Chinese planes spot suspicious objects in southern Indian Ocean
Chinese planes today spotted suspicious objects in the southern Indian Ocean as the search for the missing Malaysian plane MH370 intensified with more nations joining the hunt for the missing jet in the desolate area.
The white and square objects were spotted by crew of a Chinese plane searching for the Malaysia Airlines. Australia said it had been informed and would try to locate the objects.
According to Australian Maritime Safety Authority 10 aircraft were involved in today’s search for the plane.
France yesterday provided new satellite images of possible debris of the airliner while in another possible lead, Australia said it has spotted a wooden cargo pallet in the southern Indian Ocean, expressing increasing hope of a breakthrough in locating the jet.
Intense search is on for the Malaysian plane that went missing on 8th march with 239 people on board as India, China and Japan also deploying surveillance aircraft yesterday.
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Indian TravelerChinese planes spot suspicious objects in southern Indian Ocean
by Indian Traveler ( Author at Spirit India )
Posted on March 24th, 2014 at 2:09 pm.
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