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SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED

(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 1 29 July 2015  Confirmed by French
Judicial Authority belonging
to MH370 on 03 Sept 2015

Saint-Denis, La Réunion
Right Flaperon

Item 2 27 December 2015  Examination showed that
part is almost certain from
MH370

Right Wing No. 7 Flap Support Fairing Daghatane Beach,
Mozambique

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 3 27 February 2016  Examination showed that
part is almost certain from
MH370

Valankulo, Paluma
Sandbank, Mozambique
Right Horizontal Stabiliser panel piece

Item 4 22 March 2016  Examination showed that
part is almost certain from
MH370

Mossel Bay, South Africa

Engine Nose Cowl

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 5 30 March 2016  Examination showed that
part is almost certain from
MH370

Rodrigues, Mauritius

Door R1 Stowage Closet

Item 6 24 April 2016  Examination showed that
part is almost certain from
MH370

South of Chidenguele,
Mozambique

Right Hand Engine Fan Cowling

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 7 30 April 2016  Examination showed that
part is likely from MH370

Anvil Bay, Chemucane,
Mozambique

Wing body Fairing

Item 8 24 May 2016  Examination showed that
part is highly likely from
MH370

Gris Gris Beach,
Mauritius

No. 1 Flap Support Fairing Tail Cone

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 9 22 May 2016  Examination showed that
part is highly likely from
MH370

Macenta Peninsular,
Mozambique

Left Wing Trailing Edge Panel

Item 10 10 May 2016  This part is confirmed from
MH370

Left Outboard Aft Flap section Ilot Bernache, Mauritius

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 11 06 June 2016  Examination showed that
part is highly likely from
MH370

Riake beach,
Nosy Boraha Island,
Seat Back Trim Panel
Madagascar
encasing IFE Monitor

Item 12 06 June 2016  Examination showed that
part is likely from MH370

Riake beach,
Nosy Boraha Island,
Unidentified part Madagascar

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 13 12 June 2016  Not identifiable

Riake beach,
Nosy Boraha Island,
Unidentified part Madagascar

Item 14 12 June 2016  Not identifiable

Riake beach,
Unidentified part Nosy Boraha Island,
Madagascar

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 15 06 June 2016  Examination showed that
part is highly likely from
MH370

Riake beach,
Right Wing Trailing Edge Panel Nosy Boraha Island,
Madagascar

Item 16 12 June 2016  Examination showed that
part is almost certain from
MH370

Antsiraka beach,
Cabin Interior Panel Madagascar

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 17 12 June 2016  Not identifiable

Antsiraka beach,
Unidentified part Madagascar

Item 18 12 June 2016  Examination showed that
part is highly likely from
MH370

Antsiraka beach,
Right Forward Nose Landing Gear Door Madagascar

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 19 20 June 2016  The part is confirmed from
MH370

Pemba Island,
Right Outboard Flap East of Tanzania

Item 20 21 June 2016  Examination showed that
part is highly likely from
MH370

Kosi Bay Mouth,
Kwa Zulu Natal,
Right Aft Wing to Body Fairing South Africa

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 21 18 July 2016  Not identifiable

Northern Kwa Zulu Natal,
South Africa
Unidentified Part

Item 22 26 August 2016  Examination showed that
part is almost certain from
MH370

Linga Linga beach
Mozambique
Right Vertical Stabilizer panel

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 23 October 2016  Not Identifiable

Riake beach, Nosy
Unidentified part Boraha Island,
Madagascar

Item 24 February 2016  Not identifiable

Saint Luce,
Madagascar
Unidentified Part

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 25 July 2016  Not identifiable

Riake beach, Nosy
Boraha Island,
Unidentified Part Madagascar

Item 26 23 December  Examination showed that
2016 part is highly likely from
MH370

Nautilus Bay,
South Africa

Right Aileron

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE MH370 DEBRIS RECOVERED
(Updated 30 April 2017)

Ref. Date Found Debris Location Remarks

Item 27 27 January  Examination showed that
2017 part is highly likely from
MH370

Right Wing No. 7 Flap Support Fairing Mpame Beach,
South Africa

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Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370
Ministry of Transport, Malaysia