MH370 Q&A: How did the flaperon reach Reunion? When and where will more wreckage show up?

publicerad 7 augusti 2015
- av NewsVoice

INDEPENDENT. "The Malaysian Prime Minister has confirmed that the wreckage found on a beach on the east coast of the Indian Ocean island of Reunion came from MH370. The Boeing 777 disappeared on 8 March last year on a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. For 16 months no trace of the plane was found", The Independent writes.

"The flaperon - a component used for turns and for low-speed flying - is being analysed at a French military aeronautical laboratory outside Toulouse. What can be inferred from the find? And what more might turn up?"

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