MH370 New Hope! "Ocean Unlimited" puts forward new ideas, Malaysia: very willing to cooperate
yingguoyingniao· 2019-12-03 05:44:17
According to the Stock Daily Dish website reported on November 30, Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony LokeSiew Fook said he was "very willing" to restart the search for Malaysia Airlines MH370. p>
p> p> On March 8, 2014, this aircraft contained The 239-person flight disappeared on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, becoming the world's largest aviation mystery. p>
Malaysia has signed an "no-cure, no-fee" agreement to look for aircraft indefinitely over the Indian Ocean. But the agreement means that no aircraft will be found without any compensation. p>
In January 2017, Malaysia, China, and Australia ended their two-year underwater search because no planes were found in the South Indian Ocean. The search campaign cost $ 141.6 million. p>
Last May, the second three-month search led by American exploration company Ocean Infinity ended in a similar way. p>
Then Lu Zhaofu responded: "If there are any credible leads or specific suggestions, we are very willing to restart the search." p>
According to Lu Zhaofu, "Ocean Unlimited" once said New technologies are available for searching, but they have not come up with new solutions. p>
p> p> Lu Zhaofu also added:" If they can let us I believe that the new technology can improve the search efficiency, so we are very willing to restart the search. " P>
At present, it is unclear whether" Unlimited Ocean "will search again. p>
It is believed that more than 30 pieces of debris belonging to Flight MH370 were washed off the Indian Ocean coast, but only 3 were confirmed to be from the aircraft. p>
The fragments are currently in the custody of the Malaysian government, including a wing fragment found in Tanzania, about 14 feet (4.27 meters) long, the largest fragment ever discovered. p>
Attorney Grace Nathan said the families of the passengers on the plane wanted to show the wreckage, called on the public to provide valuable clues, and prompted people to continue to look for the plane. p>
It is reported that Nathan's mother, Anne Daisy, was a passenger on Flight MH370. p>
Trump said he didn't know Prince Andrew, and the British media took two of...
Tourists found suitcases on the beach and opened them with broken arms and legs!
Girl was insulted because she didn't dare to take a taxi late at night: no...
MH370 New Hope! "Ocean Unlimited" puts forward new ideas, Malaysia: very...
Spend 90,000 to buy British Airways first class, but the meals are only toasted?
Chinese man hides in fridge after killing Chinese wife in Australia
When the British royal baby grows up: Prince George bald? Charlotte becomes...
Police remind: Women in Britain, don't walk at night alone!
Expert: 25 minutes of data lost due to US secret base MH370 search blocked