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How did jet divert so far from route?


04-20-2016 19:14 BJT

More evidence has surfaced to support the missing MH370 possibly went down in the southern Indian ocean, but there are still questions on how the jet ended up thousands of kilometers away from its original route.

The flight bound for Beijing took off from Kuala Lumpur on March 8th, 2014. After one hour and forty minutes, the jet changed its route and disappeared from the radars of air traffic controllers and Malaysian military.

Later, satellite data suggested that last signals from the jet were sent from somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean. Last July, aircraft debris was found on the beach of the Reunion Island, which was later confirmed to be a wing flaperon from the jet. In March, two other suspicious pieces were reported from Mozambique.

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