Australia confirmed shards found in Mozambique is of MH370 aircraft are missing

The search for the most costly aviation history the world seems to have come to an end after the announcement of Australia.

The tail of MH370 on the coast of Mozambique
Wings of MH370 are found on the island of Reunion, the Western Indian Ocean. Photo: News.com.au

The Committee of the Australian transport safety (ATSB) today confirmed the debris found in Mozambique is the number of the missing MH370 in 2014, according to Xinhua.

Australian Transport Minister, Mr Darren Chester also confirmed the letters and numbers on the fragments is Malaysia Airlines.

According to Mr. Chester, Australia have two examiners fragments obtained in Mozambique on March 11th and found on fragments labeled “No Step”, type in the letter that the airline Malaysia Airlines use. With the identified fragments of MH370, world experts hope one of the mysteries of aviation history will be answered.

Malaysia’s MH370 aircraft March 2014 suddenly disappeared while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, China together 239 people on board.

Australian officials in December last year for new analysis confirmed or they can search in the correct location on the Indian Ocean. In September last year, the French investigators confirmed the aircraft debris was found on the island of Reunion two months earlier as part of the MH370 aircraft missing.

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