A US exploration company has offered to take on the search for flight MH370 which was suspended earlier this year, the firm and a Malaysian minister said today, offering new hope to families of the missing.
No trace of the Boeing 777, which disappeared in March 2014 with 239 people on board, was found during a lengthy deep sea hunt in the southern Indian Ocean off western Australia, with the search called off in January.
Ocean Infinity, a seabed exploration firm which says it has the world’s largest and most advanced commercial fleet of underwater vehicles for conducting searches, said it had proposed continuing the hunt.
“I can confirm that we have made an offer,” a spokesman said in an emailed statement to AFP, without giving further details. Read More…