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>> A reward for finding the missing Malaysia Airline's flight MH370. Malaysia signed a deal Wednesday to pay a US seabed exploration firm up to $70 million if it finds the jet within 90 days of searching. The flight went down in the Indian Ocean on route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014.
It's disappearance along with all 239 people aboard remains a mystery. Australia, China, and Malaysia ended a fruitless search last January. Now, Houston based private company Ocean Infinity has already dispatched its vessel and will start searching in one week to take advantage of good weather. It carries eight autonomous vehicles that will scan the sea bed.
So it can search four times faster than previous efforts. How much Ocean Infinity receives in pay will depend on how far it has to spread the search. Investigators believe someone may have deliberately diverted MH370 thousands of miles out over the Indian ocean.