Wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 suggests the aircraft did not make a controlled descent into the ocean, according to a new report. Various pieces of the Boeing 777 have been washed up along the east coast of Africa in recent months, offering investigators fresh insight into what might have caused the plane to disappear.
The hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is likely to be suspended if the aircraft is not found in the current search area. Officials from China, Malaysia and Australia confirmed the search will reach a hiatus if an area of the southern Indian Ocean currently under investigation reveals no further information.
Two plane parts recovered from Mozambique are almost certainly from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. That is the view of the transport ministers of Australia and Malaysia, following analysis in Australia. The two pieces of debris were found separately by members of the public.
French investigators have said “with certainty” that debris found on Reunion Island is from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. The flight went missing in March 2014 on route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, with the feared loss of all 239 people on board.
Debris found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean is “conclusively” from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak has confirmed. The Boeing 777 aircraft was travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8th 2014 when it vanished from radar. All 239 people on board are presumed dead.
Malaysia has urged caution as speculation grows debris washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion comes from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. A two-metre long piece of wreckage was found on Wednesday on the island, off the coast of Madagascar.
Investigators looking for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 have said the search area could be doubled in size if the present exploration fails to locate the plane. The latest news comes as ministers from Australian, Malaysian and Chinese meet to discuss progress.
Officials in Malaysia have declared the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 an accident, confirming there were no survivors. The decision is a technical step, with the search for the wreckage of the plane ongoing. The aircraft, with 239 people on board, disappeared on March 8th 2014, with no trace located since.