The search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will continue, three and a half years after the flight initially vanished.
According to News.com, the search could resume this week, as a US company, Ocean Infinity, offered to assist in the hunt for the missing plane.
“The terms of the offer are confidential, but I can confirm that Ocean Infinity have offered to take on the economic risk of a renewed search,” company spokesman Mark Antelme said.
“We’re in a constructive dialogue with the relevant authorities and are hopeful that the offer will be accepted.’’MH370 originally went missing 8 March 2014 with 239 people on board, while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.The Australian lead search was called off in January of this year.
The search was the largest in aircraft history and included Australian, Chinese and Malaysian authorities. It cost roughly $200 million to no avail.
Per News.com, 20 pieces of debris from the plane have washed up on the shores of Madagascar and Reunion Island off the African coast since it disappeared.