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Message 1911459 - Posted: 7 Jan 2018, 11:02:09 UTC

Malaysia's government said Saturday that it has approved a new attempt by a private company to find the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, nearly four years after its disappearance sparked one of aviation's biggest mysteries.


The Houston, Texas-based company Ocean Infinity dispatched a search vessel this past week to look in the southern Indian Ocean for debris from the plane, which disappeared March 8, 2014, on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 227 passengers and 12 crew members.


Malaysia OKs new search by private company for missing plane

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Message 1911634 - Posted: 7 Jan 2018, 22:33:08 UTC
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I hope the private company will find success this time around.
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Message 1911640 - Posted: 7 Jan 2018, 22:55:41 UTC
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A lot of experts around the world reckon that the new search area will prove to be the correct 1 based on better information gathered since the original search was finished.

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Message 1911702 - Posted: 8 Jan 2018, 7:10:22 UTC - in response to Message 1911640.  

A lot of experts around the world reckon that the new search area will prove to be the correct 1 based on better information gathered since the original search was finished.

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Thanks Wiggo. :)
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Message 1911821 - Posted: 8 Jan 2018, 20:15:29 UTC

I wish them success but I still think finding the plane will be harder than finding a needle in a haystack.
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Message 1912218 - Posted: 10 Jan 2018, 20:41:16 UTC - in response to Message 1911821.  

A Texas company will search for 70 million.
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Message 1912260 - Posted: 11 Jan 2018, 0:32:03 UTC - in response to Message 1912242.  

A Texas company will search for 70 million.

Any compensation difference regarding negative or positive results?


The government signed a "no cure, no fee" deal with the Houston, Texas-based company to resume the hunt for the plane, a year after the official search by Malaysia, Australia and China in the southern Indian Ocean was called off. The plane vanished on March 8, 2014, while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.



https://www.cbsnews.com/news/malaysia-airlines-flight-370-search-70-million-wreckage-ocean-infinity/
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Message 1922524 - Posted: 3 Mar 2018, 20:24:08 UTC

It will be found in the future but by private companies that may stumble upon it..
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Message 1925153 - Posted: 18 Mar 2018, 13:13:32 UTC

Just came across this just now
IMAGES have emerged showing what could be the wreckage of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and it's covered in bullet holes, an expert has claimed.
The Google Earth pictures show what appears to be the outline of the plane, which vanished along with 239 passengers and crew, under the surface of waters just north of Mauritius.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5839167/missing-flight-mh370-found-on-google-earth-riddled-with-bullet-holes-crash-investigation-expert-claims/
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Message 1925374 - Posted: 19 Mar 2018, 18:31:31 UTC

oh, yawn, sigh, just fake news, burp, fart, zzzzzzzzzzzzz
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Message 1925409 - Posted: 19 Mar 2018, 20:23:03 UTC - in response to Message 1925406.  

In this case, don't you think that the "sighs" win hands down? Or do you think that fake news is okay regardless of those 239 people who perished?
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Message 1925419 - Posted: 19 Mar 2018, 20:39:10 UTC - in response to Message 1925409.  

In this case, don't you think that the "sighs" win hands down? Or do you think that fake news is okay regardless of those 239 people who perished?

He didn't read the faker was using photos taken years before the plane took off ...
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Message 1933689 - Posted: 5 May 2018, 0:18:17 UTC

MH370 hunt throws up clues to 19th century mysteries.

A four-year search of the depths of the Indian Ocean has failed to find Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. But the unprecedented sonar hunt for the missing airliner might be close to solving 19th century mysteries — the locations of two sailing ships that vanished with cargos of coal.

Maritime historians on Thursday published a short list of the possible identities of two shipwrecks found during the initial 710,000-square km three-year search for the Boeing 777 that was lost in 2014 with 238 people aboard.

The wrecks, found in 2015, are 36km apart and 2,300km southwest of Australia in debris fields scattered with coal more than 3.7km below the ocean’s surface. The searchers had a closer look with underwater drones that took photographs of both sites.
At least some mysteries are being solved.

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Message 1935568 - Posted: 13 May 2018, 22:50:43 UTC

Aviation expert declares 'it’s not necessary' to continue search for MH370.

The man who initiated the Australian hunt for missing aircraft Malaysian Airline flight MH370 says the search operation is "no longer necessary" in solving the mystery.

In an exclusive interview with 60 Minutes reporter Tara Brown, Martin Dolan, former head of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, says the likelihood of finding the ill-fated airplane is very low and the wreckage is no longer needed to understand the aircraft’s final hours.

"I'm not sure, given the likely cost of extending the search for this aircraft, how much hope it is reasonable to hold out," Mr Dolan said.

"The data we have already means that we can form a view, broadly speaking, about what happened to reduce the likelihood of recurrence. That could be done now."
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Message 1935606 - Posted: 14 May 2018, 8:11:06 UTC - in response to Message 1935568.  

Thanks Wiggo, for the article. Hard to believe it's 4 years since it went missing. :(

I want the plane found, because it has to be. The World, needs the plane found. The theories that are out there are many, and need to be put to rest.
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