Malaysia Airlines MH370: Latest photos

Sun Apr 06 2014, 00:13 hrs
The towed pinger locator (TPL-25) is towed behind the Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield in the southern Indian Ocean during the search for the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in remote seas off Australia headed underwater, with a U.S. Navy high tech "black box" locator deployed for the first time as the battery life of the cockpit data recorder dwindles. A total of 20 aircraft and ships were again scouring a massive area in the Indian Ocean some 2,000 km (1,200 miles) west of Perth, where investigators believe the Boeing 777 carrying 239 people came down.(Reuters)
The towed pinger locator (TPL-25) is towed behind the Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield in the southern Indian Ocean during the search for the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in remote seas off Australia headed underwater, with a U.S. Navy high tech "black box" locator deployed for the first time as the battery life of the cockpit data recorder dwindles. A total of 20 aircraft and ships were again scouring a massive area in the Indian Ocean some 2,000 km (1,200 miles) west of Perth, where investigators believe the Boeing 777 carrying 239 people came down.(Reuters)
Messages for passengers aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, are seen on a board as a woman stands behind it at a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Search teams racing against time to find the flight recorders from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet crisscrossed another patch of the Indian Ocean on Saturday, four weeks to the day after the airliner vanished. (AP)
Messages for passengers aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, are seen on a board as a woman stands behind it at a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Search teams racing against time to find the flight recorders from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet crisscrossed another patch of the Indian Ocean on Saturday, four weeks to the day after the airliner vanished. (AP)
A man writes messages for passengers aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, at a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.. Search teams racing against time to find the flight recorders from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet crisscrossed another patch of the Indian Ocean on Saturday, four weeks to the day after the airliner vanished. (AP)
A man writes messages for passengers aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, at a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.. Search teams racing against time to find the flight recorders from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet crisscrossed another patch of the Indian Ocean on Saturday, four weeks to the day after the airliner vanished. (AP)
The towed pinger locator (TPL-25) sits on the deck of the Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield in the southern Indian Ocean during the search for the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in remote seas off Australia headed underwater, with a U.S. Navy high tech "black box" locator deployed for the first time as the battery life of the cockpit data recorder dwindles. A total of 20 aircraft and ships were again scouring a massive area in the Indian Ocean some 2,000 km (1,200 miles) west of Perth, where investigators believe the Boeing 777 carrying 239 people came down. (Reuters)
The towed pinger locator (TPL-25) sits on the deck of the Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield in the southern Indian Ocean during the search for the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in remote seas off Australia headed underwater, with a U.S. Navy high tech "black box" locator deployed for the first time as the battery life of the cockpit data recorder dwindles. A total of 20 aircraft and ships were again scouring a massive area in the Indian Ocean some 2,000 km (1,200 miles) west of Perth, where investigators believe the Boeing 777 carrying 239 people came down. (Reuters)
Chinese patrol ship Haixun 01 during a search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, in the south Indian Ocean. Haixun 01 detected a pulse signal in the south Indian Ocean, the state news agency Xinhua reported, in a possible indicator of the underwater beacon from a plane's "black box". A black box detector deployed by Haixun 01 picked up the "ping" signal at around 25 degrees south latitude and 101 degrees east longitude, according to Xinhua. (Reuters)
Chinese patrol ship Haixun 01 during a search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, in the south Indian Ocean. Haixun 01 detected a pulse signal in the south Indian Ocean, the state news agency Xinhua reported, in a possible indicator of the underwater beacon from a plane's "black box". A black box detector deployed by Haixun 01 picked up the "ping" signal at around 25 degrees south latitude and 101 degrees east longitude, according to Xinhua. (Reuters)
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