Analysis of all available satellite data has shown that Malaysia Airlines flight 370 flew toward a remote part of the Indian Ocean over a number of hours before crashing there, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing comments on Monday by an executive of the satellite company that performed the latest analysis. Chris McLaughlin, executive vice president of British satellite operator Inmarsat (ISAT.LON) said in a CNN interview that the plane with 239 people on board, most of whom were Chinese, veered sharply off its authorized flight plan on March 8 and flew south. Poor weather conditions could hinder the search today.
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