May 27th, 2014
08:48 PM ET

Inmarsat: We are certain that our MH370 satellite data is right

The data families of passengers on Flight 370 have been waiting more than two months to see has finally been released to the public.

It includes 47 pages of communications between satellite firm Inmarsat and the plane.

So are we any closer to finding out where the plane is now?

OutFront, Chris McLaughlin, Vice President for Inmarsat.

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  1. DownSideofFame

    Flight 370 have been waiting more than two months to see ,yet as we informed you of government, secrets $, and more...read the post,with Erin's page,DownSideofFame with Michael Adams we have been spot On...As time have revealed... Malaysian government was backed up to walls and had to release something's ...as told to u days ahead of the news... government of Malaysia Australia ,back has finally been released to the public.yet nothing in It as told by our company to you ( the publics eyes ). Contracts24@yahoo.com.

    May 28, 2014 at 7:02 pm | Reply
  2. Bob @ Youngstown

    Inmarsat is really trying to be gracious and diplomatic. Malayasia will release only what they want to. At the end of the day, Malaysia does NOT want to be transparent. Leaves the question WHY?????

    May 27, 2014 at 9:11 pm | Reply

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