What We Need to Do Next, After Debris Is Determined From MH370

MH370

On Thursday, Malaysian PWrime Minister confirmed that plane debris found on the Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean belongs to missing Flight MH370. It is a great breakthrough in solving one of aviation’s greatest mysteries.

In the statement, Malaysian Prime Minister said “Today, 515 days since the plane disappeared, it is with a heavy heart that I must tell you that an international team of experts have conclusively confirmed that the aircraft debris found on Reunion Island is indeed from MH370,”

What We Need to Do Next

Indian Ocean Drift
According to this map, we can find sea currents were pushing the wing part almost 4000 kilometres from previous seach area. It will become very hard for searching team to continue their work in previous area. Since there were no further wreckage found on the island, we can guess that the entire plane was submerged in the ocean. However, MH370 is an important alerm that make people and airline to think more about flight safety. In the MH370’s accident, Malaysian Airline’s pool management is the main cause. If we want less flight accidents appear in the furture, the only thing we need to do is spending more time and money on flight safety and improving management, not cheap ticket.

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