inmarsat shared their data with a partner company the following day, on March 11, and with Malaysian investigators on March 12. It was not until three days later, on March 15, that Malays ...
The search for a Malaysian jetliner carrying 239 people continues. Now crews are expanding efforts into the Indian Ocean, but new theories raise the possibility of ‘sabotage or hijacking’ after evidence suggests the plane was flown hundreds of miles off course. We’ll discuss with Rep Michael McCaul (R-TX), Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, and Peter Goelz, former Managing Director of the National Transportation Safety Board.
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