The latest news and interviews regarding Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, missing since March 8, 2014.

In Their Words

“In Their Words” features key quotes from aviation officials, companies and organizations from our interviews about MH370:

 “I think Australia and Malaysia have carried out remarkable efforts to search for the wreckage.”

Pierre Jeanniot, Senior Aviation Advisor to the President, Concordia University

ICAO Global Aeronautical Distress and Safety System (GADSS) “developed by ICAO in conjunction with airline associations and others in response to the loss of MH370.”

Statement from International Civil Aviation Organization

“The tragic flight of Malaysia Airlines MH370 demonstrates that safety cannot be taken for granted.”

Statement from European Aviation Safety Agency

“Boeing has been fully dedicated to supporting the MH370 search and investigation. Our thoughts continue to be with the families, friends and colleagues of those on board.”

Statement from Boeing Company

“The model is global and is ongoing. To run the drift model takes several hours on a supercomputer (the fastest in the southern hemisphere). We track 50,000 particles every hour for over two years.”

Professor Charitha Pattiaratchi

“People should pay attention, stay aware and when something doesn’t feel right, speak out! If they think it doesn’t feel right, say something. If someone looks suspicious, tell someone.”

Captain Karlene Petitt

“Pilots remain vigilant professionals, that will not change. Until we understand what caused the event we cannot know what changes, if any, are warranted.”

Captain John Cox

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