A new speculation about the missing flight suggested moving the search about 500 miles, which might be around 800 km towards south to get beneficent results. The reason for the suggestion was the fact that the plane would have turned earlier than that of previous speculations as per the satellite data.
There were 239 passengers in the plane and it disappeared mysteriously March 2014. The black box may be helpful in revealing important on 8th clues and the hunt for that is the longest search activity in the history of Aviation.
According to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, perhaps after its right, the plane would have turned anticlockwise in the sea and the fuel would have ended in left engine. The Bureau stated today on its website, “The underwater search should be prioritized further south.”
Moreover, The Fugro Discovery search vessel will also look for any traces of wreckage on the ocean sea floor at about the same latitudes stated above. Additionally a vessel GO Phoenix is also participating in the search. It started its journey on 6th October and is using SONAR to detect any traces of wreckage on the floor of Indian Ocean.
The new preferred search zones were determined in a press Conference held by Australian transport minister Warren Truss on 28th 2014.
Data from satellites and Radar reveled that till the first communication, at around 6:25 pm, the plane was flying at Malacca Strait and previously the investigators could only report that the plane had turned south before 7:12 pm.
As per the new analysis, the plane would have been shifted at around 6:40 when the air traffic controllers tried to make a telephonic call to the plane. It has also been speculated that till the last login at 12:19am, the plane would have been on the same course. Around that time the plane would have got ditched in the ocean.