The search of the Malaysian plane continues with submarines
Today, the mini submarine involved in the search for the Malaysian plane began its second mission in the Indian Ocean.
The experts of the Joint Coordination Centre Agencies reported that they found “objects of interest”. Data were collected by the Bluefin-21 submarine.
Analysis of the new data did not show significant detections, according to a statement issued by the agency.
Authorities focus underwater search in an area of 40 square kilometers where it is thought the aircraft crashed.
Malaysian Airlines plane took off from Kuala Lumpur in the early hours of March 8 with 239 people on board and was scheduled to arrive in Beijing six hours later.