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MH370 mystery solved? What’s the truth behind expert’s claim of locating aircraft in jungle using Google Maps

According to an expert, the mysterious disappearance of MH370 has been solved. He even claimed to have “found” the plane on Google Maps in the depths of the Cambodian jungle.

Flight MH370 disappeared from radar screens March 8, 2014 while en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur. It was one of Malaysia’s most deadly aviation incidents and remains one of the most fascinating mysteries of the modern era. The flight was carrying 227 people and 12 crew members, all of whom are believed to have perished.

On Saturday (25 May), British tabloids re-published the report, which was based on claims made by an expert named Ian Wilson in 2018. Wilson claimed to have discovered a plane while looking at satellite images on Google Maps. The Daily Mirror, the Daily Star, and the Daily Record all re-published Wilson’s claims, which quickly became one of the most-searched articles on Google. But is Wilson’s claim accurate?

According to reports, the United Kingdom-based expert said he discovered debris from the Malaysia Airlines flight scattered in the jungle of Cambodia. According to the reports, the Google sighting measures 69 metres in length, but there appears to be a “gap” between the tail of the aircraft and the rear of the aircraft. The gap appears to be slightly larger, but there is a gap that could explain the discrepancy.

Wilson also said, “I spent hours on Google Earth, a couple of hours here and a couple of hours there. When you add it all up, I spent hours looking for places where a plane could have crashed. And at the end, you can see where the plane crashed, and it’s literally the darkest, greenest part of the plane.

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What is true? What is false?

Wilson’s claims are not backed up by any official reports. In fact, in September of last year, Newsweek reported that it had “confirmed the location and presence” of a plane in aerial photos created by Maxar Technologies on the platform. The news outlet also reported that the plane can be seen in aerial photos dated January 1, 2004 – more than 10 years before the disappearance of MH370.

A few pieces of debris were reported to have washed up on an Indian Ocean island in the past, but the authorities have yet to find any sign of the wreckage and no one knows exactly what happened to it. There are, however, plenty of conspiracy theories floating around.

In March of this year, Texas-based Ocean Infinity announced a new search plan for the southern Indian Ocean, where the missing aircraft is believed to have gone down.

The company has already made the presentation to the government of Malaysia and suggested a “no contract, no fee” approach for further investigation. According to the reports, the client will pay for the services provided if the company gets a good result.

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