Search Efforts for Missing Plane Concentrated in One Area
Australian and Chinese planes have spotted several objects at an area that was identified by multiple satellite images which contained debris coming from the missing Malaysian airplane which boosted hopes that the search for the missing plane in the southern Indian Ocean will show more clues about the plane’s fate.
The crew manning the Australian P3 Orion Located two objects in the search area, gray or green circular debris and the second object is a orange rectangular debris. Also the HMAS Success a Australian navy supply ship was quickly on the scene and is trying to locate and recover the said objects. Separately crew onboard the Chinese IL-76 aircraft had combed the search zone has also seen two large objects and several smaller ones scattered several square kilometers.
China has directed its ice breaker Snow Dragon to the latest fins and the ship is due to arrive today along with six other Chinese ships which were directed towards the search area and with 20 fishing vessels that were asked to assist in the search for the missing plane. The search crew is racing in time, as long as there is a chance to find the missing plane search efforts will carry on.
The satellite images and data that was released by China, Australia and France has identified possible debris in an area that is linked to the disappearance of the Flight 370.