MH370 flight's deadly path before it plunged into the sea has been revealed by Malaysian authorities.
Malaysian authorities have revealed that the Flight MH370 was last captured by Immarsat satellite at 8.11 am on March 8th, when it was first reported missing shortly after take off.
According to news.com.au, the plane's last complete 'handshake' with the satellite was done in a wide arc covering two massive northern and southern corridors.
At 8.19 am, there was evidence of the jetliner making a partial handshake with the ground station and then sometime between 8.19 am and 9.15 am, it was no longer communicating with the ground station.
The report said that investigators have now concluded that the plane disappeared and crashed into a remote area of the southern Indian Ocean during that time.
Investigators have said that by that time the plane would have run out of fuel.
The Flight MH370 was carrying 239 people onboard when it took off from Kuala Lumpur and vanished from civilian radar after 40 minutes and after weeks of frenzied search, it has been confirmed that the plane crashed into the southern Indian Ocean.