- Malaysia’s government will pay U.S. firm up to $70 million if it can find MH370
- The firm must find wreckage or black boxes of MH370 within three months
- Malaysia says there’s an 85% chance of finding it in new 9,653square miles area
- Flight MH370 disappeared enroute from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014
Malaysia‘s government has offered a U.S. company $70 million if it can find missing flight MH370 or its black boxes, in a renewed bid to solve the plane’s disappearance nearly four years ago.
Seabed exploration firm Ocean Infinity will be working on a ‘no find, no fee’ basis as it scours a new 9,653 square miles area identified by experts as the possible site of debris.
The Texan company has three months to complete the task, but Malaysia’s Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said there is an 85 per cent chance of finding the debris in the new search area.