THE head of Malaysia Airlines has defended the company decision to tell families of those on board the doomed MH370 flight there was no chance of their loved ones being alive.
Chief executive officer Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said there were almost 1000 people who had to be contacted ahead of the news being published by international media.
"Our sole and only motivation last night was to ensure the incredibly short amount of time available to us, the families heard the tragic news before the world did," Mr Yahya said.
Mr Yahya said the company has been supplying accommodation, food, Cialis 10 Mg Goedkoop expenses and transport for up to five family members per passenger on board MH370 since March 8 arrangements that would continue.
Malaysia Airlines has also paid $5000 to the next of kin of passengers, although more payments were likely to be made as the search continues.
Earlier, Air Marshal Mark Binskin told reporters in Perth said the search area off Western Australia was being "continually refined" as new data arrived from international counterparts.
When asked how he could be so sure the plane went down about 2500km south west of Perth, Air Marshal Binskin said it was based on "the best information we have".
He offered thanks to those countries also involved in the search, adding that HMAS Success was now grappling with high Buy Cialis Switzerland seas in the southern Indian Ocean.
It would be given air support in the search once "Anabolika Definition" weather conditions improve.
Flight MH370 drama out of Bermuda Triangle
THE disappearance and destruction of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 is "something right out of the Bermuda Triangle", according to an Australian aviation expert, although he expects answers to come eventually.
Central Queensland University head of aviation Ron Bishop and veteran of Operation Desert Storm compared the loss of the Methenolone Enanthate Para Que Sirve Boeing 777 to the crashing of Air France Airbus A330 in mid 2009.
It took almost two years for black box to be recovered from the ocean floor.
Mr Bishop said with the amount of resources being pumped into the search by so many nations, it was inevitable that some debris will be found.
That, Oral Steroids Lumbar Radiculopathy he said, would be enough to start finding answers.
"We can tell a lot of stuff just by finding pieces," he said.
"Let say we find a piece of the aircraft (investigators) will be able to tell if there was an explosion.
"If there was no explosion, that already knocks out about 10 theories.
He said investigators will eventually know what happened with 99% certainty.
Overnight, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said new data from British firm Inmarsat showed the plane went down in the freezing waters about 2500km south west of Perth.
Officials with Malaysia Airlines had just moments earlier told families to "assume beyond any reasonable doubt" that there would be no survivors.
Late on Monday, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said the Royal Australian Air Force P3 Orion had spotted "a grey or green circular object and a second orange rectangular object".
It was to be retrieved Masteron Subq by the HMAS Success.
The Prime Minister said it was not yet clear if this was wreckage from the MH370, describing the entire MH370 saga as "an absolutely baffling mystery".