Possible new “ping” from missing Malysian Airlines plane detected
For the sixth time a “ping” from what may be considered a black-box flight recorder has been discovered within the southern Indian ocean, perhaps marking the wreck of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
It it has permitted an additional narrowing of the research region, and raises hope research groups may be about the right track.
The fifth contact was acquired by an Australian aircraft from the hearing buoy floating in the water near Australia’s Sea Guard, a boat that’s been utilizing an American Towed Pinger Sensor, which seized the sooner four “pings”.
A month of looking within the most expensive search and rescue operation in aviation history have so far produced nothing tangible, and also the black-box batteries have now theoretically been exhausted, though they’ve been proven to transfer for longer than their 30-day lifetime.