The head of Malaysia’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has resigned in the wake of the latest report on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. CAA chairman Azharuddin Abdul Rahman announced that he will leave the agency in 14 days. A report released this week by a multinational investigation team highlighted lapses in communication and coordination between air traffic controllers in Malaysia and Vietnam. The report concluded that these shortcomings delayed alerting and ...


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