Wednesday, July 29, 2015

The Meeting. The aircraft debris could come from the MH370 – Ouest-France

According to the US official, investigators, including an expert from Boeing, identified the debris as the “flaperon” of a wing of the Boeing 777, the same model as the MH370 flight Malaysia Airlines disappeared in March 2014, reports The Associated Press (AP) .

The Malaysian Civil Aviation officially classified as an accident in January the mysterious disappearance of MH370 flight Malaysia Airlines 8 March 2014.

The plane with 239 people on board took off from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing but disappeared from radar screens after inexplicably deviated several thousand nautical miles from its flight path.

No trace of the device, and in particular flight recorders were found despite months of research.

The operations focused on a vast sea area off the coast of Perth, on the west coast of Australia.

Ongoing Investigations

The French Gendarmerie Air Transport prefers his side remain cautious about the link could be made between the debris found in the Meeting and the Boeing 777 that disappeared last year.

“People argue much about this case. We heard a piece of an aircraft on a beach, we went to check “, said Chief Warrant Officer Eric Chesneau, the gendarmerie brigade of air transport (GED) Reunion.

“You pretty sure this is an aircraft part (…) but we do not know at all the type to which it belongs” is -t he added. “even it is not known exactly which room it is. “

” The investigations are ongoing and so far there is nothing new “, has he said.


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