A Satelite communicated with the doomed MH370 jet close to where a “plane wreckage” has been spotted on Google Maps, it has been claimed.
The Malaysian Airlines plane vanished on March 8, 2014, en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumper sparking one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history.
Satellite company Inmarsat continued to exchange signals, known as “handshakes”, with the aircraft every hour before it crashed.
The firm has now released data which maps out two radius zones – spanning thousands of miles – where MH370 could have traveled.
One of the areas – known as the northern corridor – is where the satellite exchanged its last handshake with the troubled plane, reports the Daily Star.
This vast radius zone runs through Cambodia – along with several other countries.
Video producer Wilson believes the plane is lying in a high-altitude area of the Cambodia jungle – 60 miles west of Phnom Penh. The Brit, who says he found the image of the plane after spending “hours” searching on his own computer, now wants to visit the site himself.
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Following the Brit’s revelation, and with a $69M finder’s fee up for grabs, a group of experts hired a helicopter to scour the area highlighted by Wilson.
However, on September 13, it was reported that the group had failed to find anything in the zone where Wilson believes the plane crashed.