Passenger flight MH370 disappeared in 2014 after departing from Kuala Lumpur on its way to Beijing and it is unknown what happened to the jet.
However, John Guo believes he knows where it is, after pinpointed a 600 metre stretch of ruined trees leading up to a jet that appears on the map’s satellite view.
He believes this ‘crush zone’ is also around 45m wide.
Mr Guo asserts he is experienced in “remote image interpretations” and believes the clues he has spotted reveal the fate of the plane carrying 227 passengers.
The alleged MH370 sighting was first pointed out by Google Maps expert Ian Wilson.
In a video on YouTube, Mr Guo said: “This video shows an obvious crushed aeroplane image identified on Google Maps in Cambodia, first identified by a British video producer.
“The aeroplane object is clear, and the texture information of the forest behind the aeroplane helps me to interpret what could have happened when the aeroplane crushed on ground.”
The Aviation Safety Network – who said the zone does not fit the profile of any crashes in the area – believe the sighting is a plane caught in flight.
Mr Guo has dismissed this theory and described his evidence with confidence.
He said: “There is obvious ground (forest) evidence to support that the aeroplane in Cambodia is not the result of overlapped fly-over aeroplane in the region.
“The aeroplane chopped the tops of the trees along its crush path.
“The chopped trees form a crushing zone obviously lower than the adjacent forest trees.
“The landing crush zone is about 400-600m long and 35-45m wide. Aeroplane crushing (landing) direction is from west to east.”
Mr Wilson is planning to visit the spot this month and will use a helicopter company before being taken to the spot by a trekking tour guide.
Mr Guo is fully behind the journey and has called for an on-site investigation team to support Mr Wilson whilst he is there, so that questions can be answers about MH370.
He said: “I, as a geologist with rich experience in remote image interpretations, had a look on Google Maps.
“I believe there is an aeroplane at the site identified. But whether it is MH370, then that will be another question to answer and can only be answered by on-site investigation.
“I believe an on-site inspection will answer all the questions disrupting readers and relatives of the passengers in MH370.”