May 13, 2016: The search for the flight MH370 still continues. A year after the disappearance of the flight, the Malaysian officials have been in a contact with the South African Government regarding the possible search in the country’s eastern coastline.
The flight MH370 which went missing in the year 2014 March 8 with 239 on board passengers is yet to be solved and the search is still going on.
It is learnt that, the total 5 pieces of wreckage were found from the Boeing 777 in the Indian Ocean since it vanished. This year a piece of wreckage were found in the Mossel Bay area.
The Malaysian investigators did not give up for the search of the missing plane and is still in contact with the government agencies with South Africa, Mozambique and Mauritius for the other debris that might possible to have wash up in the beaches of those countries.
The search will be continue as the team are certain that more debris may be found in the areas Mozambique and Mauritius following the 5 debris that were recovered in the latest search, said the experts.
The Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said, it will be decided about the expansion of the search for other debris of the missing plane after the countries meeting with Malaysia, Australia and China which will be convening in June/July.
It is however, still uncertain whether the international team will expand its search for the missing plane in those areas.
Liow also said that, it is important to look for the wreckage and also to analyze the actual cause of the incident.
Australian Officials confirmed the debris that was recovered in the latest search is consistent regarding the identical with that of the missing Airplane MH370.
Liow also added that, future search will be chart during the meeting after looking into the result of the 120000 square kilometer search.