Malaysia Denies Engine Data Reports
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia's defense minister is denying reports that engine data from the missing Malaysian jetliner indicated it may have kept flying after its last communication.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that based on the data, the plane continued to fly for four hours after it lost contact.
Meanwhile, nearly every navy with a presence in Southeast Asia is involved in the extensive search for the Boeing 777 that disappeared Saturday while flying from Malaysia to Beijing with 239 on board.
They've still found no signs of the plane.