The Wall Street Journal reports that three to four days lapsed before officials acted on satellite data indicating that MH370 may have crashed or landed in an area farther away from the search-and-rescue operations.
See report here.
And it turns out that a British satellite company had indications as early as two days after MH370’s disappearance that the plane may have crashed into the Indian Ocean.
See ABC News report here.
Thanks to blog visitor Loke for the alerts.