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August 4, 2016 4:02 AM No insurance if ‘rogue pilot’ took down MH370

MH370 appears to have been apparently under the control of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah as it ended in a watery grave in the Indian Ocean. KUALA LUMPUR: If it transpires that a “rogue pilot” took Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 to a watery grave more than two years ago on 8 March 2014, claimants could be denied insurance coverage. This includes the families 12

August 4, 2016 3:34 AM Florida’s $82 Billion Tourism Industry Braces for Zika

Monday’s initial rush of 30 canceled reservations with Ovation Vacations in New York, decreased to eight on Tuesday and none on Wednesday, said its president, Jack Ezon. Most were families or young couples, he said, echoing the experience of Kristen Korey Pike, the founder of KK Travels Worldwide in Atlanta, who said the handful of cancellations her agency 24

August 4, 2016 1:41 AM Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirms crash landing of Emirates flight at Dubai airport

An Emirates Airline flight is seen after it crash-landed at Dubai International Airport, the UAE August 3, 2016. ― Reuters picPUTRAJAYA, Aug 4 ― The Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirms that Emirates Airlines Flight EK 521 en route from Thiruvananthapuram, India to Dubai, UAE crash landed at Dubai International Airport on 3 August 2016. The incident 9

August 3, 2016 3:08 PM Saudis promise relief for 'stuck migrants'

Saudi Arabia has promised to help thousands of Asian migrant workers stuck without pay after losing their jobs in the construction industry. The labourers from India, Pakistan and the Philippines among others are relying on food handouts organised by embassies and charities. Many have also lost legal status, as residence permits are handled by their 8

August 3, 2016 1:25 AM Aeromexico boosting international flights, a contrast to US carriers

MEXICO CITY: Mexico's largest airline group, Aeromexico , will increase the frequency of flights on five of its main international routes, the company said on Tuesday. On its European routes, Aeromexico will offer daily flights from Mexico City to Amsterdam and to London Heathrow - up from three and six flights per week, respectively. The carrier will increase 9

August 2, 2016 11:27 AM Typhoon Nida affects MAS, AirAsia flights

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines cancelled flight MH78 from Kuala Lumpur yesterday and MH79 from Hong Kong today due to Typhoon Nida, with reports saying it has weakened to a severe tropical storm. In a statement, the airline said passengers had been reallocated onto flights MH72 which left Kuala Lumpur at 12.26pm today and MH73 scheduled to depart Hong Kong at 5pm. "Guests 9

August 2, 2016 12:05 AM Zika an excuse for top ranked players, says Van Zyl

RIO DE JANEIRO: South African Jaco Van Zyl, who sat out the year's last major, the PGA Championship, to prepare for the Olympics, says the world's top-ranked golfers are using the Zika virus as an excuse to dodge the Rio Games. World number one Jason Day of Australia, American world number two Dustin Johnson and number three Jordan Spieth and fourth 14

August 1, 2016 12:20 PM Lombok airport closed, flights disrupted due to Mount Rinjani volcanic ash

Airlines affected include Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air, Tigerair and Virgin Airlines, according to local reports.   LOMBOK, Indonesia: Volcanic ash from Mount Rinjani has caused several flights, including those from Bali to Lombok and several Australian destinations, to be disrupted. Among the airlines affected are Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air, Tigerair 10

August 1, 2016 2:29 AM Expert claims MH370 possibly flown into water

Debris believed to be parts from an aircraft found in Madagascar were handed over by Blaine Gibson to the Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370. — Picture courtesy of DCAKUALA LUMPUR, Aug 1 ― The discovery of a wing portion from the still-missing Flight MH370 indicates the plane was likely piloted into the ocean, air crash expert 9

July 31, 2016 8:42 PM Evidence mounting MH370 was glided into ocean

Larry Vance on evidence MH370 was glided into ocean0:29 THE Australian-led search for MH370 has again been accused of looking in the wrong place for the Malaysia Airlines’ Boeing 777 based on evidence someone was in control of the plane till the very end. Senior air crash investigator Larry Vance told Channel 9’s 60 Minutes program, a flaperon found 18