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Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 left ‘false trails’ before disappearing, new research suggests – ABC News

New research based on new tracking technology suggests the pilot in command of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 deliberately made a series of turns to avoid detection…

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The pilot in command of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 deliberately made a series of turns to avoid detection before flying the doomed plane into the southern Indian Ocean, according to research that relies on new aircraft tracking technology.
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  • The significant number of changes of track and speed suggest that there was an active pilot during the flight, the study says
  • Two searches, one co-ordinated by Australia, and the second by Malaysia, scoured a vast area of ocean in the southern…

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