Australian aircraft is investigating the area of 3,000 miles west of Perth to the Indian Ocean
Satellite probably spotted two objects associated with the Malaysian Airlines Boeing and leading the Australian government to send an aircraft to the area about 3,000 kilometers west of Perth in the Indian Ocean, while the other three planes are expected .
According to the Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and what he said on Thursday to his country's parliament , these objects could be debris from the flight MH370 Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines already ignored for twelve days.
"Australian Authority for Maritime Safety (AMSA) has received information based on satellite images of objects possibly associated with the search ," he said . The Abbot also said that he has already talked by phone with his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak him and warned that the objects have not yet been identified .
"The task of locating these objects will be extremely difficult and can prove that it is not about searching flight MH370» stated the Abbot . The Australian prime minister also said that a search plane was scheduled to arrive in the area where the items were found at about the time he was speaking in parliament while it became known that the Australian Authority for Maritime Safety (AMSA) will proceed at a press conference in Canberra.
An unprecedented multinational research focuses on two areas related to the search key airstrips . The first is in land area in the bow north of Laos to the Caspian Sea , and the second from the south across the Indian Ocean west of Sumatra island in Indonesia to the west of Australia. Australia explores the southern part of the Southern Corridor , with the help of the U.S. Navy .