The US-based company Deep Sea Vision, known for its claim of discovering Amelia Earhart’s lost aircraft earlier this year, is now setting its sights on finding the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

Using the sophisticated Hugin 6000 underwater drone, the company aims to search a vast area of the ocean floor in hopes of locating MH370. The flight vanished on March 8, 2014, after departing from Kuala Lumpur and remains one of aviation's greatest mysteries.

Deep Sea Vision's CEO, Tony Romeo, expressed confidence in their mission during interviews with "60 Minutes" as reported by the New York Post. He stated, "I feel like we’ve proved our credibility, we’ve proved our competence," Romeo believes that their previous success positions them well for this endeavor.

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The search for MH370 comes weeks after the 10th anniversary of its disappearance. Romeo emphasized their innovative approaches and capabilities in underwater exploration. The Hugin 6000 drone they plan to use can operate close to the sea bed and take clear images, offering hope in an area that has challenged searchers for a decade.

The Boeing 777-200ER aircraft went off-radar shortly after takeoff from Kuala Lumpur heading to Beijing with 239 people aboard. Despite extensive searches, no conclusive evidence has been found regarding its final whereabouts.

Source: New York Post

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