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Australia Rebuffs Possibility Of Flight 370 Wreckage In Bay Of Bengal

US pilot claims to have found plane on satellite image; Adelaide-based GeoResonance has detected possible debris in Bay of Bengal.

A private land and sea survey company says it has detected possible material from the missing Malaysian jetliner in the Bay of Bengal. The location identified by GeoResonance is thousands of kilometers from the current search area off the southwest 

CLAIMS that the wreckage of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane have been found in the Bay of Bengal have been dismissed by search coordinators. (Latest News,MH37-,Missing plane,Malaysia Airlines,JACC 

Australian officials are dismissing reports by a marine exploration company that wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet might have been located in the Bay of Bengal, thousands of miles north of the search area where the plane is presumed to

A private land and sea survey company says it has detected possible material from the missing Malaysian jetliner in the Bay of Bengal. The location identified by GeoResonance is thousands of kilometers from the current search area off the southwest 

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Flight MH370 search countries reject Bay of Bengal wreckage claim

The Adelaide-based GeoResonance said on Monday the possible wreckage was found in the Bay of Bengal, 5,000km away from the current search location in the southern Indian Ocean off Perth, with the company beginning its own search on March 10.

GeoResonance claims its sensor technology has found a plane in the Bay of Bengal, south of Bangladesh, and in an area at the northern part of the original search for the commercial plane. Although the marine exploration company – which specialises in 

An Australian exploration Company has claimed that it found the wreckage of missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 in the Bay of Bengal. Six weeks after its departure from Kuala Lumpur bound for Beijing and disappearance.

The spot the company reportedly located the 'materials' in the Bay is 5,000 kilometres from where the authorities have been looking for the plane. Flight MH370 went off the radar while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on Mar 8 with 239 people on board.

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Malaysia's defense minister says Flight 370 investigators are working to assess the credibility of a survey company's claim to have found possible plane wreckage in the Bay of Bengal. Hishammuddin Hussein said Tuesday that 

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Private Firm Says It Found Plane Wreckage in Bay of Bengal

The Bay of Bengal is located between India and Myanmar, thousands of miles from the current search area. Malaysian authorities Tuesday said that they were assessing claims of plane wreckage found in the northern Bay of 

The Bay of Bengal is located between India and Myanmar, thousands of miles from the current search area. Malaysian authorities Tuesday said that they were assessing claims of plane wreckage found in the northern Bay of 

GeoResonance has discovered what it believes to be the wreckage of a commercial aircraft approximately 190km south of Bangladesh in the Bay of Bengal sitting on the seabed approximately 1000m from the surface.

GeoResonance has discovered what it believes to be the wreckage of a commercial aircraft approximately 190km south of Bangladesh in the Bay of Bengal sitting on the seabed approximately 1000m from the surface.

(Reuters) – A private company said it had found what it believes is wreckage of a plane in the Bay of Bengal that should be investigated as possible debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, CNN reported. The Joint Agency Coordination

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