So far, three parts of the missing aircraft have been found off the coast of Africa.
Malaysia, Australia, and China delayed the search on Wednesday, reports CNN.
The victim’s family who boarded the missing aeroplane flight MH370, planned to hand-deliver a petition and personal letters to Malaysia’s transportation minister urging the search for the lost plane to be resumed.
Authorities from Malaysia, Australia and China, announced on Wednesday that the operation had been suspended after carrying out a long search of about 120,000 square kilometres on the Indian Ocean’s floor.
Meeting with the Australian counterpart for talks, Darren Chester, Malaysian Transportation Minister Liow Tiong Lai in the western Australian city of Perth. Hopping to deliver the letters to Liow on Monday as the ministers continue their discussions are the victims’ next of kin group. Some of the families were sad and angry to hear the MH370 search was ended.
The MH370 next of kin implored that the government of Malaysia was to use this opportunity to urgently consult and consider the decision of suspending the search for MH370. This was said in statement by the Voice370.
The Reuters news agency reported that Liow and Chester will welcome the search vessel, Fugro Equator, back to the western Australian city of Fremantly on Monday.
“Every notable and leading aviation personnel, including those appointed by these ministers themselves and journourlists from the world’s leading news agencies, did not agree with the decision of postponing the search for MH370.”
He (Chester) said that authorities would not rule out another hunt for the aircraft if “credible” evidence was found.
Only three pieces of the missing plane have been found off the African coast. They have been confirmed as to be coming from MH370 using specific identification numbers.
After departing Kuala Lupur on a flight to Beijing, the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, went missing on March 8, 2014, with 239 people boarding the flight.
The missing plane still remains to be one of the greatest aviation mysteries in modern history.