Paris, Jul 30: Plane wreckage that washed up on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion will be transported to France “at the end of the week for analysis”, a judicial source said today. READ: Australian expert says evidence points to MH370 wreckage Also Read - Families of MH370 Passengers Urge Malaysia For a Fresh Search

The piece of debris is expected to be flown out of Reunion island on Friday and should arrive at the testing site near the French city of Toulouse on Saturday, a second source close to the inquiry told AFP. Experts have said the two-metre-long object could be part of a Boeing 777, the same model as the missing MH370 plane. Also Read - MH370 Mystery: New Report Highlights Government’s Shortcomings

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