Malaysia suspends search for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370
The Malaysian government confirmed today that search tasks of the missing plane have been suspended in the northern corridor (Asia), after the satellite data that situate its last trajectory in the Indian Ocean.
“As a result of the last data analysis, the search and rescue operation in the northern corridor has been suspended,” said the Interim Minister of Defence and Transport from Malaysia, Hishamudin Hussein, at a press conference.
Hishamudin stated that the search operations have also been suspended in part of the southern corridor near Indonesia in order to concentrate efforts in the Indian Ocean.
Meanwhile, several ships from China, Australia and the United States are heading towards the area where satellites tracked the alleged remains of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, disappeared on March 8.