7 May 2014
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is recommending ways to improve aircraft flight recorders and underwater locating devices to increase the chances of locating planes that crash. EASA was reportedly prompted to take this action because of the difficulties in finding Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which may have crashed two months ago and has not yet been found. The measures would need to be approved by the European Commission before they could be implemented. (Image Credit: Wikipedia)
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