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Airlines tracking systems showed Flight 93 crashed in a remote area of the remote Indian Ocean, a day after the plane vanished from radar screens.
The data revealed that a Boeing 767-200 crashed about 4 miles (7.6 kilometers) from a remote airstrip in the remote Bora region, according to Flightradar24, a website that tracks flight data.
The plane disappeared on March 19, two days before the Malaysian government had planned to fly out to Kuala Lumpur to hold a state funeral for Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.
Malaysian investigators say they have not found the jetliner’s black box, but it is unclear whether it was on the plane when it crashed.
Malaysia Airlines said it had asked the U.S. to send investigators to the crash site.
Malaysia’s Defense Ministry said it would cooperate with U.N. investigators, who are also looking into the cause of the crash.
Malaysia said it was providing $6 million to the U-M program to provide information on the flight.
Flightradarsa24.com/Flight 93 flight tracker map shows the flight path of Flight 93, the Boeing 777 that crashed into the ocean off the coast of Bora Sea, Malaysia on March 20, 2017.
The flight data recorder of the plane was found in a field in Bota Bora.
Malaysia Airports Authority spokesman Mohd Abdul Aziz told reporters the plane’s flight data recording device was found about 3 miles from the runway.
Malaysian Airports, which owns and operates Bota-Bora airport, said it did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.
Malaysia Flight 93 was headed from Amsterdam to Kuala Kong in the Netherlands, and it was scheduled to depart Amsterdam for Kuala Lumpur on March 22, the first leg of a two-day flight.
The United States is offering $1.2 million in compensation to the families of passengers aboard the plane and the families’ families, the U,N.
human rights chief said.
The Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200, registration N939AS, departed Amsterdam for Bota in the Indian Ocean on March 23, 2017, according the airline’s website.
It was on its way to Kuala, Malaysia, from Amsterdam.
The airline did not release the final destination or estimated time of departure.
It is not clear how many passengers were on board the plane.
Malaysia, one of the world’s most populated nations, was one of Malaysia Airlines last big global commercial carriers before it was taken over by Singapore Airlines in 2007.
Malaysian officials have said they are not sure why the plane went down.
The crash has become a major embarrassment for Malaysia and its government.
The Malaysian government has not publicly blamed the airline.
Malaysia has blamed separatists in the south for the crash, saying they are responsible.
Malaysia also has blamed the Indian government, which says separatists attacked Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which disappeared with 239 people on board in March 2014.