Rappler's latest stories on plane crash
Lionair's entire fleet cannot operate while the probe into the crash is ongoing. Investigators already have the plane's cockpit voice recorder.
(3rd UPDATE) 'Unfortunately, no passenger survived the accident,' says the Manila International Airport Authority
It is not immediately clear how many people were on board, or if the crashed plane was a passenger or military jet
The 3 people killed in the Canada-owned C-130 Hercules aircraft were among the crews of specialist firefighters sent by several countries to help battle Australia's devastating bushfires
(UPDATED) The incident brings the death toll in Australia's bushfires to at least 32 since the crisis began in September
The caskets are to remain for a while at the airport terminal so that relatives and members of the airline could say their last goodbyes
The blurry film, shot from a rooftop in a village 4 miles from an Iranian military site, shows the Kiev-bound plane on fire and circling back to Tehran's airport. Minutes later, the aircraft explodes and crashes.
This comes hours after UK's foreign office had summoned Iran's ambassador in London to lodge its 'strong objections' to the arrest of Britain's ambassador Rob Macaire
(3rd UPDATE) 'This is a national tragedy, and all Canadians are mourning together,' Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says in a statement
'This is based on additional information we had about birth dates and comparing the travel documents that people were travelling on when they boarded the flight,' Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says
'Our goal is to establish the undeniable truth,' says Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. 'The value of human life is above all political motives.'
(3rd UPDATE) The declaration comes as Tehran faces mounting international pressure to allow a 'credible' investigation into the crash
'Ukraine's priority is to establish the causes of the catastrophe. We are undoubtedly going to get to the truth,' says Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky
Kazakh authorities have launched an investigation to determine the cause of the disaster, and the plane's black boxes have been sent to Moscow for examination
Kazakhstan responds to the crash by grounding the model, which makes up the whole of the Bek Air fleet, and launching an investigation
State news agency IRNA says the jet went down near Mount Sabalan, in the Lesser Caucasus range
The remains are turned over to the local coroner's office for identification
'The condition of the plane wreckage that was found makes it practically impossible that there are survivors from this air accident,' says Chile's Air Force chief
'Five Americans and two Canadians were aboard,' Transportation Safety Board spokeswoman Nora Vallee says
(UPDATED) The Busy Bee Dornier-228 smashes into two houses near the airport, deputy transport minister Jacques Yuma Kipuya says
Ethiopian Airlines says that directly after the crash 'all relevant hard copy maintenance records of the aircraft involved in the accident' were sealed, stored in a secure place, and delivered to investigators
Indonesia's search and rescue agency finds the bodies near the wreckage of the crashed plane
Police identify the pilot as 55-year-old Mark Hogget, a resident of Tarlac City, Tarlac
(4th UPDATE) The light aircraft was used for medical evacuation. Among the dead are the patient being transported, the patient's wife, a doctor, and nurses.
The civil aviation authority launches an investigation to determine the cause of the plane crash
(3rd UPDATE) The plane crashes into a poor village near an upscale neighborhood in the garrison city that is home to the army's headquarters
(UPDATED) The plane was heading for St Petersburg, Florida, and was carrying two flight crew and 8 passengers, says a National Transportation Safety Board official
The Honolulu Fire Department says the aircraft was a skydiving plane that crashed on takeoff
Two pilots in central Khanh Hoa province die after their Russian two-seater training aircraft Yakovlev Yak-52 crashes near a mountain, killing one of them instantly
Investigators are still examining the black boxes from the plane and have so far given no official reason for the crash
(UPDATED) 'The crew performed all the procedures repeatedly provided by the manufacturer but was not able to control the aircraft,' says Ethiopian transport minister Dagmawit Moges
Additional work is needed 'to ensure that Boeing has identified and appropriately addressed all pertinent issues,' says a Federal Aviation Administration spokesman
(UPDATED) The findings are based on flight recorder data and represent the strongest indication yet that the system, known as MCAS, malfunctioned in both the Ethiopian Airlines crash and the Lion Air crash in Indonesia
Tewolde GebreMariam says an automatic anti-stalling system specific to the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft was 'to the best of our knowledge' activated on the fatal March 10 crash of Flight ET 302
In a document sent to family members of the crash victims, Ethiopia Airlines say DNA result 'will be announced approximately 5 to 6 months from the date the sample is collected'
Sources say the fix was already underway before the Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed
Investigators will now try to retrieve information from the cockpit voice and flight data recorders, which were damaged in the crash
France's BEA air safety agency confirms it has received the recorders from the plane that crashed shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa on March 10
(3rd UPDATE) Ethiopian Airlines says it will decide by Thursday, March 14, which country will examine the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder
The US currently refuses to take action against Boeing's best-selling workhorse aircraft
(UPDATED) US regulators have ordered Boeing to make urgent improvements to the model and insisted they will take action if safety issues are detected
'A global tragedy has hit close to home – and the United Nations is united in grief,' UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says
Maimunah Sharif, head of UN Habitat, says at least 22 UN employees were among those who died when the Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines jet crashed early Sunday, March 10
(3rd UPDATE) Investigators recover the black-box flight recorders from the Nairobi-bound jet that crashed early Sunday, March 10, near Addis Ababa
'I was mad because nobody helped me to reach the gate on time,' Antonis Mavropoulos says in a Facebook post entitled 'My lucky day'
(5th UPDATE) The plane, which was carrying 149 passengers and 8 crew, 'lost contact' 6 minutes after taking off from Addis Ababa
The two-seater Cessna 172 trainer plane encounters an engine problem, causing its abrupt landing in Nueva Ecija
French civil aviation authorities confirm that Emiliano Sala 'was on board the plane'
'The plane was no longer airworthy and it should not have kept flying,' says the aviation head of Indonesia's National Transport Safety Committee