Published on : Thursday, November 3, 2016
The latest report, which was released on Wednesday 2nd November by the Australian Safety Bureau, stated that the Malaysia Airline Flight MH370 experienced a rapid descend after running out of fuel. The report also said that there was no sign of human intervention behind the disappearance of the flight.
The Flight MH370 was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 2014, with 239 people onboard, including the passengers and crew, before it disappeared entirely.
The report was prepared based on an analysis of the debris of the wind flap of the jet that got recovered from the ocean. The satellite communications from the jet also suggested that it experienced a death dive before vanishing.
The report informed that the current search area for the debris of the jet might be the probable crash site.
According to ATSB search director, Mr. Peter Foley, It was probably in a non-extended position, which means the aircraft wasn’t configured for a landing or a ditching.