Pemba’s jet wing ‘highly likely’ belongs to Malaysia Airline


The investigator of the missing Malaysia Airline jet MH370 have said wing part found washed up in Pemba, Zanzibar is 'highly likely' to have come from the missing jetliner.
 
Australian officials are now reasonably convinced that a wing part found on the shores of Tanzania earlier this year is from the missing MH370 - and from it vital clues might now be gleaned.

Greg Hood, chief commissioner of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau which has had experts examining the large wing part, said today that it was clear it was from a Boeing 777, leaving experts to declare it was ‘highly likely’ to have come from the Malaysia Airlines jet.

Experts now hope to determine how MH370 hit the water in an area believed to be in the southern Indian Ocean 1,600 miles south west of Australia. The jet went missing with 239 passengers on board in 2014 when flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, China.
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