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Possible MH-370 debris found on Reunion Island?

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posted on Aug, 12 2015 @ 01:45 PM
a reply to: Flyingclaydisk

The problem is the time frame it took the flaperon to come ashore. If it was close to where it was found, what took it so long to show up? If it was out near where they're looking, it would make sense for it to take as long as it did.

posted on Aug, 16 2015 @ 04:52 AM
flight MH370 following reports that islanders have spotted unidentified debris.

Maldivian police are responding to several sightings of debris washed up along the northern atolls of the archipelago, some of which occurred about a month ago, but were only brought to the attention of authorities recently.

An object similar to the two-metre long “flaperon” wing fragment was found on the beaches at the honeymoon resort Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru, according to a local newspaper.

The item was reportedly found in May, and is being analysed. Maldives resident Mohamed Wafir posted the original photographs to Facebook. He claimed they they were found on May 31.

posted on Aug, 16 2015 @ 07:59 AM
a reply to: Davidflores

Malaysian investigators have reported that the debris is unrelated to MH370, and some isn't even aircraft related.

posted on Apr, 1 2016 @ 04:12 PM

Malaysian teams have been sent to Mozambique and South Africa to arrange a more thorough and calculated search for signs of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, the Nation, a Thai newspaper, reported Thursday. The announcement comes following the discovery of several pieces of debris that are suspected to have originated from the missing airliner.

“We have sent our team to Mozambique and South Africa to discuss the complete program to search for debris on the sea shores of these two countries,”

Source: IBTimes - Flight MH370 Update: Malaysian Teams Sent To Mozambique, South Africa As Search Advances

There is photo that leads the story of a piece of debris found in Mozambique. There is debris that may be from MH370 also found in SA.

posted on Apr, 1 2016 @ 04:18 PM
a reply to: Shamrock6

Any idea if there is reward money for the person who can give solid information which can lead to the remains of flight MH-370?

If not...maybe it can speed things up.. If enough money provided maybe someone somewhere knows a little more..

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 05:05 PM
The Sydney Morning Herald (.au) - MH370 search suffers setback after authorities lose 'towfish'

An underwater sonar vehicle being used to search for the missing MH370 plane has hit an underwater volcano and sunk to the sea floor in a setback for the long-running mission.
"The towfish and 4500 metres of cable became separated from the vessel and are now resting on the sea floor," the statement from the Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre said.

Losing your side scanning sonar device and cable is bad enough but this is twice they have lost their towfish in three months! They said there will be an investigation how a known obstacle (the mud volcano) could be struck. And they also state that it will be 12 days before they get their spare towfish ready and deployed.
edit on 14-4-2016 by TEOTWAWKIAIFF because: ellision

posted on Oct, 17 2016 @ 08:45 PM
They're up to 22 pieces found so far. They've confirmed a flaperon, outboard aft flap section, and right outboard flap as definitely coming from the aircraft. They have five items most likely from the aircraft, including a cabin panel, right wing flap track fairing, piece of right horizontal stabilizer panel, engine nose cowl, and R1 storage closet door. Fifteen more are being looked at.

posted on Oct, 18 2016 @ 02:29 AM

originally posted by: starfoxxx
Will we ever know what actually happened?
Why, or how it went down probably not?
But we can bring closure, to the families.
We will know for sure it crashed,
and know that the plane is not sitting somewhere
being loaded with bombs ready to fly into the Eiffel tower or somewhere

Ocean currents are wild its been a year since this debris has had to sail around the ocean,
caught in eddies, thrown in different currents.. I doubt this is some big conspiracy
other then the pilot was on a suicide dive.

Spoken like a professional paid poster. what do you suggests proves the pilot had suicidal tendencies.

I know it was recently CLAIMED that he had played with such a scenario in home computer based practice program. how convenient!

Does it not strike people that by claiming one of the two pilots in an passenger jet had a death wish, they can bring any plane any time and 'Oh, the pilot had a death wish' all done, no more investigation required.

Folks if you accept that will always accept it for so long as it its repeated too often.

Funny how no airline had a suicidal pilot in 30 years of air line passenger services by not 2 out 3 drownings or whatever it is, there's been two of them. Perhaps their suicidal because they are not paid enough.

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