Is Ocean Infinity still looking for MH370?

KUALA LUMPUR – Ocean Infinity, a marine robotics company, will be continuing its search for the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 with new and improved technology.

Will the search for MH370 resume?

A United States marine robotics company has kickstarted a search for the missing MH370 aircraft, announced on the eighth anniversary of one of aviation’s biggest mysteries.

Where is the Malaysian flight 370?

Indian Ocean
On March 24 Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced that, based on analysis of the final signals, Inmarsat and the U.K.’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) had concluded that the flight crashed in a remote part of the Indian Ocean 2,500 km (1,500 mi) southwest of Australia.

Did the co-pilot of Flight MH370 try to use his mobile?

Malaysian authorities initially denied reports of a mobile being detected but a confidential police report has been leaked online saying the phone belonged to the co-pilot of MH370 THE co-pilot of flight MH370 may have tried to use his mobile during the flight before the airplane mysteriously vanished, a review of a secret report suggests.

What happened to Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370?

MH370 vanished from radar after taking off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and took an unexplained U-turn from its planned flight path. Seven years on, some investigators believe the plane’s captain made a series of zig-zagging movements to throw off air traffic teams and evade radar systems.

Could Bombshell technology help find missing plane MH370?

THE hunt for MH370 has been restarted as bombshell technology could help pinpoint the exact location of the Malaysia Airlines plane eight years on. The missing aircraft vanished in 2014 with 239 on board en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur.

How many pieces of debris have been found from MH370?

Since 2014, 33 pieces of debris have been found in six countries-including South Africa and Madagascar-which experts believe proves the plane plunged into the Indian Ocean.