#MH370: Malaysia confirms latest debris likely from MH370 (Updated with Debris Examination Report)


UPDATE: Sunday 6 January 2019

Malaysia confirms latest debris likely from MH370

The Official Portal of the Ministry of Transport Malaysia (MOT) has released two debris updates (Updated 30 December 2018):

MH370: Debris Examination Report – Updated 30 Dec 2018 | Download pdf
MH370: Summary of debris recovered – Updated 30 Dec 2018 | Download pdf

The Debris Examination report from the MH370 Safety Investigation Team, says that most parts were from an aircraft but the floor panel was from a Boeing 777 and “most likely MH370.”

The five pieces of debris were handed over on November 30 2018, by wreck hunter Blaine Gibson and some relatives of those lost in the MH370 disappearance, to Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke.

The key piece of debris found at Sandravinany, south Madagascar, was identified using a fragment of a label still attached as part of a floor panel from a Boeing 777.

floor panel showing a small corner of a label with number vpps61 img_4150-recovered-crop

Floor panel showing a small corner of a label with number VPPS61

Conclusion
There were no conclusive evidences that the five pieces of the debris could be from MH370 although they appeared to be parts from an aircraft. However, Item 31 is likely to be from MH370 (aircraft registered as 9M-MRO) based on the material it was constructed of and the visible part of the placard which confirms that the debris is a floor panel of a Boeing aircraft.

You can download the report here | More reports

MH370: Debris Examination Report – Updated 30 Dec 2018 | Download pdf


MH370: Summary of debris recovered – Updated 30 Dec 2018 | Download pdf

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 In the media

Debris off Madagascar ‘most likely’ from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, report says –  Foxnews.com – 8 Jan 2019
MH370 wreck hunter, Blaine Gibson talks exclusively about likely MH370 debris find – airlineratings.com – 7 Jan 2019
MH370: next of kin hand over debris found in Madagascar to Malaysia’s transport minister – changingtimes.media – Updated 6 Jan 2019
Malaysia confirms aircraft debris off Madagascar is likely from MH370 – Thewest.com.au –  6 Jan 2019
Malaysia confirms new debris likely from MH370 – Airlineratings.com – 6 Jan 2019


Friday 30 November 2018

LIVE Press Converence: Hand over of new mh370 debris to Malaysian Transport Minister  

Some relatives of those lost in the disappearance of MH370 and wreck hunter Blaine Gibson, hand over five pieces of debris collected by residents in Madagascar over the past year, to Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke.

 

 

 


In the News

‘Massive breakthrough’: Flight MH370 ‘crashed violently’ – News.com.au – 1 Dec 2018
New MH370 Debris Suggests a High Speed Impact – mh370.radiantphysics.com – 30 Nov 2018
MH370: Family members hand over pieces of debris to Anthony Loke  – The Star Online – 30 Nov 2018
MH370: next of kin hand over debris found in Madagascar to Malaysia’s transport minister – changingtimes.media – 30 Nov 2018
New MH370 debris proves violent and destructive end to boeing 777 – airlineratings.com – 30 Nov 2018
MH370 BREAKTHROUGH: Plane DEBRIS unveiled in bombshell news conference – express.co.uk – 30 Nov 2018
Malaysian govt ready to resume MH370 search if ‘credible evidence emerges’: Transport minister –  channelnewsasia.com – 29 Nov 2018
MH370 news: Will items found in Madagascar finally SOLVE Malaysia Airlines mystery? – express.co.uk – 29 Nov 2018
Relatives claim to have found MH370 debris – Perthnow.com.au – 28 Nov 2018

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Wednesday 28 November 2018

Handover of new MH370 debris and Press Conference on Friday 30 Nov 2018

Relatives of people who went missing on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in 2014 have retrieved what they believe are new pieces of debris from the aircraft and will present them to the Malaysian government this week.

Flight MH370 was on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014, with 239 people on board, when it disappeared and became one of the world’s greatest aviation mysteries.

Voice370 statement 28 nov 2018

Dear Members of the Press and Media

The next of kin of passengers and crew on board MH370 will meet with the Malaysian Minister of Transport on Friday, 30th November 2018 at 2.30pm to hand over newly recovered debris.

Following this meeting the Next of Kin will be holding a press conference the details of which are as follows:

*Date: Friday, 30th November 2018
Time: 15:00
Venue: Foyer of the Ministry of Transport, Putrajaya*

*Debris will be available for viewing before hand over to Malaysia’s Transport Minister, YB Anthony Loke Siew Fook

Please find an invitation to our Press Conference as attached.

For further information/comment/interview please contact:

1. Grace S Nathan (Malaysia): +60162616727, gsubathirai@gmail.com
2. KS Narendran (India): +91 9500080564, ks.narendran@gmail.com
3. Ghyslain Wattrelos (France): +33626692752, g.wattrelos@live.fr
4. Jiang Hui (China) (Mandarin): +8613701010166, jh139@139.com
5. Jenninfer Chong (Australia): +61421029981, jtan.cyl@gmail.com
6. Danica Weeks (Australia): +61429231642, danica.weeks@gmail.com

The handover of the Debris will be broadcast live on MH370 Families Facebook Page on Friday 30 Nov 2018 at 2.25pm Malaysian Time.

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Documentation of Latest Updates in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 

MH370 Debris Overview 

(Click icon for info & images) | Enlarged Map: http://tinyurl.com/DebrisMapMH370| Full Search Map of Events as they were unfolding (2014)  http://tinyurl.com/WhereIsMH370

Overview of Updates:

Early Days (2014): 

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