After disappeared in March 2014 during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 with 239 people on board, is believed to have been deliberately plunged into the Southern Indian Ocean.
And six years after the incident, the crash site of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been identified.
As cited News24xx.com from the top aviation experts, the crash has been a mystery since pieces of the Boeing 777-200ER washed up on coastlines months and years after it vanished
The aviation experts have now identified a probable crash site they claim warrants a new search of the ocean floor.
One of three experts to have published a new technical report named Victor Iannello, who assisted Australian officials during a previous search, said the plane is within 100 nautical miles of the potential impact site. He claiming the plane flew 115 miles west of Banda Aceh, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, after it was turned around en route to China and flown back across Malaysia.
Mr. Iannello said: “I believe there are better than even odds that the plane is within 100 nautical miles 115 miles of our last estimated point. Other the portions that were previously searched, some of the data is either missing or of low quality due to the challenging terrain of the seafloor.”
Mr. Ianello, Bobby Ulich, and Richard Godfrey developed a model which looked at the civilian and military radar to determine the highest probability of the flight path
They then used the data to analyze debris that washed up miles away from the suspected crash site, examining 2,300 possible flight paths in the process