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MH370 BREAKTHROUGH: Newly found debris MATCHES missing Malaysian Airlines jet

DEBRIS found washed up on the shores of Mozambique MATCHES the missing parts from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, the Australian Transportation Safety Bureau has announced.


A Malaysian investigation team examining the two pieces of debris confirmed the paint and stencilling of the parts were consistent with the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 jet.

The Malaysian ICAO Safety Investigation Team said the debris were panels from the plane, which vanished in March 2014.

A report read: “The dimensions, materials and construction of both parts conform to the specifications of a Boeing 777 aircraft.

“The paint and stenciling on both parts match those used by Malaysia Airlines; and as such, both parts are consistent with panels from a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 aircraft, and are almost certainly from MH370.”

Mystery surrounds exactly what happened to Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

It disappeared from radar on March 8 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 227 passengers and 12 crew on board, with no trace of the wreckage site.

The breakthrough comes after Australian government minister Darren Chester said the location – on the east African coast – was also consistent to where pieces could be found if the missing plane did indeed crash.

The pieces were discovered in Mozambique by South African teenager Liam Lotter and American Blaine Gibson.

The Lotter family found one piece in December, last year, and thought nothing of it until Mr Gibson found a second piece three months later.

A piece of the Rolls Royce logo has also been found on the coast of South Africa and is also suspected to be from the MH370 flight.


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