Police carry a piece of debris from an unidentified aircraft found in the coastal area of Saint-Andre de la Reunion, in the east of the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion, on July 29, 2015 Yannick Pitou / AFP. Found: July 2015, on a beach in Saint Denis on Reunion Island.The flaperon was the first piece of potential debris found. In September 2015 French judicial authorities who examined it confirmed it did come from MH370. This is why a six-foot-long piece of wreckage, found on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion, is potentially so exciting.We predicted finding debris in these areas 12 months ago, where this thing has come up. Johnny Begue found a square-shaped grey piece of debris with a blue border on a beach in the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion on Thursday local time, AssociatedLast week further debris was found on a Mozambique beach last week and is yet to be confirmed as from MH370. Kuala Lumpur: Verification has confirmed that the debris found on Reunion Island belongs to the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced here on Thursday. Verification has confirmed that the debris found on Reunion Island belongs to the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday. Remnants of a badly damaged suitcase have reportedly been found close to where plane debris, suspected of being part of missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, has been recovered on Reunion Island. MH370? Debris found in Reunion Island appears to be from Boeing 777 aircraft University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing in court Greenpeace protesters against Shell drilling hang from bridge. Related Articles. Number BB670 on Reunion debris is key to unlocking MH 370 mystery. Mysterious plane wreckage found on Reunion Island sparks MH370 speculation. The search for debris from Malaysia Airlines MH370 has intensified on Runion Island, a small French island in the western Indian Ocean off the coast of Madagascar. Malaysian officials found what they suspected was the door of a plane on Runion on S KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is investigating a second piece of debris found on the small Indian Ocean island of Reunion, suspected to be from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. The plane disappeared on March 8, 2014 The location of the debris found on the island of Runion in the Indian Ocean is consistent with drift analysis determined by experts, Malaysias Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said Monday.
His comments came at a press conference in Selangor A piece of window, seat cushion and metal are among the debris recovered from a Runion Island beach that Malaysian officials stopped short of associating with the long-lost Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, reports said. A mysterious piece of plane debris washed up on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion prompting teams of international investigators to examine whether Plane debris found on Runion Island is being sent to investigators in Toulouse in an effort to determine whether its part of the missing aircraft.Photo du numro de srie de la pice Boeing 657-BB MH370 (via Clicanoore ) ReunionIsland LaReunion pic.twitter.com/DDHNpbI2h4. READ MORE : www.euronews.com/2015/08/06/more-debris-found-on-reunion- island-in-hunt-for-flight-mh370 What are the top stories today? Click to watch: arclip.net/p/PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews Debris washed ashore onto Runion Island around 4,000 kilometres from the search site on July 29. Malaysias Transportation Ministry released a statement on Sunday saying that the airplane part found on Runion Island was a part of the wing known as the flaperon and was part of a Boeing 777 Seat cushions and plane windows have now been found on Reunion Island, the Malaysian government said on Thursday.Simulations of the debris path suggest wreckage could continue washing up on Reunion. Suspected MH370 debris that was found on Runion Island arrived in France on Saturday, and was taken to a lab where it will be tested. Photo: Getty.
To Read the Full Story. The announcement that the debris found on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion, east of Madagascar, is from flight MH370 is the first physical evidence discovered from the missing flight. Since Reunion Island is only 70 km across, there is only a 4 chance of any debris from MH370 ending up on Reunion Island.The new items found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean include pieces of windows, seat cushions and aluminum, Malaysian officials said. KUALA LUMPUR—Experts have confirmed that the debris found on Reunion Island last week was that of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 that went missing last year, Malaysias prime minister said Wednesday. The Malaysian Prime Minister, Mr Najib Razak just confirmed this at a press conference : It is with a very heavy heart, I must tell you, a team of experts have conclusively confirmed that debris found on Reunion island is indeed from MH370. JOHANNESBURG - Malaysias Prime Minister Najib Razak has confirmed the piece of aircraft found on Reunion Island last week was from the missing Malaysian plane, MH370. The flight disappeared in March last year while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. Malaysian aviation officials said an airplane wing part found last week on the remote Indian Ocean island of Reunion came from the same type of aircraft as Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, raising hope it may offer clues to solving the mysterious disappearance of the jet nearly 17 months ago. Today, 515 days since the plane disappeared, it is with a very 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, said the prime minister Off the coast of a remote island in the West Indian Ocean called Reunion Island, an Air France plane spotted an object floating from around 9,800 feetOnce spotted, Boeing and Australian investigators concluded that the debris found came from a Boeing 777 and might be from Malaysia airline flight 370. The debris of a Boeing 777 found on Reunion Islands could be of missing Malaysian Airlines MH370.A battered suitcase has also been found. It is believed that ocean currents may have carried the wreckage to Reunion. Debris found on Reunion island has been confirmed as from Malaysia Airlines MH370. Malaysias transport minister said a team had collected other plane debris including a window pane, aluminimum foil and seat cushions on the French territory. MH370 FOUND: Airplane seats and window panes found among debris on Reunion Island. PLANE wreckage found on Reunion island is from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, experts have confirmed. Kuala Lumpur: Verification has confirmed that the debris found on Reunion Island belongs to the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced here on Thursday. Razak said at a news conference on Wednesday that "an international team of experts have conclusively confirmed that the aircraft debris found on Reunion Island is indeed MH370, according to The Associated Press. Experts say found debris belong to MH370. MH370 WRECKAGE CONFIRMED - Malaysia Confirms Airplan. More debris found on Reunion island in hunt for Flig. MH370 Search: Suitcase, Plane Debris Re-Opens Myster. BREAKING: Debris from wing of Boeing 777 discovered in July confirmed to come from Malaysia Airlines jet. The debris was found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean Credit: Reuters.In a televised statement the PM said: "The international team of experts have conclusively confirmed that the aircraft debris found on Reunion Island is indeed from MH370." airliner mh370 has gotten a new lead. reports claim that a six feet long. debris of a boeing plane which is washed. ashore on the island of La Reunion in.Debris Of Malaysian Flight MH-370 Found In Mauritius. Could Debris Washed Ashore on a Tiny Remote Island Be From MH370?The BEA, the French counterpart to the National Transportation Safety Board, said it was also studying the fragment, which was found by a crew cleaning the coastline of rugged Reunion Island, a French territory east of An international team of experts have confirmed that the aircraft debris found on Reunion Island is indeed from MH370," said Razak during a press conference in the Malaysian capital city of Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday. Looks like people on Reunion Island may have found a flaperon (flap) and it may be from a 777 aircraft.Complicated currents in the Indian Ocean, but I can see how debris would end up there. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out whats happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: MH370 debris discovered on Reunion Island. French investigators are looking into what appears to be debris from a plane that has washed up on Reunion Island. Aviation experts have said the debris looks like a wing component from a 777 plane known as a flaperon. Experts have confirmed that the debris found on Reunion Island last week was that of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 that went missing last year, Malaysias prime minister said Wednesday. Malaysian prime minister says debris belongs to the lost MH370 flight. "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," Prime Minister Najib Razak said in an early morning televised address. The plane debris on Reunion Island is "convincing evidence" that MH370 went down in the Indian Ocean, Malaysias deputy transport minister hasMH370 Indonesian Detergent and a Chinese Water Bottle Found This Friday Morning LaRunion ReunionIsland pic.twitter.com/4RPalNeaAZ. Metallic debris found on a beach in Saint-Denis on Reunion Island. AFP. Malaysias transport minister says a Malaysian team at the French territory of Reunion Island has collected other plane debris including a window and some aluminum foil.
This picture taken on August 2, 2015 shows metallic debris found on a beach in Saint-Denis on the French Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, close to where where a Boeing 777 wing part believed to belong to missing flight MH370 washed up (Photo: AFP). Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says analysis has determined that plane debris found on the Indian Ocean island of Runion belongs to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Why the hell do you have one confirm and one not? The fragment was found on the French island of Reunion (AP).Malaysias prime minister Najib Razak said on Wednesday that an international team of experts have conclusively confirmed that the aircraft debris found on Reunion Island is indeed MH370. One of the biggest mysteries in recent times has finally been solved. The airplane debris that washed ashore the Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean last week indeed belongs to the missing MH370. Ma.