With the fate of Malaysia Air Flight 370 still unclear, DW takes a looks back at a similar story. What happens when a plane simply disappears?
It's been over six weeks now, and there are still no definite answers as to the fate of Malaysia Air Flight 370. How is it possible, many have wondered, that an airplane could just disappear without a trace? Well, our correspondent Charles Maynes recently traveled to the city of Serov in the Ural Mountains to revisit a similar story and to find out what happened next...
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