After 2 years of searching, a debris from the MH370 were found in Tanzania. However, the mystery from the disappeared aircraft remains a mystery. The reason for its horrible and questionable loss remains as it is.
The Malaysia Airlines, also known as MH370, had its last flight on March 8, 2014. The jet was carrying 239 passengers and crew when it disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Under unknown circumstances, it is believed to have crashed into the Indian Ocean. An extensive deep-sea search operation made to Australia’s west coast, yet nothing had been found. Thus, the MH370 is under the hunt off as of this moment, until a piece was been discovered in Tanzanian coast, Africa.
Malaysia’s transport ministry confirmed that the piece found to have part numbers, date stamps and other identifiers came from the Malaysia Airlines jet, MH370. However, the reason for it does not show its tragedy.
The Australian-led operation is scouring the seafloor within a remote 120,000-square-kilometre belt of the Indian Ocean where they believe that passenger went down. The search is nearly finished; however, the families of the passengers are still aiming for a further response.
Blaine Gibson, an American amateur investigator, handed other possible MH370 debris to Australian officials on Monday, saying several pieces were blackened by flames, raising the prospect of a flash fire onboard. On the other hand, he is not giving-up to solve the mystery happened to the jet.