Malaysia Airlines MH370
New twist in the case of the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines MH370 on March 8, 2014. Richard Godfrey, a British aeronautical engineer claims to have located the wreckage of the Boering 777. While he had to connect Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, the plane had suddenly and mysteriously vanished, plunging the families of the 227 passengers in total disarray.
The aeronautical engineer managed to delimit an area 74 kilometers in diameter, in which the wreckage would be. “I hope this will allow loved ones to mourn and that it will provide answers to questions from the aviation sector, so that the MH370 tragedy does not happen again” said Richard Godfrey, who published the results of his research on the site “MH370 search”.
1900 kilometers from the Australian coast
According to research by Richard Godfrey, the plane is located about 1900 kilometers from Perth, south of the west coast of Australia. “Nobody had the idea of combining the satellite data of Inmarsat with those of Boeing, those of oceanic debris drifts and finally those of the WSPR network (short distance radio communication)” illustrates the engineer, who explains how he came to this conclusion with his team.
No wreckage, debris, or body had been found during intense research carried out by many countries, including France. International research teams had set out to monitor a large area of more than 12,000 kilometers, in the heart of the Indian Ocean. What, perhaps, give again hope to find the plane one day.
Route of Malaysia Airlines MH370 with search area inserted. Small circles are claimed sighting of debris.
Photo description: route of Malaysia Airlines MH370 with search area inserted. Small circles are claimed sighting of debris.