MH370 vanished from radar during a flight in March 2014 and was never found. The Malaysian Airlines flight was carrying 239 passengers and crew when it disappeared.
Richard Godfrey, a British aeronautical engineer, who has worked on finding MH370 for more than a year, thinks he’s calculated where it crashed.
He thinks that the Boeing 777 crashed into the Indian Ocean 2,000km west of Perth, Western Australia.
Godfrey told BBC that hopefully, “we’ll be able to give closure to the next of kin and answers to the flying public and the aviation industry on exactly what happened with MH370 and how we can prevent that in the future.”
In 2009, Godfrey was supposed to be a passenger on Air France 447 from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, but he couldn’t make it due to his busy work schedule, so he remained in Brazil.
That flight never reached its destination and was lost in the Atlantic. Since that day, he made it a point to help locate flights lost at sea.