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Will there be another search for MH370?


According British aerospace engineer Richard Godfrey revolutionary aviation tracking technology has revealed that Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 hit the ocean 1933 kilometres from Perth.

 

"The prime crash location is at the foot of the Broken Ridge in an area with difficult underwater terrain," Mr Godfrey's report, released today, claimed.

 

"There are mountainous outcrops and cliffs, an underwater volcano and a canyon."

 

Godfrey made use of Global Detection and Tracking of Any Aircraft Anywhere (GDTAAA) software and Weak Signal Propagation Reporter (WSPR) data.

 

"This data supports an overwhelming case for a renewed search in the prime crash location," his report reads.

 

While Godfrey says the missing aircraft could be found next year, in 2016, Australia, Malaysia and China agreed that an official search would only resume if the three countries had credible evidence that identified a specific location for the wreckage, Nine News reported. 

 

"[I] applaud Richard Godfrey for his ongoing endeavours…and express my fervent desire to see another search mounted which may lead to answers finally for the 239 families who lost loved ones on that flight," Peter Foley, who led the $200 million Australian Transport Safety Bureau search said.

 
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Published: 1 December 2021

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