Reports/SAR/Australia

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Search and Rescue (SAR) Reports presented to the ICAO by Australia

See also: Royal Australian Navy

Two Reports are linked from this page:-
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ATM/ SG/2−WP30

04-08/8/2014

MH370 SEARCH AND RESCUE RESPONSE – JRCC AUSTRALIA (Presented by Australia)

Agenda Item 6: AOP, MET, AIM, SAR

The Second Meeting of the APANPIRG ATM Sub-Group (ATM /SG/2)

Hong Kong, China, 4-8 August 2014

This paper presents an overview of the Australian SAR response to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 which went missing following its departure from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on the 8th March 2014. It also provides a comparison from a SAR perspective between the MH370 incident and the Air France Flight AF447 incident of 2009 and invites States involved in the MH370 incident to consider providing inputs to ICAO for any improvements to the global and regional SAR system.


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APSAR/TF/3−WP14

25 – 29/01/2015

MH370 SEARCH AND RESCUE RESPONSE – JRCC AUSTRALIA (Presented by Australia)

Agenda Item 4: Asia/Pacific and inter-regional SAR planning, coordination and cooperation

Third Meeting of the Asia/Pacific Regional Search and Rescue Task Force (APSAR/TF/3)

Maldives, 25 – 29 January 2015

This paper presents an overview of the Australian SAR response to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 which went missing following its departure from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on the 8 th March 2014 with a view towards prompting APSAR/TF/3 discussion on any issues which may improve the development of the draft Asia/Pacific Regional SAR Plan.
This paper also provides a comparison from a SAR perspective between the MH370 incident and the Air France Flight AF447 incident of 2009.