Search for missing flight MH370 continues 4 years later with submarine drones
A Texas-based seabed intelligence firm uses submarine drones in latest search.
A U.S.-based seabed exploration company has launched a new search for the missing Boeing 777.
The search for the Malaysia Airlines flight was a $160 million effort that lasted nearly three years and scoured some 120,000 square miles of ocean.
Turning overseas and to the search for Malaysia airlines flight 370 which vanished over the Indian Ocean in 2014. There's a new report from a salient investigators. Suggesting there was no one controlling the plane when it plunged into the water that report cites satellite data that's consistent
The Australian government released several photos of a wing flap believed to belong to the missing airliner from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The plane vanished without a trace more than two years ago with 239 people on board.
An analysis concludes the debris is "consistent" with parts from a Boeing 777.
As missing Malaysia airlines flight 370 we've learned that American says that he found it. Seattle resident blame Gibson says he chartered a boat to search a remote sandbar for possible debris. He's made similar searches and other parts of the world another part from the missing plane was found
Debris found along the coast of Mozambique is being studied for a possible connection to the missing Malaysia Airlines flight that disappeared two years ago, Australian officials have confirmed to ABC News.
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