The Search for MH370

Serving the MH370 Global Community

New Clues (Updated)

New Clues (Updated)

New clues reveal the demise of MH370. Since the crash of MH370 in the Indian Ocean a considerable amount of physical evidence has been gathered. 36 pieces of floating debris have been found and delivered to the Malaysian authorities for investigation. Official reports...
OE-FGR Case Study

OE-FGR Case Study

In this case study we analyse the tragic flight of a Cessna 551 Citation II/SP registration OE-FGR, which crashed after fuel exhaustion into the Baltic Sea off the coast of Latvia on Sunday 4th September 2022. The aircraft departed Jerez-La Parra Airport (XRY) in...
MH370 Detection and Tracking

MH370 Detection and Tracking

MH370 crashed between 00:22 UTC and 00:27 UTC. At 00:22 UTC the position from the WSPRnet analysis was estimated to be 30.00°S 98.70°E. At 00:26 UTC the position from the WSPRnet analysis was estimated to be 30.57°S 98.75°E. The crash location is further north than...
N395JP Case Study

N395JP Case Study

In a previous paper we have successfully detected and tracked a large aircraft, a Boeing 777-300ER, but what about small aircraft. In this case study we detect and track the flight of a Diamond DA40 single engine aircraft registration N395JP during a 48 minute...
EK421 Case Study

EK421 Case Study

Emirates flight EK421 on 1st June 2022 from Perth, Australia to Dubai, UAE took 10 hours 31 minutes. The aircraft operating this flight was a Boeing 777-300ER and departed Perth International Airport at 14:26 UTC arriving in Dubai International Airport at 00:57...