Ocean Infinity, a Texas-based firm that specialises in seabed exploration technology has announced that it is willing to search for the missing MH370 and has submitted the proposal for the same. The airlines belonging to Malaysian Airlines went missing more than 3 years ago with 239 passengers creating various speculations that it has been hijacked by aliens, shot down by a missile among others. Not even the traces were found despite deploying the best of the technology available till date.
The company declined to reveal the exact terms of the proposal, but said it’s willing to “take on the economic risk of a renewed search.” The earlier searches has cost around USD150 Million with no fruitful result and the announcement by Ocean Infinity seems to be a bold move which would put it in the most sought out company, if the results are positive in the end.
Malaysia, Australia and China which began the search sending their respective teams had announced in January this year that they were suspending the search for MH370, which vanished while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014. However if any further credible information is found, they would not hesitate to join the search giving their fullest co-operation.