Malaysia recently banned all travel to Israel over security concerns arising from last summer’s Gaza conflict and the threat posed by the Islamic State.
Aviation experts believe fuselage may be easily found as aircraft probably only broke up when it hit water.
Small aircraft crashes while trying to land in Rishon Lezion; pilot sustains light injuries.
With modern technology, it is perfectly feasible to add video recordings, ejectable black boxes and cloud storage.
Officials optimistic that plane could be found soon; no new acoustic signals picked up; search area refined with help of earlier "pings."
How is it that in an age of hi-tech doodads, something as big as an airliner can simply disappear?
Sources close to investigation tell British 'Telegraph' that data suggest plane was intact when it crashed.
The latest possible lead came as the search for Flight MH370 entered its third week, with still no confirmed trace of the Boeing 777.
Search area covers vast northern and southern corridors; southern route seen most likely as northern corridor overland; no wreckage found so far.
Convicted terrorist testified that he sold a bomb to Malaysian jihadists for the purpose of a hijacking, 'Telegraph' reports.