Search for Malaysian Jet to Be Costliest in History – NYTimes.com

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April 9, 2014 Malaysian Jet Search Costliest in History:  As the intensive hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 entered its second month on Tuesday, the only certainty was that it would become the most expensive search and recovery effort in aviation history, with an international fleet of ships and planes scouring the Indian Ocean at a cost of millions of dollars a day.

For the most part, the dozens of countries that have contributed personnel, equipment and expertise to the search have borne the costs while declining to disclose them, with officials offering a united front in saying it would be callous to talk about money while a commercial airliner and the 239 people aboard remained unaccounted for.  (Credits – Kirk Semple & the NYT).

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Search for Malaysian Jet to Be Costliest in History – NYTimes.com.

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