9 years after her disappearance, the families of the Malaysian plane passengers are calling for new research 9 years after her disappearance, the families of the Malaysian plane passengers are calling for new research

9 years after her disappearance, the families of the Malaysian plane passengers are calling for new research

9 years after her disappearance, the families of the Malaysian plane passengers are calling for new research The families of the passengers of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which mysteriously disappeared nine years ago, called on the Malaysian government on Sunday to allow the US company, Ocean Infinity, to conduct a new search on the seabed for the missing plane.  Families of passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 that mysteriously disappeared nine years ago called on the Malaysian government on Sunday to allow US company Ocean Infinity to conduct a new seabed search for the missing plane.  The fate of the plane turned into one of the biggest aviation mysteries in the world when it disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014.  In 2018, Malaysia hired Ocean Infinity to search for the plane in the southern Indian Ocean, offering it up to $70 million if it found the plane. But the process did not achieve the desired goal.  The company began searching after Malaysia, China and Australia ended a fruitless two-year search at a cost of 200 million Australian dollars (135.36 million U.S. dollars) in January 2017 after finding no trace of the aircraft.  Voice 370, a group representing relatives of passengers, said on Sunday that Ocean Infinity hopes to embark on new research as soon as this summer, and urged the Malaysian government to accept any proposals from the company on a conditional basis such as not paying the company anything unless it succeeds in doing so. the mission.  Neither the company nor the Malaysian Ministry of Transport responded to a request for comment.

The families of the passengers of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which mysteriously disappeared nine years ago, called on the Malaysian government on Sunday to allow the US company, Ocean Infinity, to conduct a new search on the seabed for the missing plane.

Families of passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 that mysteriously disappeared nine years ago called on the Malaysian government on Sunday to allow US company Ocean Infinity to conduct a new seabed search for the missing plane.

The fate of the plane turned into one of the biggest aviation mysteries in the world when it disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014.

In 2018, Malaysia hired Ocean Infinity to search for the plane in the southern Indian Ocean, offering it up to $70 million if it found the plane. But the process did not achieve the desired goal.

The company began searching after Malaysia, China and Australia ended a fruitless two-year search at a cost of 200 million Australian dollars (135.36 million U.S. dollars) in January 2017 after finding no trace of the aircraft.

Voice 370, a group representing relatives of passengers, said on Sunday that Ocean Infinity hopes to embark on new research as soon as this summer, and urged the Malaysian government to accept any proposals from the company on a conditional basis such as not paying the company anything unless it succeeds in doing so. the mission.

Neither the company nor the Malaysian Ministry of Transport responded to a request for comment.
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