The lost Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will hopefully be found in May, Australian Transport Safety Bureau Commissioner Martin Dolan said. According to him, he wakes up every day with the optimism that “this will be it.” He expects the missing MH370 found within a particular day in the next three months.
The Mystery Will Be Solved
“It’s been both baffling and from our point of view unprecedented – not the mystery of it, but also on the scale of what we’re doing to find the aircraft,” Dolan told News.com.au.
Dolan said they do not have certainty that they can solve the mystery, but their confidence is unwavering. He said the agency and experts are looking and reviewing at the modelling for where any potential floating wreckage might have drifted. He said the modelling was based on the analysis of how MH370 could have possibly collided into the water and how the Boeing 777 remained intact.
Meanwhile, Go Phoenix continues to conduct the underwater search operations according to the recent update from the Joint Agency Coordination Center or JACC as of Feb 18. The Fugro Equator had also departed the search area on Feb 11 to return to Fremantle to conduct scheduled resupply. The vessel arrived in port on Feb 17.
The Fugro Discovery on the other hand departed the search area on Feb 12 to return to Fremantle to conduct scheduled resupply. The vessel arrived in port on Feb 18.
Fugro Supporter left the search area on Feb 13 to return to Fremantle for resupply. To date, more than 24,000 square kilometers or 40 percent of the priority zone have now been searched, JACC said.