At the time, a teacher, a chief medical officer and his son, all from Zurich, were on board. The remains of the victims had been found at that time, but due to the difficult terrain and difficulty in searching, the wreckage of the plane could not be found, and now it has appeared due to the melting of glaciers caused by climate change.
Swiss police said the debris appeared on the Aletsch Glacier in the southwestern canton of Wallis, near the Jungfrau and Monchi peaks.
Police said that as the glaciers melted, more debris could emerge, and if anyone found them, they must not be disposed of to avoid any risk of injury. It must be reported to the police immediately.