According to the latest analysis by Australian investigators, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, missing for more than two years, may have plummeted at 25,000 feet a minute in its final moments and wasn’t configured to land when it hit the water. In a report by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, Debris recovered from the missing flight jet indicates the right wing flap was positioned for cruising when it separated from the plane. At the same time, the aircraft’s final satellite communications suggest MH370 was in a fast and ever-increasing rate of descent. The plane vanished from radar on March 8, 2014, en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur with 239 people on board and its search is the world’s longest for a missing passenger jet.
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