Company that ‘found’ Amelia Earhart’s plane now searching for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370

  • Deep Sea Vision, the company that found Amelia Earhart’s missing plane now has a new mission
  • It is going to begin a search for the missing flight MH370
  • The company will use advanced drones to search for the missing plane under the ocean

Published on Apr 02, 2024 at 11:10 AM (UTC+4)
by Siddharth Dudeja

Last updated on Apr 02, 2024 at 6:53 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Nalin Rawat

A US-based company that allegedly found Amelia Earhart’s missing plane is now on the hunt for the infamous missing MH370 flight.

Deep Sea Vision claims that it is capable of carrying out a meticulous search for the missing aeroplane.

Many have tried their hands at searching for the MH370 — will this be another dead end, or will we finally have a breakthrough?

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Last month marked the 10-year anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which took off from Kuala Lumpur on March 8, 2014.

The Boeing 777-200ER aircraft mysteriously went off the radar shortly after taking off, and nobody ever saw it again.

Experts provided detailed theories on how the flight actually vanished.

Even after a decade, many people have refused to give up the search.

For instance, the Malaysian government recently suggested that it will begin a renewed search for the missing MH370.

And now, Deep Sea Vision plans to carry out its own exploration hunt for the missing plane.

The company made headlines earlier this year after claiming it had found Amelia Earhart’s plane that went missing in 1937.

Now, the company now plans to use one of its underwater drones – the Hugin 6000 – to carry out an underwater search in the oceans to find the missing flight.

The drone can float 164 feet above the sea floor and capture high-quality images underwater.

Sounds impressive.

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Deep Sea Vision CEO Tony Romeo is convinced that he can find the wreckage of the flight.

“I feel like we’ve proved our credibility, we’ve proved our competence,” Romeo told 60 Minutes, as per New York Post.

Further, he added, “We’ve proved our ability to take equipment and use novel techniques, and I believe that the Malaysian government wants answers.”

If Romeo’s plans see the light of day, it may not take a long time to find the missing MH370 flight.

But there’s a tremendous amount of ocean floor area to cover.

So, will we see the discovery of MH370?

It remains to be seen, but the search seems set to continue.


Siddharth Dudeja

Siddharth is a tech nerd with a secret love of all things cars. He has been writing for a few years now, and on his free time you would find him gaming when he's not procrastinating.