Malaysia Airlines found, according to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak. Prime Minister Razak tells families of passengers Monday, March 24 that the missing Malaysian Airlines, Flight MH370 plane has been found in the southern Indian Ocean.

Prime Minster Razak said during a Monday evening press conference that it was with "great sadness" that new data had shown the Malaysia Airlines' found plane's last location was in the Southern Indian Ocean, southwest of Perth, Australia.

He said, "It is therefore with deep sadness and regret that I must inform you that, according to this new data, Flight MH370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean. This is a remote location, far from any possible landing sites."

The Malaysia Airlines found now mysteriously lost its contact and vanished from the radar of the control tower less than an hour after take-off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing on March 8. The Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was carrying 239 passengers during that time.

The news of the Malaysia Airlines found now came from a Chinese aircraft, an Australian fuel supply ship and Australian aircraft Monday. The two aircrafts and one supply ship found floating objects in the Indian sea, according to Malaysia's acting transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein Monday afternoon.

Hussein said that though unverified by other searchers, Australian ship HMAS Success' radar detected a pair of objects that "is in the vicinity, and it's possible the objects could be received within the next few hours, or by tomorrow morning at the latest".

The Australian plane saw two objects which are traces of the Malaysia Airlines' found plane, one that is circular and another rectangular. China's state-run Xinhua News Agency reported that the Chinese aircraft saw "two relatively big floating objects with many white smaller ones scattered within a radius of several kilometres." Chi. Mr. Hussein added the measurements of the objects in his statement saying "two orange objects approximately one metre in length and one white-coloured drum".

The number of new sightings for the Malaysia Airlines' found plane is partly because of the number of resources devoted to the search. On Monday, that meant 10 aircraft flying around 2,500 kilometres southwest of Australia. The search included 26 nations, with Japan on Monday also sending two aircraft to Australia, and the United Arab Emirates another. The U.S. has also contributed a "black box locator" to Australia.

The Malaysian Airlines' found plane confirmation was held by officials saying that Flight 370 crashed into the Indian Ocean and there are no survivors among the 239 people on board. However, there are is no explanation yet as to what during the final hours of the Malaysia plane.