MH370 mishap: Malaysia to re-examine missing plane’s pilots and crew

Melbourne : Malaysia has announced that its MH370 investigators will return its attention to the crew of the missing Boeing 777’s, year after the 12 men and women were cleared as suspects after there the 2nd Interim Statement yesterday.

The reports on MH370, released on the second anniversary since the plane went missing, identified eight areas under review by the Malaysian International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370 including flight crew profile.

The report highly anticipated drew criticism because it failed to address key questions relating to radar anomalies and analysis of the flaperon.

The only piece of debris confirmed to have come from MH370 was that found on La Reunion last July.

The interim report shed no lights on how and what happened to Boeing 777 while flying en-route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board.

However the newly-stated intention to review the background of the flight crew drew suspicions from people citing that Malaysia is preparing to divert the attention and with it blame the pilots if the plane was not found.

Meanwhile, Martin Dolan, Australian Transport Safety Bureau Chief Commissioner had earlier this week said that he had not given up hope that the plane would be found before the official search is scheduled to wrap up in early July.(ANI)