22 March 2014
Two Chinese IL-76 aircraft have now arrived at Pearce Air Base 40 km north of Perth and will join the international effort to find the ill-fated Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370
It is unknown whether the aircraft will join the hunt today or begin its search tomorrow at first light.
The Australian-led search for missing Malaysian flight MH370 will continue indefinitely, Acting Prime Minister Warren Truss has said, as more resources are thrown at the operation.
Australian rescue officials have broadened the search area for missing Malaysian flight MH370 and boosted the number of spotter planes scouring the Indian Ocean, with weather conditions favourable.
Speaking from Pearce Air Force base in Western Australia Mr Truss said authorities would continue searching for the foreseeable future.
“It is a very remote area, but we intend to continue the search until we are absolutely satisfied that further searching…
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