Malaysia identifies 2 possible search corridors

Kuala Lumpur – The Malaysian government has identified two areas that the missing plane may have headed. That’s based on newly analysed satellite data.

The Malaysian government says the plane could have made last contact anywhere along one of the two corridors. One stretches from northern Thailand toward the Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan border. Investigators are now attempting to obtain radar information from related countries along the corridor.

The other is the more southern one stretching from Indonesia to the remote Indian Ocean, where the ocean averages 3,600 meters in depth, with many ocean currents and scattered islands. Now the focus of the search effort is shifting to this region. Source: CCTV