After nearly three years, the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has ended in futility. Crews have finally completed their deep-sea search of a desolate stretch of the Indian Ocean without finding a single trace of the plane.
People whose relatives were aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 hold placards as they protest near the Malaysian embassy in Beijing August 7, 2015. Angry relatives of Chinese passengers aboard a Malaysia Airlines plane missing for more than a year clashed with police in Beijing on Friday as French officials extended the search for debris on remote Indian Ocean island beaches. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
In this photo released on Sunday, Aug. 9, 2015 by the French Army Communications Audiovisual office (ECPAD) a crew member looks out aboard a CASA 235 plane from the 181st Air Detachment of the French Air Force taking part in the search for wreckage from the missing MH370 plane off the coasts of the French island of La Reunion. A French search plane lifted off Friday for a bird's-eye view of Reunion Island, seeking any more potential debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. French authorities said Friday they've launched a one-week-long operation with boats and aircraft scouring the Indian Ocean island, where a wing fragment was discovered nine days ago. (Patrick Becot/ ECPAD via AP)
Infographic: Flight MH370 ‘crashed’ into the Indian Ocean