The management of Malaysia Airlines, on Monday, March 24, 2014, reportedly has told families of passengers that 239 people on the Boeing 777-200 flight MH370 is believed have been died.
A statement delivered after the last discovery was based on the results, and various data during two weeks of search, it is believed the plane crashed in the southern Indian Ocean.
“With Malaysia Airlines Management regrets stated we must assume that the MH370 was lost and no one on board survived,” Malaysia Airlines a short message to the family, the BBC reported.
Earlier, Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak also conveyed Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight that ended up in the southern region of the Indian Ocean.
The statement was made after a Chinese reconnaissance aircraft and Australia see objects that are thought to be debris MH370 in remote area of the Indian Ocean, 2,500 kilometers to the southwest of the town of Perth, Australia.
If they were really the debris MH370, then this is the most concrete findings in an exhaustive international search operation for two this past weekend.
However, the search team said, before they were lifted from the sea and the review has yet to be completely certain that the objects are pieces of Malaysia Airlines.
Meanwhile, the U.s. Navy has sent a black box search tool to search in the Indian Ocean region as a move of anticipation if the location of the loss of MH370 really found.