Electromagnetic interference from the powerful VLF transmitters at the Harold E. Holt US Communication Base near Exmouth in Western Australia, along with passengers' portable electronic devices, are the focus of investigators looking into the violent midair upset of a Qantas A330-300 that injured 70 passengers last month (ATWOnline, Oct. 14). Australian Transport Safety Bureau Director-Strategy and Capability Kerryn Macaulay said Friday that investigators have not ruled out "external ...

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