Malaysia Airlines Plane Makes Emergency Landing

A Malaysia Airlines plane (below) prepares to go onto the runway and pass by a stationary Chinese Ilyushin 76 aircraft (top) at Perth International Airport on March 25, 2014. Wild weather halted the search on March 25 for wreckage from the Malaysia Airlines jet that crashed into the Indian Ocean, frustrating attempts to determine why it veered off course and bring closure to grieving relatives. AFP PHOTO / POOL / Greg WOOD Photo: GREG WOOD/AFP/Getty Images

The name "Malaysia Airlines" inspires little confidence these days, so another mishap is the last thing the company needed, even if it was relatively minor. On Monday, a Malaysia Airlines flight bound for Bangalore, India was forced to make an emergency landing in Kuala Lumpur. Flight 192's tire burst upon takeoff, and the pilot was told to turn back after debris was found on the runway. The flight landed safely and is scheduled to depart again later in the day. Meanwhile, the Australian agency coordinating the search for Flight 370 said the Bluefin-21 submarine has completed its eighth underwater mission. It has now covered two thirds of the underwater search area, but "no contacts of interest have been found."