Australia denied the suspected wreckage was found in Madagascar was burned by mh370 660003

Madagascar Australia denied the wreckage of a suspected MH370 had burned the original title: Australian authorities in Madagascar found the wreckage of a suspected MH370 was not fire map: local time on September 5, 2016, Mozambique Maputo City, Mozambique Civil Aviation Authority Chairman Joao de Abreu shows 3 suspected Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 at a news conference on the debris. In September 22, according to foreign media reports, earlier, an American in Madagascar island off the coast of West Africa found pieces of suspected wreckage Malaysia Airlines MH370, and that these "traces of burning wreckage". Australian Ministry of transportation 22, denied the claim, saying the wreckage was not exposed to high temperature or fire. 12 this month, the American Blaine, he will be found in the island of Madagascar, Malaysia Airlines suspected wreckage of the transfer of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau for further testing of the MH370. According to Gibson, one of the wreckage has "melting signs", which could mean that the wreckage could have been burned. But the Australian Transport Minister of Chester said on the 22, the investigators conducted a preliminary inspection of the glass fiber material by the wreckage, the result is no evidence of this object has been exposed to high temperature or fire. Chester also said that in the test, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau has not found in the wreckage can prove that the source of the part number or serial number. Therefore, it is impossible to determine whether these wreckage from the NH370 aircraft or Boeing 777 aircraft. Malaysia Airlines MH370 aircraft from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014 lost contact on the way, a total of 239 passengers and crew on board. Malaysia Civil Aviation Authority announced on January 29, 2015 that the plane crashed, and presumed all personnel on board have been killed. Editor: Sun Ailin SN146相关的主题文章: