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Rolls-Royce backs Malaysian government’s dismissal of reports over missing plane

In a statement, Rolls-Royce said: “Rolls-Royce concurs with the statement made on Thursday by Malaysia’s Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein regarding engine health monitoring data received from the aircraft. ( More...

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The plot thickens.
There is a difference between status "ready to transmit" and online transmission of data.
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And another wild goose chase ends. Wish that they would wait until all the report is done rather than splash headlines that are not right. But with those news agency's its all about selling papers and not how accurate the story ends up being.
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The Malaysians have changed their story, again.

It is now accepted that the plane continued to ping the satellites for hours. The only question now is where it went in that time.


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