The search for missing Malaysian Airlines MH370 has yielded nothing so far, and hopes of ever finding the bulk of the wreckage are fading fast.
Apart from isolated pieces of the aircraft that washed ashore thousands of miles away from the presumed crash site, the fuselage has never been found despite a very extensive search pattern.
Now, experts are trying to define a new search area where the plane may have gone down.
Flight MH370 departed from Kuala Lumpur on March 8, 2014, bound for Beijing. It veered off course shortly after take off and was flown towards remote reaches of the Indian Ocean, where it presumably ran out of fuel and crashed into the water with 239 passengers and crew on board.