Thursday, March 13, 2014

U.S.: Search Malaysia Airlines Could Extended to Indian Ocean

White House spokesman on Thursday ( 13/3 ) , says there is new information that the aircraft may be out of a Malaysia Airlines flight path accordingly. (see also: obat burung)

 U.S. says Malaysia search the missing jet can be extended to the Indian Ocean , far to the west of the position of the last contact with the plane was carrying 239 people .

White House spokesman Jay Carney said Thursday that no new information although not conclusive that the Boeing 777 may be out of the flight path should be from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing and led to the Indian Ocean .

Carney said the U.S. is consulting with other countries involved in the massive search to find the jet to see if the ships and aircraft have been deployed to the Indian Ocean to broaden the search operation .

Search jet Malaysia lost in the vast waters of Asia has been going on for six days .

Many theories about what happened to the jet Saturday , from terrorists who hijacked the plane , until catastrophic aircraft malfunction , pilots who committed suicide .

Malaysian Transport Minister , Hishamuddin Hussein , rejected reports that the 370 aircraft still flying for several hours after the last contact and said satellite images of China which he said showed the wreckage in the waters of southern Vietnam proved unfounded . He said " we have deployed our ships and aircraft , but did not find anything "

Hishammuddin said Malaysia Airlines asked Boeing and engine maker Rolls Royce to explain the data that she says shows the aircraft may fly as far as 4,000 kilometers longer or as long as four hours .

Wall Street Journal report on Thursday citing U.S. officials conviction based on the data that is sent automatically by the aircraft engine to the ground.

China satellite photos appear on Wednesday and Chinese state media said the photographs showed three fairly large object near the aircraft should track towards Beijing . But Hishammuddin said Malaysia then contacted the Chinese Embassy said the photos were released by accident and did not show any of the plane 's wreckage .

Meanwhile , Cambodia said Vietnam has given permission to use its airspace to search for the missing plane Malaysia Airlines .

Keo Sivorn , Head of the Department of Civil Aviation Cambodia Vietnam on Thursday said the plane had been flying over the territory of Cambodia since Wednesday .
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Previously , the Cambodian officials said this week will not be sending aid teams to participate in the search which now involves more than 80 ships and aircraft from 12 countries . Government spokesman Phay Siphan said Thursday that Cambodia is willing to help match their abilities .


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