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Pings at center of Malaysia Airlines search are no longer believed to have come from plane's black boxes, U.S. Navy official tells CNN

(CNN) -- The four acoustic pings at the center of the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 for the past seven weeks are no longer believed to have come from the plane's black boxes, a U.S. Navy official told CNN. ( More...

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matt jensen 1
Mike OConnor 1
It seems most people are resigned to the fact that, sadly, this aircraft (or any trace of it) will probably never be found.
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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Not in Area Believed to be Final Resting Place - Officials: Pings Probably Not from Missing Plane

The area of the Indian Ocean where the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner was believed to have crashed is not the right place, officials said Thursday.

Since Flight 370 disappeared in early March, search parties have been looking in various parts of that body of water to no avail.....
Ken Fenwick 0
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MH370 search back to square one

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau today advised that the search in the vicinity of the acoustic detections can now be considered complete and that the area can be discounted as the final resting place of MH370
yoteun 0
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Ping Search Area Is Not 'Final Resting Place of MH370': JACC

The 300-square-mile search area close to where sonic ‘pings’ were heard in April is not the “final resting place of MH370,” the agency leading the hunt for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet said Thursday.


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