The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has confirmed that a piece of wing trailing edge debris, found in Mauritius around May 10 is from the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 that crashed in March 2014 while operating as MH370. In an update released Oct. 7, the ATSB said the item of composite debris—referred to as part number six—was a trailing edge section of 777’s left, outboard flap, originating from the Malaysia Airlines aircraft. “A part number was identified ...

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