U.S. Firm Offers to Search for MH370

The aircraft that disappeared, photographed over Poland earlier in 2014. (Tomasz Bartkowiak/Reuters)

August 11, 2017
OAN Newsroom

A U.S. company is offering to finance the search for missing Malaysia airlines flight 370.

The Texas based compant Ocean Infinity announced today it has submitted an offer to search for the remains of the commercial aircraft.

The plane disappeared in March of 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.

Malaysia, Australia, and China suspended a nearly three year search in the SSouthern Indian Ocean in January of this year after failing to find any trace of the aircraft.

Ocean Infinity specializes in seabed exploration technology, and says it hopes Malaysia will accept its offer to resume the search.

  • All American

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  • FromThe70s

    Compant? Proofread yout worl. Sea what I meen?

    • tedlv

      They must have fixed it.

  • Al Lejdly

    Maybe they don’t want it found . . .

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    • tedlv

      RDS! Russia Derangement Syndrome.

    • Levi

      Don’t forget to tie Trump into it somehow

    • Tommy

      My first thought as well.

  • MarkInKansas

    CNN would be in favor of this. The original search provided them material for days.

    • Tommy

      CNN is irredeemable, discredited, intellectually, and soon to be, financially bankrupt.

      • Sonny Shaw

        We can only hope that this is the case…

    • J. Waltam

      Ya – Then FOX could have that dumb Brit with the bad teeth back again to blather away forever.

      • Tommy

        You should quit drinking those garlic milkshakes in the morning.

        • Big Al

          He seems rather ‘full of it’ so it’s not garlic, lol……

  • Carol Upton

    It would be nice to finally locate the plane, especially for the loved ones of the victims of this crash. Why should they object if it cost them no money? Hope they accept!

    • UFGatorsForever

      I would be surprised if they are offering to do it for free. They probably made an offer in the form of a bid!

      • Fredd_Ziffle

        The article did say the company is offering to finance the search, so who pays is a bit confusing.

        • Hmmm, yes, it Is confusing as in the second paragraph it says, “…submitted an offer…”, and in the first “…offering to finance…”. Journalism makes my eyes cross.;)

      • Buckaroo

        nowhere in the article is ‘doin it 4 free’ mentioned. they r proffering a bid 2 the malay govt. said govt. must decide if the cost is worth it 2 resolve 1 of its worst chapters …

      • ezemyr1

        What the company is probably doing is offering to conduct the search and pay for it. They are a seabed mapping company. They will gain so much valuable information by mapping the ocean floor and that can later be sold for ‘mucho millions’ to other companies or governments.

    • ezemyr1

      I looked up the company and they explore the ocean floor so that they can extract oil, natural gas and minerals. They are certainly offering to pay for the search themselves because they will gain information of the sea floor that will generate 10’s or 100’s of millions of dollars of future oil, gas or mineral extraction.

      • Al Lejdly

        I scratch your back, you scratch mine.