It has been almost two months since the Malaysia Airlines MH370 has mysteriously disappeared. Months after the last contact with the ill-fated flight, authorities are still yet to find the ruins of the plane. Authorities are still yet to see the bodies of those passengers and crew members. They are still yet to find the aircraft’s flight data recorder which is the best way to uncover the mystery that is currently the world’s worst and mysterious aviation accident by far.
Experts Weighing In
After months of trying to find out more about the flight, the failure to get new leads have prevented those handling the Malaysian Airlines investigation from uncovering new information about what caused the plane’s sudden disappearance. In their aim to be able to find answers to questions and solve this very complicated incident, an international panel of experts have been sent to help. These experts will re-examine all the data gathered about the flight MH370 case to help locate the ruins of the plane. These things will help refine the search and better understand the cause of the plane’s mysterious disappearance. These experts’ opinion can definitely help make the almost impossible task of finding the remains of the plane, much more recovering its flight data recorder possible.
Looking For Answers
The families of those who went missing with the plane have probably accepted their loss. They may have probably dealt with the fact that they won’t be able to see their loved ones anymore. But some of them find it difficult to completely move on with their lives unless concrete answers are found to help explain the disappearance of the plane. For these families, finding out what really happen can give them the closure they need so they can move on from this dark chapter of their lives.
Keeping Planes from Missing
The latest developments about the MH370’s disappearance won’t only help the families get satisfying answers, it would also help the Malaysia and the world’s aviation service, helping prevent such incidents from happening again. This will help countries draft protocols and laws that will help ensure the safety of those who travel by air, land, and seas.
While the answers to such questions remain unclear, the victims’ families’ wrongful death claims against Malaysia Airline continues to hang in the balance. Until these mysteries are solved, they will not only continue to search for answers, they also can’t do any legal moves to avenge their loss. For now, they can’t do anything than to wait. Wait for answers that may never come.