Malaysia says MH370 report to be released after latest search ends

KUALA LUMPUR- A full investigation conducted by search agencies of the disappearance of MH370 when they are concluded will be released at a later stage after the plane disappearance of the plane on March 8 2014.

Malaysia Airlines MH370 will be released after the latest search efforts were completed, officials said on Thursday, four years after the aircraft first went missing.

The flight MH370 was carrying 239 people on board, has become one of the greatest aviation mysteries when it disappeared after its departure from Kuala Lumpur scheduled to land in Beijing.

US firm Ocean Infinity the search team was given funding by Malaysia in January after the two made an agreement. Malaysia will give them $70 million if they are able to find the plane, an offshore search effort is underway and expected to end in June.

Reuters obtained a statement that Malaysian authorities send out annually to the families, the statement is expected to say, “In the event that the aircraft is found, the team will conduct further investigation,”

“If the aircraft is not found and a decision is made to discontinue the search, the team will resume the completion of the report and release it in the months ahead.”

Several pieces of the plane have been found in the Indian Ocean islands and even along the African east coast, as effects are still underway to retrieve more.

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