Sunday, June 24, 2018
U.S. firm uses its tech in new search for missing Malaysia Airlines jet
A U.S. firm is about to use its powerful technology to begin a new search for the Malaysia Airlines plane that went missing in 2014. Locating it will score it a payday of as much as $70 million.
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