London, July 30: Malaysia has sent a team to the French Indian Oceanisland of Reunion to test the debris to determine whether it is from the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. According to the BBC, aviation experts have said the debris looks like a wing component from a 777, known as a flaperon. Also Read - Families of MH370 Passengers Urge Malaysia For a Fresh Search

The two-metre-long piece of debris washed up on the island, about 600km east of Madagascar, late on Wednesday. Malasyian Airlines authorities said that it would be “premature” to speculate on its origin. (READ: Australia-led MH370 search to be called off in 2016) Also Read - MH370 Mystery: New Report Highlights Government’s Shortcomings

The Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 vanished without trace in March 2014 while it was travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. Also Read - Missing Malaysian Airlines Plane MH370 Found? This Australian Mechanical Engineer Claims he Has Located Bullet-Riddled Debris