Saturday, October 24, 2020

Fresh hopes wreckage of MH370 could be found six years after the plane went missing – as experts finds a likely crash site and say they would 'bet their house on' it being there

Aviation experts claim they have finally located the crash site of MH370, which vanished in March 2014 with 239 passengers on board. 

Despite a four-year, $200million international search effort covering more than 120,000sqm, the wreckage of the Malaysia Airlines plane has never been found, sparking the world's biggest aviation mystery. 

The experts believe the Boeing 777 plunged into the South Indian Ocean, near the co-ordinates of S34.2342 and E93.7875 - which is about 1,285 miles (2,070km) off the coast of Perth in Western Australia.

Engineer Victor Ianello and his team, based in the United States, this week said 'there are even better odds' the plane's wreckage is within 100 nautical miles of the of those co-ordinates, according to AirLive. 

Mr Ianello, who assisted Australian officials during the search, believes the plane flew 2,700 miles (4,340km) past Indonesia before crashing. 

Another aviation expert Byron Bailey, a former pilot, also says investigators were looking in the wrong spot and should have been looking south of the search site. 

'I'm sure the captain was trying to ditch the aircraft in as far south, remote location as possible, and leave as little wreckage as possible that would sink.' Mr Bailey said. 

He claims the search was within 30km of where he estimates the plane wreckage is situated. 

'If I'm wrong then it probably means the aircraft has been taken by aliens or is sitting in a hangar somewhere in Kazakhstan. I'd bet my house on it. As far as I'm concerned we know where it is, we've always known where it is,' he said. 

24/10/20 Brett Lackey and Brittany Chain/Daily Mail Australia/Mail Online

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