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370: Four year hunting ends after completion of the private search. A four-year chase on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 ended with the completion of the latest private search. However, it has found nothing and the Malaysian authorities say that they have no plan to start a new search. On 8 March 2014, the aircraft dissapeared on the flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers onboard.

Formal searches were stopped last year, and there are still heated discussions about what happend with the flight. Mercy Nathan, whose dam was on MH370, said she was against stopping the chase. "Why are these guys still torturing me? It's been four years." It is important that it is remembered that MH370 is not a story," she said to the Guardian paper.

What made flight MH370 run down? Locating the aircraft or at least other parts of its wreck may turn out to be crucial, but investigations have very little information about the last few aircraft flight times. As yet, it is not possible for expert judgement to be made as to whether the MH370 stayed under the pilot's orders or got out of hand.

A widespread theorem is that the aircraft pilots consciously collapsed. Technological failures remain another option, but in the lack of an formal statement, there is an abundance of plot theses. The Malaysian Minister of Transport Anthony Loke says that a full account of the aircraft's planned flight will be released in the near term, but no date has been given.

Australia, Malaysia and China have reached agreement that an offical search will only be resumed if there is reliable proof of the aircraft's whereabouts. Even though the Malaysia authorities say they won't prolong the private search, Anwar Ibrahim, the next widely used premier, said to the Australia paper that there would be "more digs".

The private aircraft that remain concealed from the general public. What's that?

Mike Rounds was interviewed about his use of state aircraft for politics and private travel. Over the years, to avoid the general population seeing where it flies, they have all turned to a little-known programme that allows private aircraft operators to freeze their flight in the government's system for pursuing aviation.

Proprietors don't have to do a test to keep their flight under wraps. You simply file an application with the National Business Aviation Association, a trading group that advocated the establishment of the programme because confidentiality is warranted to safeguard transactions and the safety of senior management.

Among the recorded proprietors are: Collegiate boosters and sports programmes for the University of Alabama and the University of Mississippi, which obstructed flight travel to conceal coachings and recruitment outings. Hooters' CEO, who along with other associates has a stalled plane to perform surprising restaurant inspections, the firm said.

Journal Enterprises, proprietor of the Albuquerque Journal, and Sam Zell, president of the Tribune Co. with the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune. The use of domestic sky is generally regarded as information to the general public, given that flight crews - whether flight attendants or leisure aircraft - depend on a system of flight control, radar, runways, lights and turrets, all of which are either subsidised or remunerated by the taxpayer.

Consequently, the flight information recorded by the FAA in its ATC system, with the exception of those for defence and critical intergovernmental use, is considered publicly available information. Websites such as FlightAware publish the information on-line so that anyone can monitor the system and track most aircraft practically in realtime.

As Chuck Collins, who examined the cost of private jets for the Institute for Policy Studies (PDF), said, the general public has a right to control such trips because tax payers and corporate travellers strongly endorse corporate air transport. Mr. Dan Hubbard, spokesperson for the BFA, which assists in managing the Block Aircraft Registration Application Programme (BARR), said data protection is important because companies fear that competition may be watching them and may disclose transactions that could affect share price.

"The NBAA is told by our members that there are certain conditions under which there is a safety problem and therefore they want to use the BARR program," he said. In November 2008, the programme attracted publicity after the Big Three car executive was criticised for taking company jet liners to ask Congress for funding, causing General Motors to freeze its flight.

Aircraft operators have two ways of hiding a flight. The NBAA will send a "block" mailing directly to private flight control locations, which are obliged by FAA arrangement to conceal these aircraft. On the other hand, the NBAA transmits a blocking to the FAA, which conceals the aircraft from information transmitted to flight trace locations.

The FAA is blocking aircraft free of cost and without the owner having to demonstrate why their movement should be kept confidential. Agencies only maintain the monthly history and delete historic data, which keeps the general population from knowing who used the software in the past. Originally, the programme dates back to 1995, when tracing websites began to spread.

A number of private groups of aeroplanes asked the FAA to restrict the sharing of information to a knowledgeable level. Groups praised Congress, and in 2000 a move was appended to an FAA licensing law that requires web pages to use the information to conceal any airplane at the FAA's behest. FAA spokesperson Laura Brown said the FAA does not have the necessary funding to assess the bloc enquiries and, because the AA receives the enquiries, it is allowed to collect information for the FAA.

On some occasions, notes and intelligence reports show that airplane operators have flown into some turmoil in outreach work. Senator Charles Grassley, the leading Republican on the Financial Affairs Board, opened an investigation into several tax-exempt government departments in 2007 and questioned whether fundraising was being made for villas, Rolls Royces and private jet homes.

The televangelist Copeland and his Eagle Mountain International Church in Newark, Texas, were interviewed about stays of airplanes in Maui, Fiji and Honolulu. On the website of the Department it says that the airplanes are used for human mission and for spreading the Lord's message all over the canvas. There are five airplanes on the blacklist, among them a $17 million Cessna Citation X. In addition, a 1953 North American T-28B Trojan, an old combat plane in Copeland, is blacklisted.

By September 2005, the use of state aircraft by the South Dakota government chief, Rounds, was the object of a three-part serial in the Sioux Falls Argus Leader, which revealed that he had gone to the Republican Party features and his sons' high schools basketball matches. There are two state levels on the blocks lists.

Rounds, a flyer who sometimes pilots himself, has spoken out in favour of using state aircraft to reduce travel times and costs. Colonel Dan Mosteller, South Dakota's Highway Patrol Supreme Director, said he resolved to freeze travel to guard the Gov. after a regular safety check. The South Dakota is not the only federal unit on the bloc roll.

New Mexico Department of Public Safety, which operates Gov. Bill Richardson and Alabama Department of Transportation have also blockaded theirs. Company jet use fuelled rage among the general population and even President Obama in the 2008 fiscal meltdown and federal rescue as bankers continue to buy aircraft and managers flew to resort and holiday home destinations.

Companies like AIG chose to resell planes and cancelling the purchase of new planes. In an email, AIG spokesperson Mark Herr said that AIG had been blocking its planes years before the collapse. A private plane has always been a symbol in a long-standing controversy over whether General aviation - the category to which company airliners, leisure planes, choppers and charter planes belong - should pay its equitable contribution to supporting the national flight system.

An FAA survey published in 2007 showed that General aviation uses 16 per cent of the aircraft system but spends only 3 per cent of its supporting tax. FAA denies the FAA survey. However, the need to serve several towns in one flight, the shortage of flight connections to some areas or the peculiarity of meetings often require the use of corporate aircraft.

According to a man who asked not to be ID'd for safety precautions, a flight attendant had stalled his aircraft after he and a woman had been followed by a man who had been following their flight. Corporate spokesperson Robin Pence said Gannett is shielding its flight operations mainly for competition purposes, such as potential acquisition and investment.

Lang said he was planning to take it off the blog. Long doesn't want the Governor or others to be able to conceal their planes, so why should he?

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