Malaysia Approves US Companies Continue Searching for Lost Planes

The Malaysian government has signed a deal with a US exploration company to continue searching for a MH370 lost plane in the southern Indian Ocean.

Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai announced Wednesday in Kuala Lumpur , Houston-based Ocean Infinity will search for the missing plane on condition that it is not paid if it is not found.

The company will be paid $ 20 million if the Boeing 777 is found in exploration in an area of ​​5,000 kilometers, 30 million dollars if found in the area an area of ​​10,000 kilometers of persedi and 50 million dollars in an area of ​​25,000 square kilometers. Payments will increase to 70 million dollars if the missing plane is found in the exploration area of ​​more than 25,000 square kilometers.

Malaysian Airlines Airlines MH370 numbers disappeared March 8, 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, with 239 passengers and crew in it . [ab/uh]

US Companies Start Searching for Missing Malaysian Aircraft

Malaysia has agreed to allow American companies to continue searching for Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 missing in March 2014.

Malaysian Transportation Minister Liow Tiong Lai said Saturday that Ocean Infinity, a seafloor exploration company, made a search by payment on the basis of the invention which meant the American company would not be paid if it did not find the plane sought.

The minister said "we are obliged to find the answer and the plane."

The Boeing 777 is missing on flights from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people in it, giving rise to a huge mystery of flight.

The Malaysian, Chinese and Australian governments have stopped searching for the plane in January of 2017.

Ocean Infinity said in a statement that the company had deployed a search ship, this from the South African port of Durban to taking advantage of good weather in "around the possibility of a search zone." [gp]

US Companies Continue Searching for Missing Malaysian Aircraft

An American marine exploration company has sent a ship to continue searching for an aircraft belonging to the Malaysian Airlines airline with flight number MH370, which was lost three years ago.

The plane carrying 239 people, lost on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

A plane that suddenly changes direction over the South China Sea and loses radio contact, is one of the greatest mysteries in modern flight. The plane was last seen by radar near the northern tip of Sumatra and probably crashed in an area some 1,500 kilometers west of Australia, according to information from communications satellites.

Exploration company Ocean Infinity said Wednesday a ship was heading to a search area suspected to be the crash site, and hopes the Malaysian government will sign him to continue the search in the coming days.

Malaysian authorities said they had been negotiating with Ocean Infinity since October to complete the contract. According to the contract, the company will only be paid for finding the plane.

"We are in the final stages of the negotiations," said Deputy Minister of Transportation of Malaysia Aziz Kaprawi, who said he was unaware of the movement of the ship.

The ship departs from South Africa and is due to arrive in search area by mid-January. The ship was carrying several independent submarines that could reach the seabed to search for the aircraft.

Investigators believe someone might have deliberately shut off the Boeing 777 transponder before directing it to the Indian Ocean.

Only three fragments of the plane have been confirmed found, all from the coast of the Indian Ocean. [sp/ii]

US Companies Ready to Continue Searching for Missing Malaysian Aircraft

A US marine exploration company has deployed a vessel to restart searching for Malaysia Airlines flight number MH370, which disappeared in March 2014 with 239 people in it while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

The aircraft suddenly changed its direction over the South China Sea and stopping its radio contact is one of the greatest mysteries in the history of modern aviation. According to information from a communications satellite, the aircraft was last caught by radar in the northern tip of Sumatra and possibly falling in the area about 1,500 kilometers from western Australia.

Ocean Infinity exploration company said Wednesday that one of the vessels moved into the alleged region and hopes the Malaysian government gives business contracts to continue the search in the coming days.

Malaysian authorities say they have negotiated with Ocean Infinity since October to finalize a contract deal. "We are at the final stage of the decision," said Malaysian Transportation Deputy Minister Aziz Kaprawi, who said he did not know that the Ocean Infinity plane was starting to move. it departs from South Africa and is expected to arrive in the search area by mid-January.The ship is carrying a number of automatic submarines that can search on the seabed. [ab/uh]