Published technical data for satellite flight MH370 disappeared
The director general of the Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia, Abdul Rahman, who gave details about the document (Photo: Efe)

The Malaysian government Tuesday released a document from the British satellite company Inmarsat accurate technical information of Malaysia Airlines tickets, missing since March 8 with 239 people on board.
The report compiles satellite recorded flight MH370 took off bound for Beijing, from 16H06H43 GMT March 7 (local 00H06H43 Malaysia) until 23H15H01 data when the last contact with the aircraft was.
Some relatives of Chinese passengers aboard had insisted that such information is made known, for almost three months after the disappearance of the device has not found a single trace, which has fueled speculation about its location.
This information was used by experts from several countries determined that the plane, a Boeing 777-200er, crashed in the southern Indian Ocean.
The apparatus disappeared from the radar screens of control at 40 minutes of its takeoff and deliberately changed course, officials said, crossing the Strait of Malacca in the opposite direction to its initial course possible to fall into the Indian Ocean. Even experienced divers in the UK, U.S. and China continue to look for sign of his whereabouts.