MH370 Search Might Continue After a Decade?!

( – Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared about 10 years ago resulting in a search that lasted years but ended with no answers. However, the search may be starting up again.

According to Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, the search for the airline may be reopened. Ibrahim said, “If there is compelling evidence that it needs to be reopened, we will certainly be happy to reopen it.”

He continued, “I don’t think it’s a technical issue. It’s an issue affecting the lives of people and whatever needs to be done must be done.”

On March 8, 2014, the Malaysian flight MH370 vanished over the Indian Ocean with 239 people on board. The flight, a Boeing 777 aircraft, was over the Indian Ocean where it went missing. It entailed the largest aviation search in history, which lasted until January 2017, when the search was halted.

On Sunday, 500 relatives of passengers from the plane gathered as the 10th anniversary was approaching and supported one another during a “Remembrance Day.”

Family members of passengers spoke out about how they felt following the event in 2014, including Grace Nathan who lost their mother, Anne Daisy, when the Malaysia flight disappeared. Nathan said, “The last 10 years have been a nonstop emotional rollercoaster for me.”

Transport Minister Anthony Loke said, “Malaysia is concerned and it’s committed to finding the plane.” He said, “We are now waiting for them to provide suitable dates and I hope to meet them soon.”

The Malaysian government received proposals from other search groups, such as Ocean Infinity, in order to begin the search again. Ocean Infinity said it was “focused on driving the transformation of operations at sea; innovating with technology and robotics to further advance our ocean search capabilities.”

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