Missing plane is in the Bay of Bengal!
An aviation technology expert has reportedly claimed that he has spotted the remains of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 but needs 1.3 million pounds to find it.
Andre Milne, who has been investigating the case independently since the flight disappeared in March last year, has said that he located the wreckage in the ocean between Malaysia and India, reported The Mirror.
He insisted that the debris in the Bay of Bengal must be probed.
While remarking that the disappearance of the flight had touched every single person in different ways, Milne urged people to come forward and donate 6.70 pounds each to crowdfund a project aimed at verifying the remains lying in the Bay of Bengal.
The Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 with 239 passengers and crew aboard mysteriously veered off its route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014, creating one of the world's greatest aviation mysteries and sparking a massive international effort to find it.
A rescue operation to locate the plane's debris in the Indian Ocean has been going on for months but no trace of the flight has been found so far.
The cause of the diversion remains unknown. Theories range from rogue pilot action, catastrophic mechanical problems, or a hijacking.