Paris, July 30: An aircraft wreckage found on Wednesday on the coast of Saint-Andree in the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean could be part of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, a media report said. Also Read - Missing Malaysian Airlines Plane MH370 Found? This Australian Mechanical Engineer Claims he Has Located Bullet-Riddled Debris

Citing aviation safety specialists, local media ImazPress of Reunion said the debris had “incredible similarities” with a piece of a Boeing 777, Xinhua reported. READ: Australia-led MH370 search to be called off in 2016 Also Read - After 3 years, no trace of 'missing' MH370 found; search suspended

The French press reported that the first hypothesis was that the wreckage could be of the MH370, the Malaysia Airlines flight missing since March 8, 2014 while it was flying over the Indian Ocean. Also Read - Malaysian Airline MH 370 debris found near coast between Mozambique & Madagascar