What happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which disappeared two years ago on March 8, 2014, carrying 239 passengers and crew after taking off from Kuala Lumpur headed to Beijing, has been one of the most baffling mysteries in aviation.
Flight MH370, operating a Boeing B777-200 aircraft, departed Kuala Lumpur at 12.21 a.m. and had been expected to land in the Chinese capital at 6.30 a.m. the same day. Since then an exhaustive search with 26 countries involved has continued covering a withering 120,000 square kilometers (46,000 square miles) of remote ocean floor up to 6.5 kilometers (4 miles) deep combed with sonar and video.
A piece of a wing of a Boeing 777 found in the coastal area of Saint-Andre de la Reunion in the east of the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion on July 29, 2015, and identified as having come from MH370 on August 8, 2015, is so far the only confirmed trace of the plane. Two other pieces of debris, including one found in March 2016 in Mozambique, have not not positively identified so far. It's still unknown exactly what happened to the plane.
Photo: A relative (woman in white) of a passenger onboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 cries as she talks on her mobile phone at the Beijing Capital International Airport March 8, 2014.