Minister Of Transport, Malaysia said, the Malaysian ICAO
Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team has advised that the
dimensions, materials and construction of both parts
conform to the specifications of a Boeing 777 aircraft.
The paint and stenciling on both parts match those used
by Malaysia Airlines (MAS).
as such, both parts are consistent with panels
from a MAS Boeing 777 aircraft, and almost certainly are
from MH370. The location where both pieces were
discovered in Mozambique are consistent with the drift
modeling performed by the Australian Commonwealth
Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO).
Malaysia Airlines Flight
MH370 was a scheduled international passenger
flight that departed Kuala Lumpur International
Airport, Malaysia, for Beijing Capital International
Airport in China on March 8, 2014, at or about 12:42
Malaysia Time (MYT) with 12 crew members and 227
passengers onboard a Boeing 777-200ER. Flight MH370
last made voice contact with air traffic control at
1:19 MYT. The aircraft then disappeared from radar.