Satellite data released for flight MH370
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Today, the aviation authorities in Malaysia released a 47-page document containing data of the last moves of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. These satellite data are being used to determine approximate location of the missing Boeing 777.
The families of the missing passengers had asked for more transparency, and were also provided with the data.
During the flight, the missing Boeing made contact with a satellite. According to this data, researchers suspect the aircraft to have crashed off the West coast of Australia.
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Written by: Team Flight-Delayed.co.uk