MH370 is not where we think, Australian Official said

MH370 is not where we think, Australian Official said

The MH370 Malaysia Airlines plane is not in the Indian Ocean search zone where underwater “pings” were detected, the Australian search authorities have announced, after a US navy officer cast doubt on whether the signals were from a plane’s black box flight recorder. An underwater search vehicle, Bluefin-21, has scoured more than 850 square kilometres of the Indian ocean west of Perth since four acoustic signals – thought to have been emitted by the missing aircraft’s black box flight recorders – were detected by a towed pinger locator in April. But the search has failed to turn up any sign of the plane, which went missing on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to beijing on 8 March with 239 people on board.



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