Report: Missing Malaysia plane may have run out of fuel over Indian Ocean

Searching for the truth, officials turn to satellites, somewhat successfully, to track movements of missing plane.

By REUTERS
March 15, 2014 03:36
Malaysia

Malaysian and Chinese journalists look for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, March 13, 2014.. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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Analysis of electronic pulses picked up from a missing Malaysian airliner shows it could have run out of fuel and crashed into the Indian Ocean after it flew hundreds of miles off course, a source familiar with official US assessments said on Friday.

The source, who is familiar with data the US government is receiving from the investigation into the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines plane, said the other, but less likely possibility, was that it flew on toward India.

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The data obtained from pulses the plane sent to satellites had been interpreted to provide two different analyses because it was ambiguous, said the source, who declined to be identified because of the ongoing investigation.

But it offers the first real clues as to the fate of Flight MH370, which officials increasingly believe was deliberately diverted off its scheduled course from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

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