KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, May 20 (UPI) -- Malaysian aviation authorities and Inmarsat acknowledged Tuesday that they are preparing to release Inmarsat's satellite data of missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370.
In a joint statement released Tuesday by Malaysian aviation officials and Inmarsat, they said, "In line with our commitment towards greater transparency, all parties are working for the release of the data communication logs and the technical description of the analysis for public consumption."
K.S. Narendran, whose wife was aboard Malaysia Airlines flight 370, spoke with CNN about the planned release of Inmarsat satellite data, calling it "just one piece of the whole amount of data that has been used to conduct the search. ... I think it will be essential as time goes by for the larger set of data to also be made available."
Aviation officials and Inmarsat have "noted that the data communication logs is just one of the many elements of the investigation information."