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Missing MH-370 debris found in Mauritius

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MH-370 debris found in Mauritius : Wing part found in Mauritius

  • Authorities have confirmed debris found on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius came from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
  • The piece of a wing flap was found in May and analysed by experts at the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB).
  • The team has been spearheading the search for the plane in a remote stretch of the sea off Australia’s west coast.
  • The plane went missing on 8 March, 2014, with 239 passengers and crew on board soon after taking off from Kuala Lumpur, bound for Beijing.
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Missing MH-370 debris found in Mauritius


  • Investigators used a part number found on the debris to link it to the missing Boeing 777, the ATSB said in a statement.
  • It added another “unique work order number” assigned by the flap manufacturer corresponded to MH370.
  • The identification was also confirmed by Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai.
  • Several pieces of wreckage from the missing jet have washed ashore on coastlines.
  • Last month, charred debris, possibly belonging to the missing jet, was handed to the ATSB, fuelling speculation of a flash fire which has subsequently reportedly been quashed.
MH-370 debris found in Mauritius
Missing MH-370 debris found in Mauritius

Debris which washed up in Madagascar

  • Investigators previously confirmed a piece of debris found on the French island of Reunion in July 2015
  • That was also part of MH370.
  • A large piece of aircraft debris – an outboard flap – found on the island if Pemba, off Tanzania, in June was also confirmed as from the missing aircraft.
  • Investigators are also examining a piece found in Mozambique, in southern Africa.
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MH-370 debris found in Mauritius
Missing MH-370 debris found in Mauritius

flap of missing Malaysia Airlines jet MH370 found in Tanzania


Relatives have called on the investigating nations – Australia, China and Malaysia – to do more to uncover evidence

While, a new search would require more funding and the countries said in July that the hunt will be suspended

After the final sweep unless fresh evidence emerges that would pinpoint a specific location of the missing jet.





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