SYDNEY - Experts who search for the missing flight MH370 advise to continue the search in an area of another 25,000 square kilometers. The Australian Council for Transport Safety (ATSB) has announced Tuesday.
The current search area of 120 000 square kilometers in the Indian Ocean is completely scoured in January. There is no trace of the device that disappeared in March 2014 while it was en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. On board were 239 people.
The Dutch ship Fugro Equator last week in the current area began what would be the last search for the missing device.