Found in the Seychelles, the fragments are not part of MH370, said Malaysia’s

© AP Photo / Atlook plane in the laboratory of the office of transport security Australia (ATSB). Archival photoFound in the Seychelles, the fragments are not part of MH370, said Malaysia’s© AP Photo / ATSB

The Department of civil aviation Malaysia reported that found in the Seychelles debris not part of missing in 2014 Malaysian airliner MH370, reports Reuters.

«The investigation team for MH370 held a rating… and confirmed that the fragments are not part of the Boeing 777 or the engine Rolls Royce,» said the head of the Department of civil aviation Azharuddin Abdul Rahman.

Thursday Seychelles notified Malaysia about detection of two fragments, which, possibly, could be part of missing in 2014 Malaysian airliner MH370. The civil aviation authority of the Seychelles (SCAA) said that the scientists in the study of birds and turtles have discovered the wreckage on the island of Farquhar.

On the night of 8 March 2014, a Boeing 777-200 Malaysia Airlines, a flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 227 passengers and 12 crew members, including tourists from Russia, disappeared from radar screens. It is assumed that the plane crashed in the southern Indian ocean. The search operation was unable to establish the place of the crash.

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