Despite an extensive search no trace of the plane’s fuselage has been found.
But the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said analysis of two recovered wing flaps showed they were not in the landing position when the plane went down in the Indian Ocean.
Satellite data also indicated a “high and increasing rate of descent”, said the report.
“You can draw your own conclusions as to whether that means someone was in control or not,” the ATSB’s search director Peter Foley told reporters.
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The release of the report comes as a team of international aviation and communications experts gather in Canberra to discuss the next stage of the search for the plane.we Hope You will like this post.stay Tuned with us and keep visiting www.chilmaza.com For More latest And Recent Updates.