Yesterday Malaysia announced that it has to be assumed that the Malaysian Airlines MH370 has crashed in the South Indian Ocean. Today they delivered more details in a press-conference.
It has been more than two weeks that the Malaysian Airlines jet MH370 has been missing. The Malaysian Prime Minister confirmed yesterday that the MH370 is considered to have crashed in the Southern Indian Ocean. This conclusion is supported by new analyses of satellite data and the spotted debris. In a new press-conference the Malaysian government released new details and next steps.
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The satellite data analysis concluded that the MH370 has likely crashed in the southern corridor. All search efforts are no focusing on that area and all search efforts in the northern flight corridor have been called off. Via BBC.
The remain area is still huge and it is hard to say how long the search will take and if we will ever know what really happen. The Telegraph has published a report today that nurtures the theory that the MH370 crash was a suicide mission. The unusual flight path has some experts believe that the airplane was intentionally flown there.
The Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 had 239 people on board vanished on March 8th after leaving Kuala Lumpur bound for Beijing.
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