March 10, 2. the anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines passenger plane (flight of the MH370), the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has issued new regulations to prevent such incidents in the future.
The ICAO Council has adopted new legislation as an amendment to Annex number 6 the Convention on international civil aviation, which deals with the operation of the aircraft. The first concerns the equipment of the aircraft in a device that will send information about the location of the machine in case of emergencies. It is to operate fully autonomously, and send the data at least once per minute.
Another recipe assumes a place on board equipment which will record the process and keep the record for as long as necessary.
The third amendment is to extend the time recording in the cockpit conversations up to 25 hours. Changes are necessary. In particular, to allow the aircraft to track in real time, regardless of the place in which it is located.
Clearly this shows the tragedy of flight MH370. The plane, a Boeing 777-200ER line of Malaysia Airlines which went missing over the South China Sea, flew from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing 227 passengers and 12 crew members.
A lot of people, especially the families of the passengers, although still believes that their loved ones are alive, and the machine was abducted.
Searching for the wreckage of the last two years. In different places of the world appear, which may be the remains of the lost fragments of the Boeing 777, but still nothing could not be determined. Still nobody found trace of the plane.