One year after the disappearance of flight MH370, doubts remain if Malaysia Airlines (MAS) can recover from the financial and reputational damage brought on by the tragic incident.
A commercial plane operated by Malaysia’s flagship carrier vanished during a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8 2014; debris has yet to be found.
On Sunday, a new interim safety report suggested that the battery on one of MH370’s data recorder beacons may have expired—more than a year before the plane actually went missing. However, the exact causes behind the plane’s disappearance remain shrouded in mystery, and persists as the aviation world’s biggest mystery to date. Read More.