Debris Found on Reunion Island Confirmed to Be from Missing Plane MH370
Malaysia's Prime Minister has confirmed that part of an aircraft wing found on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion is from missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 which disappeared last year.
• MH370: Relatives in China Skeptical about Debris Linked to Missing Plane
Relatives of the victims of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 are demanding more answers and more accountability following increasing evidence the flight did crash into the Indian Ocean last year.China's FM Comments on the Latest MH370 Development
• China Asks Further Investigation on MH370
China asked Malaysia to continue investigating the cause of the MH370 accident after the Malaysian side confirmed that debris found last week belonged to the missing plane.Debris Confirmed to Be from Missing Plane MH370;Special;A Chronology of Search for MH370
• Breaking: Debris Found on Reunion Island Comes from Missing MH370
Verification had confirmed that the debris discovered on Reunion Island belongs to missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced early on Thursday.
• Verification of Found Boeing 777 Debris to Begin
Investigators and experts from France and Malaysia are scheduled to begin examining a Boeing 777 wing fragment today to determine whether it is from missing Flight MH370.
• More Suspected Debris Found in La Reunion before MH370 Verification
Experts in Paris will launch an examination Wednesday to verify whether a washed-up plane part is from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, as another piece of suspected wreckage was found in the northern coast of French overseas Island La Reunion.
• French Expert Weighs in on MH370 Debris
Pascal Roaches, an aerospace professor at France's School of Aerospace Engineering, released a statement on Monday claiming that despite the possible discovery of a piece of wreckage from MH370, more information is needed to discover the plane's fate.
• Q&A: Who is Testing the Suspected MH370 Debris?
The piece of aircraft debris found near La Reunion Island and confirmed as part of a Boeing 777 has arrived in France for analysis.
• MH370 Investigators to Look at Details of Found Flaperon: Malaysian Official
Investigators will look at the details of the flaperon discovered on Reunion Island to decide whether it belongs to the Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight, said Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai on Monday.
• Flaperon Officially Identified as from Boeing 777
Malaysian authorities say they've confirmed a piece of airliner debris found on Reunion Island, east of Madagascar, is part of a Boeing 777. Q&A: Who is Testing the Suspected MH370 Debris?
• Malaysia Seeks Assistance from Reunion Island's Surrounding Territories
Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said Sunday that Malaysia is seeking assistance from several aviation authorities in territories within the vicinity of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean.
• Identification Work of Suspected MH370 Debris Set for Aug.5
Plane debris that washed up on the Indian Ocean island of La Reunion and may belong to the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight has been transferred to Toulouse for identification, which would be conducted on Aug. 5, French media reported on Sunday.
• Probable MH370 Wreckage Arrives in Toulouse: Reports
The probable MH 370 debris arrived in Toulouse Saturday to be analysed by experts, reported Saturday French local media.

Xi Vows Enhanced Cooperation on MH370 Search

China, Australia Agree to Step up Search Efforts

Relatives of Chinese Passengers on Missing Malaysian Flight Arrive at Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia Minister Says Search for Missing MH370 to Continue

Australia Designates New Search Area for MH370 on Fresh Lead: AMSA

Weather Forces MH370 Search Delays as More Debris Spotted

Thai Satellite Detects Flotsam in Indian Ocean

Chinese Warships in Search Area; Envoy Meets Malaysian PM
Efforts by China
• China to Participate in Follow-up Search for Missing MH370 Flight
• 7 Chinese Ships Convene West of Perth to Coordinate Search
• Envoy Meets Relatives of Chinese Passengers Aboard MH370
• Chinese Vessels Continue Search for MH370
• China Sending Special Envoy to Malaysia over MH370
• Chinese President Sends Special Envoy to Malaysia on MH370
• China Promises Support to MH370 Relatives
• China Deploys 21 Satellites in Search for Missing Plane
• Chinese Vessel Heads to Strait of Malacca in Jet Search
• Chinese Ships Search for Missing Plane
Passenger List

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Profiles of Pilots
• Captain Zahari Ahmad Shah
The captain of MH370 was Zahari Ahmad Shah, a Malaysian aged 53. He has a total flying hours of 18,365 hours. He joined Malaysia Airlines in 1981.
• First Officer Muhammad Faliq Abdul Hamid
The first officer of MH370 was Muhammad Faliq Abdul Hamid, a Malaysian, aged 27, a total flying hours of 2,763. He joined Malaysia Airlines in 2007.
The Boeing 777 is a family of long-range wide-body twin-engine jet airliners developed and manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. It ranks as one of Boeing's best-selling models.