Flight 370

3/17/14 @ 6:24 PM
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Plmlk
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I didn't see the exchange that led to the original thread getting deleted, but the topic itself is within the rules of LL, and is very interesting to most of us. That said, I guess we'll give it one more try... Hope Darin and Steve don't mind...
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6/11/18 @ 8:39 PM
6/2/18 @ 7:54 AM
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it would lucky if it could make a mini handbag coin purse

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6/2/18 @ 7:41 AM
Dave (Golden)
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The real question is, how much would a Hermes Birkin handbag cost if it were made from a Bumbles Scrotum?? 

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6/2/18 @ 7:14 AM
Mr.Seaguar
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Reading this made me read about Air France 447. Those pilots basically flew their plane into the ocean. I can never leave the Midwest again, I guess.

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6/2/18 @ 6:11 AM
5/30/18 @ 9:48 AM
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They should have flown a plane same model out of Perth Australia along the same path of that 7th ark to prove their handshake Theory from the maintenance recorder and seeing if it would least match up to the satellite recorded information

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5/29/18 @ 8:39 PM
Dave (Golden)
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iyiyi..

What about all the parts (confirmed from the plane) that have washed up on islands?

I see we are going off the deep (pun intended) end again..

Edited on 5/29/18 8:41 PM
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5/29/18 @ 7:41 PM
jawjerker
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I've posted this before, it was hijacked and is in the hands of those that hate the United States

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5/29/18 @ 6:11 PM
SnakeSter
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So........ The plane is still missing, and nobody has a clue where it went? That’s what I thought. Nice updates BA.

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5/29/18 @ 5:21 AM
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MH370

CONCLUSION OF CURRENT SEARCH FOR MALAYSIAN AIRLINES FLIGHT MH370

29/05/2018

Ocean Infinity, the technology company specializing in collecting high resolution seabed data, today confirms that its current search for the wreckage of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 is shortly coming to an end.

During the course of its operation, Ocean Infinity searched and collected high quality data from over 112,000 km2 of ocean floor successfully overcoming both challenging conditions and terrain. The total area covered, in a little over 3 months of operational days, is far in excess of the initial 25,000 km2 target and almost the same area as the previous search achieved in 2 ½ years.

Oliver Plunkett, Ocean Infinity’s CEO, said:

“I would firstly like to extend the thoughts of everyone at Ocean Infinity to the families of those who have lost loved ones on MH370. Part of our motivation for renewing the search was to try to provide some answers to those affected. It is therefore with a heavy heart that we end our current search without having achieved that aim.

We are most grateful to the Government of Malaysia for entertaining our offer and affording us the opportunity to recommence the search. The commitment that the new government in Malaysia has made to prioritising finding MH370 was very good to hear.

We want to thank the team onboard Seabed Constructor who have worked tirelessly and all the many companies, organizations and individuals whose support, guidance and advice were invaluable. The staff at the ATSB whose dedication to finding the plane has been unwavering deserve our particular gratitude.

Whilst clearly the outcome so far is extremely disappointing, as a company, we are truly proud of what we have achieved both in terms of the quality of data we’ve produced and the speed with which we covered such a vast area. There simply has not been a subsea search on this scale carried out as efficiently or as effectively ever before.

We sincerely hope that we will be able to again offer our services in the search for MH370 in future.”

Edited on 5/29/18 5:54 AM
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