The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370) has been abandoned, and three years after the Boeing 777-200ER disappeared, it remains one of aviation’s biggest mysteries. So, what next? I believe there are free-market incentives that might spur entrepreneurs to mount private searches. A market-based solution would entail a bounty to anyone who locates remains of the aircraft. Locating the wreckage would undoubtedly help the world determine what happened to the Boeing 777. And ...

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