MH370 did not crash in the Maldives


MH370 did not crash in the Maldives according to one of the world’s leading oceanographers, pouring cold water on a recent theory.

Charitha Pattiaratchi, Winthrop Professor of coastal oceanography at the University of Western Australia told that MH370 could not have crashed in the Maldives because the “debris would have ended up in Somalia” and other northeast African states six months before the first piece was recovered at Reunion Island.

MH370, a Malaysia Airlines 777 disappeared on March 8, 2014, on a flight from KL to Beijing.

“Later, the current would have circled back and deposited debris on India and Sri Lanka read more ⇒

Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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