.On Friday, Malaysian and Australian officials said debris of aircraft found on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. It has been identified and that belongs to missing aircraft Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
In May, debris of plane flap found and being examined by the experts at the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, they continue their search for the aircraft in the remote coastal area of ocean off Australia’s west coast.
The agency said in the statement, the investigation team previously found connection of debris to the missing Boeing 777. Liow Tiong Lai, Malaysian Transport Minister also confirmed parts of the aircraft are of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Few debris of plane washed ashore on the Indian Ocean coastline, since a plane destroyed with 239 people on board during a flight from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing on March 8, 2014. None remains had helped to find out exact location of underwater remains.
The team of experts needs to find out data so that is gets to know why aircraft has changed its direction suddenly.
Search crews is possibly finish their search of the 120,000 square kilometre(46,000 square mile) area in the Indian Ocean by December.
Oceanographers examining the flap found in Tanzania and on the French island of La Reunion to identify whether it gives turn to potential new search through drift modeling.
Any new search needs more fund, Australia, China and Malaysia in July said that the USD 160 million fund balanced when stretch of ocean is pooped and any evidence found.