| Sri Lanka ready to provide airspace in search for missing|
Sri Lanka Minister of Aviation Services says that if a request is made, they will provide the Sri Lankan airspace to look into missing airliner MH370.
With the search for the missing flight reaching its eleventh day, investigators have expanded the search deeper into the northern and southern hemispheres.
U.S. government agencies are working with their Indian counterparts to take a close look at radar data to see if the plane flew over the Indian Ocean, as one theory suggests,Media reports said.
Australian, US and New Zealand planes are starting their hunt for the jetliner in a new search area 3,000km southwest of Perth in the southern Indian Ocean.The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) confirmed the search area is more than 600,000 square kilometres in size, and that it would take “several weeks” to search the area thoroughly.