MH370 breakthrough | Richard Godfrey knows where missing plane is | 7NEWS

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It’s one of the greatest aviation mysteries of all time.. the disappearance of flight MH370. It’s been 7-and-a-half years since the Malaysia Airlines flight vanished.. with 239 people on board. The official search was brought to a close in 2017.. but all over the world, people have continued the hunt.. including aerospace engineer, Richard Godfrey. Richard has spent the last 9 months using new tracking technology.. mapping the plane’s final movements. And he believes he’s found its final location..19-hundred kilometres west of Perth.. lying at a depth of 4-thousand metres. Richard Godfrey joined Sunrise for a LIVE interview.

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