The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) is studying whether missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 may have been navigating between waypoints in the southern Indian Ocean when the aircraft’s satellite communications system last exchanged “handshakes” with an Inmarsat satellite and ground station in Perth, Australia, as it descended, most likely after running out of fuel. In a May 26 update on the investigation, officials said the final satellite communication was a ...
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