After 16 months with no answers, new evidences have emerged with respect to the whereabouts of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
A piece of metal partdrifted ashore on a beach in the Indian Ocean on Wednesday, and is being examined to determine whether or not it belongs to the missing airliner that mysteriously faded off the coast of Malaysia in March 2014.
The wreckage was detected on Reunion Island, a French region east of Madagascar. A witness transport photographs to a former military aviator and aviation safety expert, Xavier Tytelman, who guesses the dust could be a part of MH370, the Telegraph reported Wednesday.
Incredible similarities between the a and dust found this morning, Tytelman tweeted. Additionally, he felt the dust had been in the sea for more than a year, based on the be developed further of barnacle and rust, which is in conformity with the timeline in the departure of MH370.