Boeing and Airbus have begun rolling out new safety features designed to pinpoint the location of a troubled or downed aircraft. The enhancements, including triggered emergency modes, geo-tagged satellite communications system messages, lower-frequency pingers and deployable data recorders, come in advance of anticipated regulations worldwide to counter public and industry outcry following the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370) in March. Airbus will be boosting tracking ...

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