Departure of R.V. John Lethbridge

DOS announces the departure of Research Vessel John Lethbridge It is with regret that DOS announces the departure of our vessel John Lethbridge which has been the home for our survey and marine teams for the last 6 years. She has taken us safely and without breakdown across the Atlantic several times and has ranged…

MS804

MS804Plane crash investigationOn 19th May 2016, flight MS804 was lost at sea south of Greece in a water depth of 3,000m. DOS was contacted to offer a solution to find the aircraft and to recover the flight recorders, aircraft debris and other material lying on seabed. After less than 4 days from the start of operations in…

MS804 press release #2

Egyptair flight MS804 – Press Release #2 Following the announcement by Egyptian Ministry of Civil Aviation and French BEA, DOS ltd confirms the recovery of both MS804’s black boxes: the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) on the 16th of June 2016 and the Flight Data Recorder on the 17th of June 2016. At this moment, DOS…

MS804 press release #1

Flight Egyptair MS804 – Press Release #1 Thank you for your interest for DOS ltd. Following the announcement by Egyptian Ministry of Civil Aviation and French BEA, DOS ltd confirms the discovery of Flight MS804 wreckage site(s). At the moment, DOS ltd is not authorized to supply any pictures, videos, chart and/or positions linked with…

MH370 & DOS Limited FAQ

MH370 – frequently asked questions about DOS MH370 could potentially be in a water depth of 6000 meters. Does DOS have full ocean depth capability? Our deep tow side scan sonar Mak-ix and our ROV Comanche are both rated to 6,000m. Both assets have worked continuously for extended periods at depths down to 5,900m. What…