PARIS/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Airplane debris that washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion and may belong to a vanished Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 arrived in France on Saturday for investigators to study its origin.
Some terrible possibilities that evidence that could help solve the MH370 mystery have inadvertently been burned in beach cleaning operations on La Reunion island in the Indian Ocean have been raised in media reports. One of the most detailed of these appeared overnight on the UK Telegraph newspaper site. The 777 flaperon wing part that [...]
This week, a wing segment of an airliner washed up on the shores of Reunion Island in the western Indian Ocean. Investigators believe the wreckage to be that of a "flaperon" from the right wing of a Boeing 777. On March 8, 2014, a Malaysia...Show More Summary
The media this week trumpeted the discovery of debris from a Boeing 777 that is possibly the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The place where the debris was found is the remote Indian Ocean island of Reunion, which is also the location of Piton de la Fournaise...
Australian officials say that it's very likely that the piece of an airplane wing found on a French island in the Indian Ocean is from the missing Boeing-777
A piece of airplane wreckage that washed up on an Indian Ocean island arrived for analysis at a French laboratory Saturday, an AFP journalist saw, after Malaysian authorities said the part almost certainly came from missing flight MH370.
PARIS (Reuters) - An Air France flight said to be carrying plane debris that washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion and may belong to the vanished Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 has arrived in Paris for investigators to study its origin.
Plane debris that washed up on an Indian Ocean island is from a Boeing 777, Malaysian authorities said Friday, making it almost certainly the first piece of wreckage recovered from missing flight MH370. If confirmed by analysis of the wing part — which was being flown to Paris on Friday night...
Malaysian officials today announced that the debris recovered this week in the Indian Ocean was from flight MH370. The debris... The post Malaysian Officials: Part Number CONFIRMS Debris From Boeing 777 Was Flight MH370 appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Officials from Malaysia, France, and Australia are saying a piece of an airplane wing that washed ashore on a remote French island in the Indian Ocean on Wednesday is most likely part of the missing Malaysian flight MH370. The debris...Show More Summary
ST DENIS, Reunion (Reuters) - Plane debris which washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunionand is thought to belong to the vanished Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was flown to France on Friday for checks officials hope could provide...Show More Summary
While the world reels at news that debris washed ashore on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean may be from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, there's one person who's not surprised. Charitha Pattiaratchi, an oceanography professor at the University of Western Australia, created models last year that showed how currents...
Although it is undoubtedly exciting that airplane debris found in the Indian Ocean this week might finally provide proof that Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 crashed in the ocean, that doesn't mean that authorities are about to learn much else about what happened to the plane. As the New York Times... More »
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Speculation about the fate of MH370 has been reignited after debris from a Boeing 777 was found on an island in the Indian Ocean
David Gallo describes the unique challenges recovery teams face in the Indian Ocean
Plane debris that washed up on an Indian Ocean island is from a Boeing 777, Malaysian authorities said Friday, making it almost certainly the first piece of wreckage recovered from missing flight MH370. This could be the convincing evidence that MH370 went down in the Indian Ocean," Malaysia's deputy transport minister Abdul Aziz Kaprawi told AFP. Show More Summary
Currents in the Indian Ocean could have carried airplane parts a long way; might they hold clues to the crash site?
There are consequences from the confirmation this evening by Malaysia’s deputy transport minister Abdul Aziz Kaprawi that the wing flaperon recovered from La Reunion in the Indian Ocean on Wednesday is from a Boeing 777. The most obvious of these is that the general premises of the Australian managed and Malaysia directed sea floor search for [...]
SAINT-DENIS, Reunion (Reuters) - Plane debris washed up on the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean is almost certainly part of a Boeing 777, a Malaysian official and aviation experts said, potentially the biggest breakthrough in the search for missing Flight MH370.