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Years after Flight 370 disappearance, Malaysia Airlines agrees to track its planes from space - Washington Post

Just after midnight local time on March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport with 239 people on board settling in for what should have been a routine red-eye to Beijing. The plane never made it to China ...and more »

Malaysia Airlines will be first to use new satellite-based airplane tracking system - The Verge

Three years ago, Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared from radar somewhere above the Indian Ocean with 239 people on board. Today, the airline announced it is the first to sign up to a new service that will track its airplanes anywhere in the ...and more »

Malaysia Airlines: First Major Airline To Use Satellite Technology To Track Own Fleet - Tech Times

Three years after one of the worst aviation disasters in history, Malaysia Airlines is banking on technology to prevent another one from happening. Malaysia Airlines has inked an agreement with Aireon LLC, SITAONAIR and FlightAware LLC to use a space ...and more »

Malaysia Airlines signs up for global plane-tracking satellite service - UPI.com

Malaysia Airline will become the first carrier to enlist to a satellite flight tracking system that will monitor the location of company's fleet worldwide, which follows the 2014 disappearance of MH370. File Photo Fazry Ismail/EPA. April 19 (UPI ...and more »

Malaysia Airlines First to Track Fleet With Satellites - Bloomberg

Malaysia Airlines, which lost a wide-body jet with 239 people aboard three years ago in one of history's most enduring aviation mysteries, has become the first airline to sign an agreement for space-based flight tracking of its aircraft. Malaysia ...and more »

Following Tragedy, Malaysia Airlines to Use Satellite-Tracking - U.S. News & World Report

After a Malaysian Airlines plane went missing in March of 2014, with 239 passengers aboard, the airline company has turned to space-based ADS-B, Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast, data to track its flights. (Courtesy of FlightAware ...and more »

3 years after flight MH370 disappeared, Malaysia Airlines is making an unprecedented move to track its planes - Business Insider

Malaysia Airlines has signed up to a new system to track its planes minute-by-minute, three years after the unexplained disappearance of one of its aircraft carrying 239 people, the providers of the satellite-based system said in a statement. Flight ...and more »

Malaysia Airlines will start tracking its planes by satellite - Mashable

Malaysia Airlines, whose MH370 airplane vanished with 239 people onboard three years ago, has become the first airline to track its fleet of planes via satellite. The airline signed an agreement with aerospace companies Aireon, Sitaonair and ...and more »

Malaysia Airlines becomes first to track planes with satellites - New York Post

Malaysia Airlines — which lost a jetliner with 239 people on board in 2014 in one of aviation's greatest mysteries — has become the first carrier to adopt a satellite flight-tracking system. The airline will use a soon-to-be-launched satellite ...and more »

Malaysia Airlines Enlists SITAOnAir, Aireon, FlightAware for Flight Tracking - Satellite Today

SITAOnAir, Aireon and FlightAware have formed a flight tracking partnership with Malaysia Airlines. Under the agreement, all Malaysia Airlines aircraft will have access to minute-by-minute global flight tracking data, delivered by SITAOnAir's Aircom ...and more »