“All being well we will start a search in early 2023”.
He outlined that there was still a lot of work to do and hoped that the Australian authorities would be involved.
“Our new search ships are cutting edge and we are going to try and make it happen in 2023 – if not 2024,” Mr. Plunkett said.
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In a dramatic development, Ocean Infinity has committed to finding MH370 with a search in early 2023 or 2024.
Speaking at the 8th anniversary of the disappearance of MH370 Ocean Infinity CEO Oliver Plunkett (below) told the next of kin that the company was committed to finding the missing Boeing 777.
“We have been looking at all the data from our previous search and the new material from Richard Godfrey and the Independent Group.
“We look at this every day.”
“Our view of the work these people have done is credible and worth focusing on.”
Mr. Plunkett said that OI had a plan for a read more ⇒