They’re the airlines we love to hate, whisking passengers across Europe for low fares with incredible regularity – in theory, at least. But the reality of “budget” airlines, as all-too many of us know, can be fraught with hidden fees, confusing baggage allowances and copious delays.
He’s tried tinkering with the tax system, banning smoking, making maths compulsory until a teenager is breathing pie charts and attempted to convince the public that he’s a nice guy by getting his wife to say he’s a nice guy. But opinion polls make for continued grim reading for the PM so he’s trying a joker card from the pack by attacking the Greeks.
On March 8, 2014, Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, and its 239 occupants, took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport with a final destination of Beijing, a journey that should have been no more than seven hours long. Not only did the Boeing 777 never make it to China, it hasn’t been seen since, and all its passengers and crew members are presumed to have died somewhere in the Southern Indian Ocean. What sounds like an episode of "Unsolved Mysteries" is the subject of a new Netflix documentary titled "MH370: The Plane That Disappeared," which chronicles the mysterious vanishing of a commercial jet, the years-long investigation into its disappearance, and the various theories avionics experts and the families of the missing passengers have come up with in the nearly 10 years since the fateful flight. Here are five things you should know before you watch one of the most perplexing Netflix new releases.