A fresh hunt for the missing MH370 airplane has been launched as investigators scour the seabed for the missing jet. Eight years after the flight vanished, a new report claims to have found the "exact location" of the Malaysian Airlines jet . It vanished in March 2014, along with the 239 passengers and crew onboard, with no one able to confirm what happened to it. The plane departed Kuala Lumpur bound for Beijing on March 8, but lost contact with air traffic control after 38 minutes. However now, new technology could solve the nearly decade old mystery. Australian air safety investigators have renewed their search after a report from Richard Godfrey, a British aerospace engineer. A recreation of what could have been the final moments of the MH370 jet ( Image: National Geographic) He has claimed that the plane went down 933km west of Perth and currently sits at the bottom of the ocean under 4,000m of water. Angus Mitchell of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau has renewed focus on what he calls "the largest unsolved mystery of our time". Mr Mitchell stressed he did not want give the victims' families false hope, but said that Mr Godfrey's research was… Read full this story
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