Wednesday, July 29, 2015

a By Pamela Engel Aviation experts are speculating that wreckage found
washed up on a French island in the Indian Ocean could be from missing
Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which disappeared more than a year ago.
The French air force has confirmed that some debris has been found on Reunion
Island, but officials told CNN that it’s too soon to tell if
it’s from MH370.
Xavier Tytelman, a former French military pilot who now specializes in
aviation security, told The Telegraph that he thinks the wreckage could
possibly be from the plane that went missing while flying from Kuala Lumpur to
Beijing in March 2014.
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MH370"I’ve been studying hundreds of photos and speaking to
colleagues," Tytelman told The Telegraph.
"And we all think it is likely that the wing is that of a Boeing 777 —
the same plane as MH370.
"Police in Reunion examining the wreckage say that it looks like
it’s been in the water for around a year, which again would fit with
MH370.
We can’t say for certainty, but we do think there is a chance that
this is it.
"Experts and journalists, including The Wall Street Journal’s aerospace
and Boeing beat reporter, are circulating photos on social media and
discussing possibilities: MH370 disappeared on March 8, 2014, with 239
people on board.
Investigators believe the plane crashed somewhere in the Indian Ocean, but
search teams have not yet identified a single piece of wreckage from the
aircraft.
The southern Indian Ocean, where the plane is thought to have gone down, is so
remote that it’s difficult to access and hard to spot anything.
Reunion Island is near Madagascar, and crews have been focusing the search on
the area of the ocean closer to Australia.
Tytelman said we could have a definitive answer about Reunion wreckage within
a few days based on a code that can be seen on a piece of the debris.
Boeing sent Business Insider this statement: "Boeing remains committed to
supporting the MH370 investigation and the search for the airplane.
We continue to share our technical expertise and analysis.
Our goal, along with the entire global aviation industry, continues to be not
only to find the airplane, but also to determine what happened — and
why.
In accordance with international protocol governing aviation accident
investigations, inquiries relating to an active investigation must be directed
to the investigator in charge.
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" The French air force has confirmed that some debris has been found on
Reunion Island, but officials told CNN that it's too soon to tell if it's
from MH370.
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" The French air force has confirmed that some debris has been found on
Reunion Island, but officials told CNN that it's too soon to tell if it's
from MH370.

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