Locating the aircraft’s main wreckage is critical to solving this mysterious tragedy of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. So it may be time to reevaluate current search techniques, given the vast areas of seafloor involved. One potential solution that should be considered is using a fleet of autonomous underwater vehicles transported from surface vessels by helicopters.   After the Boeing 777-200ER disappeared on March 8, 2014, several intense searches were undertaken to locate ...

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