MH370 passengers likely suffocated: report The passengers and crew of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 most likely died from suffocation and coasted lifelessly into the ocean on autopilot, a new report released by Australian officials said.
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F-35A remains grounded following fire It is supposed to be the headliner of the show next month, when the most expensive fighter jet ever built makes its international debut in England. There will be plenty of other planes at the Farnborough Air Show, but none will get as much attention as the F-35 Lightning II, the futuristic, sleek and stealthy jet that proponents say is unparalleled in the history of human flight.
Canadore gets $2 million for aviation campus Canadore College has received $2 million in federal funding for a new composites research facility that will serve the aviation industry, and has secured its first private partnership with Swiss Space Systems (S3).