Do you still remember about MH 370, the Malaysia Airlines jet was carrying 239 passengers and crew?
The plane vanished during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014, and until now, it can be found.
And now, a fisherman spotted wreckage washed ashore on Monday morning on a remote beach around 7km north of Cape Tribulation, in Far North Queensland, Australia. The fisherman named Mick Elcoate said he initially thought the debris part of a yacht’s rudder, but then he spotted a wing-like structure caked in sand and shells.
And now, the debris from missing plane MH370 on a Queensland beach, offering fresh hopes the mystery of the missing aircraft could be solved.
Mick posted images of the debris online in an Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Facebook group, then he said there are many social media users who contacted him about the possibility the debris belonged to the mystery Malaysia Airlines plane.
As we know, the government of Malaysia believed that the MH370 mystery was a mass murder-suicide orchestrated by the captain.
Australia’s ex-prime minister previously claimed that the captain of the Boeing 777 (Zaharie Ahmad Shah) has been accused of hijacking the aircraft and crashing it in the remote Indian Ocean in a carefully planned plot. But from the investigation held by Malaysia’s official, there was no evidence Zaharie had carried out a murder-suicide.
While many speculated the debris was that of the missing plane, it may be unlikely as part of a wing was found in 2015 on Reunion Island, east of Madagascar – more than 10,000km away.
Data analysis indicates the Boeing 777-200ER flew over the Indian Ocean until it ran out of fuel and violently slammed into the water.