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3 ships involved in latest search for flight MH370


11-26-2014 13:14 BJT

The search for the missing flight MH370 jetliner is now scanning a zone some 1,800 kilometers west of the Australian coast. It resumed in early October after efforts were suspended for four months.

Three ships are currently involved in the search effort. Experts now say they believe the final resting place of the Boeing 777 is near the so-called 7th arc, which stretches from about 1,000 kilometers off the Western Australian town of Exmouth to a point about 2,000 kilometers south-west of Perth.

The area is located in the north of the two areas previously listed as high priority by an October report. Over 6,900 square kilometers of the seafloor have been searched so far, without any sign of the missing plane.

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