An almost intact plane wreck discovered in the London river is suspected to be that of the ill-fated plane that year.

On March 8, 2014, the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 (flight MH370) disappeared without a trace, becoming one of the biggest mysteries in aviation history.

Accordingly, flight MH370 took off at 0:41 on March 8, 2014 from Kuala Lumpur airport (Malaysia) to Beijing (China) with 239 people on board, including a crew of 12 and 227 people. passengers, mostly Chinese and Malaysian. About 40 minutes later, the pilot received instructions from air traffic controllers from Kuala Lumpur regarding the airspace transition.

“Good night. Malaysia 370” was the last message from the plane to Kuala Lumpur before disappearing. The plane’s position transmitter stopped working a few minutes later. Military radar detected that instead of heading north, the plane turned back toward the Andaman Sea. Satellite data showed the Boeing continued flying for several hours, possibly until it ran out of fuel. According to speculation, the plane may have crashed in a remote area in the southern Indian Ocean.

A large-scale search was launched with the participation of many countries. However, after 1,046 days of searching over a large area, the campaign was stopped. By early 2018, the Malaysian government agreed with the US Ocean Infinity Company to search with the condition that if they did not find it, they would not receive money. However, the campaign ended in failure a few months later.

Recently, Reuters news agency reported that Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said this week that the Malaysian Government is ready to reopen the investigation into the disappearance of MH370, if there is a convincing reason.

Meanwhile, Australia also offered to assist the Malaysian Government in restarting the search for debris from flight MH370.

On March 8 (local time), Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong and Australian Transport Minister Catherine King expressed the Australian Government’s “sincere sympathies” for the relatives of the victims on the plane. “The Australian Government supports all practical efforts to search for MH370. Australia stands ready to assist the Malaysian Government if Australian agencies can provide technical information resulting from participation in previous searches there,” the ministers said.

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