Malaysia Airline flight MH370 search could be reopened after new research is conducted and continuing conspiracies will not be silenced.
Six years after the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in March 2014, there are renewed hopes for a new investigation to uncover the wreckage from the flight.
The six-year-long rescue effort has seen an investment of $200m however, to date, the wreckage of the doomed flight has never been found.
The mystery of the flight’s disappearance has baffled the aviation community with experts surmising that the Boeing 777 crashed somewhere in the South Indian Ocean off the coast of Perth, Australia.
This week, a team of experts have surmised that the plane crashed within 100 nautical miles of the original coordinates where the plane was thought to have crashed.
They current believe that the plane flew almost 2,700 miles past Indonesia prior to crashing.
However, Tony Abbott, former Australian Prime Minister, revealed after the initial crash that he was told by top-level Malaysian officials that they believed that Captain Zaharie Shah had purposefully brought down the plane in an extreme murder-suicide plot.
The original search pattern had assumed the plane was on its direct flight path when it crashed however it is thought to be possible that, if the pilot had purposefully crashed the plane, then it would be out with that original search area.
While many deny the allegations, other have said that this could possibly be the reason that an original distress call was never sent.
There are now renewed calls to reopen the search for the fated aircraft.
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