Malaysia will not scale down search for missing flight MH370 Boeing 777 airplane.
Officials searching for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner were on Wednesday waiting for the results a US Navy underwater drone's first full mission, after it was forced to abort its maiden deployment because it had exceeded its depth limit. Malaysian authorities have still not ruled out mechanical problems as causing the plane's disappearance, but say evidence suggests it was deliberately diverted from its scheduled route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. According to a survey from local media, more than half of the people from 1 029 people who took part in the survey believed the ruling government is hiding some information.
Hishammuddin said a panel will be set up to show transparency. "With regards to the expert panel of inquiry that is going to be set up, this is a part of ongoing process for transparency to show to the world that actually Malaysia does not have anything to hide in respect of MH370." said Hussein. An aircraft's black box records data from the cockpit and conversations among flight crew and may provide answers about what happened to the missing plane. The search for the missing plane is on track to be the most difficult and expensive search and recovery operation in aviation history. www.sabc.co.za
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