Sydney: The search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 will revisit more than 30 sites that were earlier ruled out, to ensure that nothing has been missed.
According to News.com.au, the latest update on the underwater search reveals the decision to revisit “Classification 2” sites where search vessels have previously made “sonar contacts of interest”.
Australian Transport Safety Bureau believes they warrant a second look in spite of being rated as “unlikely to be significant to the search”.
The decision has received a lot of criticism from various experts worldwide about the methods being used to search for the Malaysia Airlines’ Boeing 777 that disappeared over 18-months ago. (ANI)