Satellite firm speaks about missing airline search
June 18 , 2014
It's been 100 days since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared, but a satellite firm said the most probable spot has not been searched as of yet.
According to Inmarsat, the search from the southern Indian Ocean was diverted after it was discovered that the signals were false.
"It was by no means an unrealistic location, but it was further to the northeast than our area of highest probability," an exec said. A 28-year-old woman whose husband was on the flight is still hopeful. "It may be my fantasy, but what if one day he sends some distress signals and he gets saved, and that will be the end of this?"