New hope in MH370 hunt as US explorer claims his company can solve missing plane mystery

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Deep Sea Vision boss claims his company has the technology to locate the mysterious MH370 on the tenth anniversary of terrifying unsolved disappearance

A bold US explorer claims his company has the technology to locate the doomed MH370 on the tenth anniversary of its still unsolved disappearance, giving hope to families left confused and upset by the shocking vanishing of the jet.

Tony Romeo and his company, Deep Sea Vision, first made headlines worldwide earlier this year then they claimed to have found the remains of Amelia Earhart’s plane, by scanning 5,200 square miles of ocean floor with a 16-person crew.

March 8 marked the 10-year anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 which vanished from radar after taking off from Kuala Lumpur with 239 people on board, making headlines across the world and sparking a whole host of conspiracy theories and questions.

In an interview with 60 Minutes in Australia, the CEO of South Carolina company Deep Sea, former Air Force intelligence officer Tony Romeo said he believed his company was capable of making the breakthrough in the case shrouded in mystery. Deep Sea Vision is apparently planning to send one of its underwater drones, called the Hugin 6000, down to the ocean floor to search for the missing aircraft.

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“It flies at 50 metres above the seafloor and it just goes back and forth, back and forth, back and forth,” Romeo explained on 60 Minutes on Sunday. “Big eyes, looking at everything it can see, sucks and stores data, comes back up to the surface, we pluck a thumb drive into it, pull the data out, and we watch it on a computer exactly what it looked at.”

The ambitious CEO described the company’s technology as being “unbelievable” and just short of being able to read a credit card number on the seafloor with their highly accurate imaging. The company’s modified drones could scour four times the area covered in previous attempts to find MH370, the explorer boasts.

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Asked if he thought he could find MH370, Romeo said: “I think we can. I feel like we’ve proved our credibility, we’ve proved our competence. We’ve proved our ability to take equipment and use novel techniques.”

Deep Sea Visions is preparing to submit a search proposal to the Malaysian government, who could hamper the expedition if there are political risks associated with many controversial conspiracy theories.

“I believe that the Malaysian government wants answers,” Romeo said. “I refuse to believe that they do not want a huge accident, a huge crash like this to go unresolved. It just isn’t fair, it wouldn’t be fair to the families.”

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According to his LinkedIn page, Romeo is an entrepreneur who worked in real estate in South Carolina before founding Deep Sea Vision in 2022. A qualified attorney with a law degree from the Charleston School of Law, he has shown his determination and intelligence throughout his career, and MH370 could be the jewel in his crown of achievement.

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