Six days after the flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing suddenly dropped off the radar, with 239 passengers and crew aboard, its disappearance is one of the most mysterious incidents in modern aviation history.
A report that data transmitted by the Boeing 777’s engines suggested that the plane might have flown for four hours after it disappeared were “inaccurate,” Transport Minister Hishammuddin Tun Hussein told reporters.
And an image from a Chinese satellite, published online Wednesday, that appeared to show possible wreckage from the missing aircraft floating in the ocean “was released by mistake and did not indicate any debris from MH370,” Mr. Hishammuddin added.
“Until we have found debris I will never feel we have moved forward” in the investigation, he said.
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