Malaysia Airlines Jet Makes Emergency Landing in Australia After Fire Scare

Malaysia Airlines, which has been plagued by tragedy over the past 15 months, had another scare Friday when one of its passenger jets made an emergency landing in Australia after the crew was alerted to a possible engine fire.

AirAsia Plane with 162 Onboard Missing in Indonesia

In the third air incident connected to Malaysia this year, an AirAsia plane with 162 people on board disappeared Sunday while flying over the Java Sea after taking off from Indonesia’s second-largest city for Singapore.

The two countries immediately launched a search and rescue operation for Flight 8501, but there was no sign of the plane more than seven hours after it lost contact with ground control.

Friends of Malaysia Airlines Victims Describe the 'Vast Emptiness' After Crash

Parents of 3 Children Killed in Malaysia Airlines Crash: 'We Live in a Hell Beyond Hell'

The parents of three Australian children who died in the Malaysia Airlines crash are speaking out, calling for the triumph of love over hate.

Grieving Father of Malaysia Airlines Victim Lashes Out at Vladimir Putin in Open Letter

A Dutch father who lost his only child in the missile attack on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 posted an emotional open letter to Russian president Vladimir Putin, holding him responsible for the Russian-backed separatists who, officials say, brought down the commercial passenger jet on July 17.

Parents Remember Malaysia Airlines Flight Attendant Who Switched Planes (VIDEO)

Dutch Cyclist Was Nearly on Both Fatal Malaysia Airlines Flights

Who Was Quinn Lucas Schansman, the Lone American Passenger on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17?

Quinn Lucas Schansman, the lone American passenger among the dead on the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash, was traveling to meet up with family members for a summer vacation in Bali, Indonesia, when his flight – believed to have been brought down by a surface-to-air missile – crashed in Ukraine.

President Obama: One American Onboard Downed Malaysia Airlines Flight

Jason Biggs Apologizes for 'Poor Taste' Tweet About Malaysian Plane Crash

Jason Biggs is saying he’s sorry – yet again – for a Tweet he intended to be humorous and posted after Thursday’s Malaysian Airlines tragedy that killed all 295 people aboard.