Australia reported on the failed search for the missing Malaysian Boeing

The search for the missing Malaysian Boeing 777-200, EN route flight MH370, was not successful. This is stated in the report of the Australian Bureau of transport security, the document published on the Agency’s website.

“Despite the extraordinary efforts of hundreds involved in the search of people around the world, the plane was never found”, — reported in the report. The document notes that signals, including automatic — with aircraft were reported after 38 minutes of flight, though it continued moving for seven hours. His last reliably set the location at the Northern border of the island of Sumatra.

In the report it is mentioned that the experts examined the 120 thousand square kilometers of the seabed in the 661 area, however, traces the collapse of the liner could not be found. “Until the plane MH370 is not found, the reasons for its loss ascertained. Unbelievable — and from the point of view of morality, and strongly unacceptable — in the modern aviation era, when the daily on Board the aircraft up to 10 million passengers a plane disappeared, and the world community did not know what happened with him and the people on Board”, — summarized in the report.

The Bureau reports that the decision to terminate search made by the authorities of the three countries — Malaysia, Australia and China — on January 17, and expresses condolences to the relatives of the victims.

March 2, 2016, the media reported about the discovery of the wreckage of the plane near the coast of Mozambique. According to some, he could be part of missing Malaysian “Boeing”. In July last year on the shore of the island of réunion, 700 km from Madagascar was discovered the other part of the aircraft. On a fragment has been preserved marking “657BB” that, according to the technical description of the Boeing 777, corresponds to the “Aileron-flap”. In August of the same year, the international investigation team finally confirmed that was found on the island of reunion, the debris belonged to the missing liner.

The Boeing 777 Malaysia Airlines, a flight MH370 on route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, disappeared from radar screens in the night of 8 March 2014. As a result of several search operations to locate the aircraft or its wreckage and failed. On Board were 227 passengers and 12 crew members. In January 2015, all aboard the airliner were officially confirmed dead.