Debris from what seems to be a Boeing 777 has recently washed up on the shores of Mozambique, an African nation situated along the Southern Indian Ocean. The MH370 flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing disappeared on 8th March, 2014, almost 2 years ago. After the disappearance, navies and search teams from US, India, Australia, Malaysia, China and New Zealand conducted a comprehensive search for months but could not salvage anything. The only debris from the missing flight was a ‘flaperon’ that washed up on the shores of Reunion Island in July, 2015.
Looking at the debris found in Mozambique, experts are almost confirmed that it is part of a Boeing 777. The debris has “NO STEP” written on it which makes it likely that it is from the horizontal stabilisers of the plane. The MH370 incident hit Malaysia Airlines as they have been suffering about 83 million pounds loss every quarter since then as visitors are avoiding the airline.