FREE: #MH370 Today marks the beginning of the sixth month since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing with all 239 persons on board.
Despite what is already billed as the most expensive search operation in aviation history, there is still no trace of the Boeing 777-200ER aircraft. Nor is there any trace of its crew, passengers or cargo.
Nevertheless, the search goes on despite all the difficulties – with the only clues being small variations in the radio frequency the aircraft used to communicate with an overhead satellite, which in turn only provided vague hints of the aircraft’s direction and position.
According Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) chief Martin Dolan, there are some 1,000 possible flight paths that MH370 could have taken in its final hours over the Southern Indian Ocean.
The UK newspaper The Telegraph today quoted Dolan as saying that the ATSB has a “reasonably clear picture” of the plane’s final trajectory, based on an extensive analysis of the scant data available.
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