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10 planes and 9 ships search 120,000 square kilometer area west of Perth for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

Tuesday's search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 involved ten planes and nine ships searching 120,000 square kilometers of the southern Indian Ocean west of Perth, Australia. The search concluded Tuesday evening with "no significant developments to report."
By JC Finley   |   April 1, 2014 at 12:43 PM   |   Comments

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April 1 (UPI) -- The newly established Australian Joint Agency Cooperation Center, reported that ten planes and nine ships were deployed Tuesday to search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, with nothing significant to report at the conclusion of the day.

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority described the weather in the 120,000 square kilometer search area west of Perth as "marginal" with "ships experiencing heavy seas and strong winds."

Tuesday's search concluded, AMSA tweeted, with "no significant developments to report."


[Joint Agency Coordination Center]

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