US Navy Bluefin Continues Malaysia Airlines Search

The so-called 'Black Box' is actually bright orange. The Flight Data Recorder is a key tool for post accident investigators.
The so-called 'Black Box' is actually bright orange. The Flight Data Recorder is a key tool for post accident investigators.

Search for MH370 Continues

PERTH – The United States Navy is a part of the international effort to search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370. The search off the west coast of Australia has been ongoing. There has been no new pings from the flight data recorder leading authorities to believe that the batteries have expired.

The Bluefin underwater search has now completed eight dives looking for a sign of the aircraft.

The Malaysian Government Issues Death Certificates

The government of Malaysia is issuing death certificates to the relatives of passengers who were onboard the flight.

The families of the people aboard the flight, along with many in the international community have expressed frustration over the way the government has handled the situation. Malaysia Airlines were issuing regular updates, and have stopped.

Information from both the airline and the Malaysian Government have, at times been confusing, or worse for families been changed.

Search area for Malaysia Airlines MH370 - Since March 8 there has been no sign of the Boeing 777
Search area for Malaysia Airlines MH370 – Since March 8 there has been no sign of the Boeing 777