Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 found? Update on latest search efforts for missing flight

(Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 Route. Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

It has already been two months, and there is still no significant update on the disappearance of Malaysia Airline flight M370.

Malaysian Airline flight MH370 flew from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China on the fateful day of March 8, with 239 people on board. It vanished without a trace. Obama's jest was a tone of criticism over CNN's reporting of that flight in two months.

The search for the missing MH370 Boeing 777 is history's most expensive recovery operation, but there still has no trace of the plane and the search team is in another area which may take 12 months to cover. It is in the Indian Ocean, about a thousand miles northwest of Perth, Australia.

Despite many stories that flooded the internet, which gain massive traffic as many are anxiously monitoring the development of the search, there is no remnant found and the mystery remains unsolved as to where the plane crashed. Not finding the remnants of the plane can lead to speculations that the passengers are still alive - somewhere; and it's anyone's guess as to where.

Two months after the disappearance of flight MH370 still puts everyone in limbo on what exactly happened to the plane. Questions like why its communication system was disabled and why it made drastic changes in direction and altitude, remain unanswered.

The search operation is not easy, even with high-tech tools. The search area is so huge, the ocean, dark and deep. Worse, they may be searching in the wrong area. Historically, there are many planes that have vanished, with reasons for its disappearance remaining as unsolved mysteries. MH370 may become one of them.

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