It’ll be found someday...maybe not anytime soon.Twenty years from now some new device making very detailed mapping of the ocean floor might be developed,eventually resulting in its discovery.
Future technology is difficult to predict, but it would provide some closure for the affected families and I hope you are correct.
It is also possible that the plane broke apart so severely as to be indiscernible from other debris that litters the ocean floor. The one thing I have never understood fully is with all the surface radar and satellites watching the world we inhabit how or why was the aircraft’s location when it disappeared not better known. Perhaps I am naive’ to think that the skies are watched so thoroughly, but it seems that even one country would have some incidental data that would provide a better clue as to the location. One would have to guess that the aircraft was not on it’s assigned course given the lack of evidence that was found by the search raising even more questions about what happened to it.
Thanks. It won't be found until they start looking where the plane is.