Malaysia has agreed to resume the search for the missing in 2014, Boeing
MOSCOW, 6 Jan — RIA Novosti. The Malaysian government has agreed to resume the search for the missing in March 2014 MH370 airliner in cooperation with the American company Infinity Ocean, according to Channel News Asia, citing the e-mail message addressed to the relatives of the passengers of the missing airliner.
“The Malaysian government has attracted Ocean Infinity to conduct further search operations for MH370” — leads the channel passage from the message.
Also the relatives of the passengers said that a search ship had sailed in the “zone searches” on Tuesday.
On the night of 8 March 2014, a Boeing 777-200 Malaysia Airlines, a flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 227 passengers and 12 crew members, including tourists from Russia, disappeared from radar screens. It is assumed that the plane crashed in the southern Indian ocean. The search operation was unable to establish the place of the crash.
In mid-January last year, the search for the missing in 2014 the Malaysian Boeing MH370 was officially suspended. Later, Malaysian authorities have allowed private individuals and organizations to search the wreckage.
The American company Ocean Infinity in early August last year, offered his services to conduct a search operation, relatives of passengers of the missing airliner. The company is engaged in research of the seabed and searches at great depths with the use of equipment operating in the Autonomous mode, has partnered with private corporations and research projects. The company has agreed to take a fee for services only in case of detection of the housing liner.