The Australian transport Safety Bureau is the one who conducted the searching for the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 Boeing that disappeared along with 239 passengers as its destination from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, reiterated it was believed that “confirms that MH370 will be found in close proximity” to a particular corridor recognized as the “7th arc.”
The bureau released a statement on Thursday saying when the flight 370 reached that explicit arc, “the aircraft is considered to have exhausted its fuel and to have been descending.”
With respect to another report, a 41-year-old British sailor Katherine Tee claimed on Tuesday that she might possibly notice the aircraft flying over the Indian Ocean on March 8, the same date as when the aircraft vanished without a trace. In addition, further investigation, she said the plane may have been on fire. The Phuket Gazette says that Ms. Tee was sailing with her husband in March for 13 months and was traveling from Cochin, India to Phuket. She was on deck by herself when she spotted the ill-fated aircraft.
Meanwhile, Tee has filed a report on the possible sighting of the plane. She stated that she did not know that the plane was missing.
The Phuket Gazette quotes Tee, said: “I was on a night watch. My husband was sleeping below deck and one of the crews was sleeping on deck. I saw something that looked like a plane on fire. That’s what I thought it was. Then, I thought I must be mad … It caught my attention because I had never seen a plane with orange lights before, so I wondered what they were.”
“I could see the outline of the plane. It looked longer than planes usually do. There was what appeared to be black smoke streaming from behind it,” as she told the paper. She added that sighted two other planes that night.