Missing Boeing may have been found

The almost two weeks missing Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines may have been found in the Indian Ocean, west of Australia. On two satellite images were seen two missing pieces of wreckage that belong to the device. Whether it actually comes to the illustrious device has not been officially confirmed. According to the Malaysian Minister Hishammuddin Hussein of Transport the satellite images of the debris are credible. The Malaysia Airlines Boeing carried 239 passengers and it was on it’s way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it disappeared from the radar almost two weeks ago.

The pieces are floating about 2,500 kilometers of southwest of Perth. It is not clear when the recordings were made and therefore, the pieces can now float again a hundred kilometers further. In general, the general manager John Young of the Australian Miritime Safety Authority describes it as the best track that researchers currently have.




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