The growing airborne search for the lost Malaysia Airlines aircraft in the so-called southern corridor is not disrupting regular air traffic operations, says Airservices Australia. The search operation over the southern Indian Ocean is based in Perth, and is being overseen by Australian authorities. With the revelation that special radar-forensics techniques have led authorities to conclude that the flight’s final track was south over open ocean, not north toward land, the remaining ...

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