Where is Malaysia Airlines’ missing Boeing 777?

Where is Malaysia Airlines’ missing Boeing 777?

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With all the new technology making our world a smaller place it is truly difficult to understand how a Boeing 777 carrying 239 people can totally disappear.  However that is what has happened in the year 2014.

On Saturday it will be 2 weeks since the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing and there is still no evidence to suggest where one earth it could be, which is deeply upsetting for the families and friends of those who boarded that flight.

The internet has run wild with theories and speculation but the truth is there is still much doubt over what is going on and what could have possibly happened.   Here is what we do know:


Six Aviation Websites you should know – Part II

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As promises are made not to be broken, we have been working hard to get you another list of amazing aviation websites you should be aware of. Have a seat, relax and… enjoy your flight!

Rand's last captain flight in October 2012. Delta Air Lines, Boeing 747-400, Nagoya to Detroit.

Rand’s last captain flight in October 2012. Delta Air Lines, Boeing 747-400, Nagoya to Detroit.

1. Rand Peck Aviation Photography


Not only flew during 38 years, but he also took pictures of all of it. After retiring in October 2012, Rand has been sharing his stories and knowledge, as well as his love for photography with all of us through the Internet. If you want to have a great time, don’t miss this site, it really is moving!


Best Flying Films – Pt. 1


The team here at World Airport Codes are obviously well into our travel, especially planes and airports, but we also enjoy a good film too.

So I thought it would be fun to see what we, as a company, thought were the best aviation films ever. The only condition is that the film has to revolve around a plane, airport or flight. Also mentioned are one or two films that we didn’t think much of.

Disney Planes

This film about racing planes, a spin-off from the Cars franchise, is probably mostly favoured amongst our younger enthusiasts out there. Although Planes was not officially published by Pixar studio it was co-written and directed by the some of the same team who were involved. The story revolves around the tale of Dusty Crophopper, a cropduster plane who really dreams of becoming a race plane.

Although Planes was quite harshly reviewed on various review sites, I don’t feel it was that bad. The animations were nice and the children are sure to enjoy it.

They’ve also recently been working on a sequel ‘Planes: Fire & Rescue’ which is due for launch later this year, July 2014. Here’s a trailer for the upcoming release: