The undersea search for the wreckage of the lost Malaysia Airlines flight 370 that disappeared seven years ago on March 8, 2014, on an overnight flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing may resume in 2022.
OVERLAND PARK, KS, October 19, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — American businessman Randy Rolston has released an extensive report detailing newly discovered evidence compiled by independent researchers in the disappearance of the Boeing 777. The new evidence reveals that the likely impact location of MH370 is 1130 kilometers west of Coral Bay, Western Australia. Malaysia and the 12 countries that lost citizens on flight 370 were sent copies of the report.
The 35-page report has new evidence retrieved from NASA and NOAA satellite data from March 8, 2014, pinpointing an impact location within 12 nautical miles of the last satellite communication from the aircraft in the northern Indian Ocean. The report also shows cross-matched environmental data from previous air/sea accidents indicates a high likelihood that MH370’s wreckage should be found within this 12-mile zone.
The Malaysian government has yet to respond directly to Mr. Rolston on the evidence report or to his offer to fund a new search in the spring of 2022. Randy Rolston said, “The current Malaysian government is not motivated to resume the search for MH370. I don’t think they will approve a new search without international pressure from the other governments that lost citizens on flight 370. However, the evidence is strong, and our current plan is to go ahead with our search in 2022 with or without an agreement from Malaysia. The 239 families of the passengers and crew on MH370 need closure to this tragedy.”
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