The search for the wreckage of Flight MH370 went Malaysia Airlines, who disappeared on the night of March 8, 2014, will be terminated. That was declared by transport ministers of Australia, China, and Malaysia in a joint statement.
Currently, is being checked the seabed in an area of about 120 000km² of the Indian Ocean where it is believed that had crashed the missing Boeing 777-200ER. Until now have been verified over 110 000km² from the seabed, but without any result.
After checking the last sections the operation for the search of the remains will be terminated. The statement said that the search will continue when there appears credible information which can show where the wreckage is, and emphasized that it’s only temporarily suspended.
More than two years after flight MH370 disappeared over the South Indian Ocean, there is still no clarity on the reasons.
In recent months, were found several parts of the Malaysian Boeing 777 and although this is important for the investigation for now of these parts are not derived any major discoveries, nor can it be indicated where the plane had crashed.