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Inmarsat Says Its Data Could Help Find Malaysian Airliner

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Chris McLaughlin, Senior Vice President of the British satellite communications company, Inmarsat, joined Megyn Kelly on the Kelly File to discuss the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

Inmarsat has estimated that the missing plane took a westerly path, rather than a northeast path at the time of its disappearance.

In the company's first American television interview, McLaughlin said that Inmarsat was "absolutely certain" that its technology was "seeing the readings from this aircraft",                                        referring to the Boeing 777 in question.

"Signals had continued to be received for a number of hours after it had lost contact with the radar and with the ACARS management system," McLaughlin said.

Listen to the interview below.

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*Original story: Fox Nation via Google News (search term: Inmarsat)

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