Undersea Search for Missing Malaysian Plane Refined

By: AP Email
By: AP Email

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) - Australian officials say a new search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that's expected to begin in weeks, will likely have to concentrate farther south than previously expected.

Australian aviation officials say that new analysis from the first of two satellite phone calls ground staff tried to make to the plane suggests that the jet already was flying south less than 20 minutes after the plane dropped off Malaysian military radar.


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