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04 - From AF447 to MH370
Air accident investigation team presented Inmarsat's calculations of southerly flightpath based on analysis of satellite 'pings'.
International group refines existing information and analysis to determine new search area extending up to 60,000 square kilometres of southern Indian Ocean.
US newspaper reports on how Inmarsat satellite data was used in search for missing Malaysian Airways plane.
The Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mr Najib Razak, has announced at a press conference that missing Malaysia Airways flight MH370 was lost and there were no survivors.
Australian Transport Safety Bureau plans intensified underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines plane based on review of data by expert satellite working group, says ATSB Chief Commissioner.
Malaysia's Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) has released the data communication logs relating to missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Routine, automated signals were registered on the Inmarsat network from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 during its flight from Kuala Lumpur.
Inmarsat has been appointed as a technical adviser to the UK Air Accident Investigation Branch on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 to support the Malaysia investigation.
Following this week’s state visit from President Xi Jinping of The People’s Republic of China to our global headquarters in London, Inmarsat CEO Rupert Pearce talks about the key element for the visit: to show how our technology can support his strategic vision of re-opening China’s former trade routes.
Inmarsat has been honoured to receive recognition of the value of our services and other activities to the wider world.
Rupert Pearce, CEO talks about the transformational journey Inmarsat is on and shares some of the milestones that have taken place so far this year and what’s still to come.
Differential Doppler study from Inmarsat concerning MH370, presented to the AAIB 23 March 2014