Don Thompson, a British engineer who is part of an informal international group investigating MH370, said he thought one piece was from the back of a seat, and the other could be part of a cover panel on a plane wing. The Malaysia Airlines flight is presumed to have crashed into the southern Indian Ocean.At the same time, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau is examining some debris debris found on Kangaroo Island in South Australia.
The search for the MH370 wreckage has seen more than 105,000 sq km (65,000 sq miles) of the 120,000 sq km search zone. In the absence of “credible new information” the search is expected to end in the next two months. Despite millions of dollars spent, the greatest aviation mystery in history remains unsolved. The search is currently being jointly funded by the Australian and the Malaysian governments.