Over the past few weeks, our sister site MH370Latest.com has had the privilege to discuss the missing flight with several pilots, an oceanographer and other aviation officials.
Our launch interview in November was with U.S. captain and aviation expert John Cox, who many of you know as a regular contributor on the airwaves regarding all things aviation.
Later on, pilot Karlene Petitt gave us a better perspective on several theories about the missing flight, including how coffee could have played a role.
We then interviewed Professor Charitha Pattiaratchi regarding his latest drift models, which predict where possible MH370 debris might be found based on ocean currents. Professor Pattiaratchi, who has been developing models since the plane vanished in 2014, said the models are ongoing and constantly updated.
Just days into 2017, we reported that South African cricketer Albie Morkel had discovered possible MH370 debris while playing cricket with his son on a beach. He gave us exclusive permission to republish the pictures he took.
We most recently interviewed Dominque Fouda, the Head of Communication and Quality at the European Aviation Safety Agency. He described how air regulations have changed since MH370, but only in Europe.
In the next few months, we have lots of exclusive and informative content coming up on MH370Latest so stay tuned. If you haven’t already done so, connect with us on Facebook & Twitter for the latest updates.