Malaysia Airlines' primary focus at this point in time is to care for the families of the passengers and crew of MH370. This means providing them with timely information, travel facilities, accommodation, meals, medical and emotional support. All these costs are borne by Malaysia Airlines.
- With No Sign of Missing Plane, Search Spreads Far Across Land and Sea
- Interpol "Inclined to Conclude" Malaysia Airlines Disappearance Not Terror
- Malaysia Military Tracked Missing Plane to West Coast: Source
- China Says Its Aircraft Not Conducting Overland Searches for Missing Plane
- Cathay Pacific Says Net Profit Tripled in 2013
- Routes Asia Officially Handed over to Yunnan Airport Group
- Malaysia Airlines Mystery: U.S. Issued Warnings over Boeing 777 "Weak Spot"
- Malaysia Says Signal of Unidentified Object Detected As Search for Missing Jet Further Expanded
- "Good Night" - Last Known Words of MH370 Revealed
- Bad Decade: Malaysia Airlines Has Catalog of Woes
- IATA Cuts 2014 Global Airline Profit Forecast to US$18.7 Billion
- Boeing, SpiceJet Announce Order for 42 737 MAX 8s
- Stolen Passports Show Post-9/11 Airline Security Still Flawed
- Airline Baggage Stats: More Checked Bags Mishandled More Often
- Study: Passport Kiosks Shorten Airport Lines
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