MH370 seek organization withdraws ‘death dive’ theory

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MH370 was conveying 239 travelers and team from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it vanished on March 8, 2014.

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An Australian government office accountable for the continuous quest for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has allegedly withdrawn a distributed hypothesis that the air ship collided with the ocean after a "demise jump".

Prior this week, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said it was impossible that the plane's chief skimmed the plane into the ocean, and rather said motor disappointment because of absence of fuel had started a sudden "passing plunge" into the southern Indian Ocean, Xinhua news organization reported.

ATSB Chief Commissioner Greg Hood told The Australian day by day that the office had gone to an agreement with various different organizations about the hypothesis, including flying machine producer Boeing, the US National Transport Safety Board and the Malaysian Department of Civil Aviation.

At the time, he said examination of satellite information by Defense Department researchers finished up the plane made a sudden and fast plunge at more than 10 times the standard drop rate.

However, on Friday, free agents saw the ATSB had pulled back the case from its site without clarification.

Richard Godfrey from an autonomous gathering of MH370 master onlookers told News Corp that he saw the "agreement" claim had been erased after it was grabbed by PC tracker.

Godfrey said the cancellation of the accord hypothesis could imply that not all specialists on the system bunch concur with the "demise jump" agreement.

"Another plausibility is that it was accepted there was an accord, yet then some gathering whined and the distributed report must be transformed," he said.

MH370 was conveying 239 travelers and team from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it vanished on March 8, 2014.

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