No fresh leads in Malaysia Airline

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No fresh leads in Malaysia Airline


A year after, a report said there are still no leads to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370. The report found no red flags relating to the crew or aircraft to shed light on the cause of the disappearance. An international team of investigators probed a range of issues including the Malaysia Airlines captain and co-pilot’s personal, psychological, and financial profiles, and the backgrounds of the 10 cabin crew. “There were no behavioral signs of social isolation, change in habits or interest, self-neglect, drug or alcohol abuse of the Captain, First Officer and the Cabin Crew,” the report said. The jet is believed to have crashed in the Indian Ocean after diverting from its Kuala Lumpur-Beijing route.

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