Officials have confirmed this piece of debris found on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius is from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
According to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, the debris — a section of the left wing flap — was initially found back in May.
And after close examination, experts were able to use a part number found on the flap to link it to the downed Boeing 777.
Malaysia's transport minister also confirmed the discovery.
Several other pieces of debris believed to be from the missing plane have been found not too far from Mauritius. But so far, officials have only formally identified two other parts from MH370.
This latest find in the search for the plane is encouraging. But Australia's transport minister told reporters, "It does not, however, provide information that can be used to determine a specific location of the aircraft."
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared more than two years ago with 239 people on board. The main wreckage and the flight recorders have yet to be recovered.
An investigation into the missing plane is ongoing. An underwater sonar search over the area where experts say the aircraft might have crashed is almost complete.