Australia today announced the aircraft debris gathered this month in Mozambique more likely of MH370 flight missing.
The Malaysian Government’s investigation team recently identified both fragments match the plate panels of Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777, CNA quoted Darren Chester, Minister of infrastructure and transport in Australia, said today. “The analysis concluded the debris almost certainly from MH370,” he said.
“The fragments are found in the eastern coast of Africa fit model drift and reinforce our search efforts in the southern Indian Ocean,” Chester said.
MH370 of Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 239 passengers and crew disappeared shortly after taking off from Kuala Lumpur, scheduled to Beijing in March 2014.
Fragments of a meter long, white this month was Blaine Gibson, an American found off the coast of Mozambique. Gibson is joining MH370 search independently. Debris was moved to Australia to test earlier this week.
South African teenager Liam Lotter also found a second body, bearing the words 676EB in Mozambique.
Investigators from Australia and Malaysia, as well as the experts of Geoscience Australia, Boeing, and the Australian National University in Canberra, has examined this debris.
Malaysia this week said they will send a team to collect a debris was found in the Southern Ocean to South Africa to check that it is of the MH370 or not.
The aircraft was believed to have crashed into the Indian Ocean and the initial search on an area of seabed 60000 km2 is currently been extended to add 60000 km2.
Debris from the aircraft to drift up the French Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean trout in July 2015. To date, this is the only wing in the debris, were confirmed to belong to the missing plane.
On the same day: Malaysia urged looking MH370 in Africa
Malaysia today called for opening the search campaigns around the coast of South Africa and Mozambique to collect the debris suspected to be from MH370.
“We feel the need to search in the area of the coast of South Africa to gather more shards. Malaysia is sending a team to which the South African authorities and wait for approval, “Reuters quoted Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said Malaysia.
According to Liow, search campaigns, led by Malaysia to implement, will focus around South Africa and Mozambique.
Before that, in March found the two bodies suspected debris MH370 on the southern coast of South Africa and Mozambique. Australia today concluded the object drift into Mozambique, contains the words “No Step”, the more likely is that of MH370.
The flight number of the MH370 of Malaysia Airlines, carrying 239 people on board, went missing on March 8, 2014 when flying from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing, China. The incident became one of the greatest mysteries of modern aviation.
Australia is leading the campaign to focus on the wide sea area 120,000 km2 in the waters of the southern Indian Ocean to outback. Mr. Liow message will not change this search area.