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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Apr 11, 2019 1:37 am

Flight 370 “flew around in circles” or on a curved trajectory in the hours after it went missing, according to an aviation expert

MH370 disappeared on March 8 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing carrying 239 people. This information casts doubt on certain theories, such as the idea MH370 was on autopilot. But why would hijackers want to fly in circles?

Jeff Wise, author of the Plane That Wasn’t There, explained that it is the Burst Frequency Offset (BFO) data that indicates the aircraft flew in circles.

The data comes from British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat.

Inmarsat had a satellite called 3F1 which made contact with the plane in the hours after it went missing, via intermittent ‘handshakes’.

BFO data is a measure of the relative motion of the satellite and the aeroplane.

Mr Wise explained: “Just as the motion of a speeding train makes the tone of its whistle go up or down, the relative motion of the satellite and the aeroplane shifts the frequency of the radio signals transmitted between them. The BFO is a measure of the difference.”

It was these values that show the plane likely was not travelling in a straight line.

The aviation expert said: “The BFO data suggests that the plane either flew in a curving trajectory or spent some time between 18:28 and 19:41 UTC flying around in circles.”

However, this does not add up with data called the Burst Timing Offset (BTO).

The BTO is a measure of the time taken for a transmission round trip and can be used to calculate the distance between the satellite and the aircraft.

These data indicated that the plane flew in a straight line and therefore does not make sense with the BFO data.

Mr Wise commented: “Long and short, it was very hard to come up with any routes that matches BTO and BFO data and made any sort of sense in terms of how planes are actually flown.

“At the end of the day you always had to shrug and choose which data to ignore.”

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Apr 11, 2019 1:45 am

How Chinese ‘terror group’ claimed responsibility for missing jet

Flight MH370 was taken as “payback”, according to an outrageous claim made by an unknown terror group via an encrypted email

MH370, which was flying from Kuala Lumpur Beijing on March 8, 2014, mysteriously vanished with 239 people on board. Captain Zaharie Shah last communicated with air traffic control at 1.19am when the plane was flying over the South China Sea. However, moments later the plane vanished from civilian radars, never to be seen again.

Shockingly, in the days following its disappearance, Chinese journalists received a chilling encrypted email.

The sender, an unheard of terror group who called themselves the “Chinese Martyrs’ Brigade”.

The email simply read: “You kill one of our clan, we will kill 100 of you as payback.”

However, the email provided no details of how the doomed jet was brought down and was untraceable because it was delivered through an anonymous, encrypted Hushmail service.

    You kill one of our clan, we will kill 100 of you as pay back

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Former transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein told reporters at Kuala Lumpur Airport on March 10, 2014, that the email was not being taken seriously.

He said: “There is no sound or credible grounds to justify their claims.”

Others had made a connection between the claims and an incident that occurred in the city of Kunming on March 1 between Uighurs and the Han Chinese population.

However, it is not the first time claims have surfaced over the missing jet being brought down.

Michael McKay, a trained observer on oil rig Songo Mercur off Vung Tau, Vietnam, told investigators in 2014 he saw the burning jet descend into the ocean.

He said: "I believe I saw the Malaysia Airlines plane coming down.

"The timing is right. I tried to contact the Malaysian and Vietnamese officials several days ago.

“But I do not know if the message has been received.

“While I observed the burning plane it appeared to be in one piece.”

Vietnamese officials interviewed Mr McKay and were ready to act on his information.

However, the search area was then updated following new information from UK company Inmarsat.

New data showed a “ping” on one of their satellites at 2:22am, placing MH370 in the Andaman Sea.

Mr McKay claims he was then let go from his position on the rig for causing such a commotion.

He told the Sunday Star Times in 2014: “The whole thing became intolerable for them and I was removed from the rig and not invited back.

“Contracts meant little in the oilfield. The oil patch is a rough, unforgiving game.”

In March 2014, Malaysia Airlines CEO Ahmad Jauhari confirmed that flight MH370 had been carrying lithium-ion batteries in its cargo hold.

These highly flammable electrochemical cells are used in mobile phones and laptops.

They have been responsible for a number of fires on planes in recent years.

However, the theory that a fire broke out on board MH370 has not been the most popular among experts investigating the doomed jet.

Many have sided with the view Mr Shah purposely flew the plane off course, avoiding radar detection, before bringing it to a controlled stop in the Indian Ocean.

They hold this view mainly due to the evidence recovered from the pilot’s home in-flight simulator hard drive and debris recovered thus far.

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Sat Apr 13, 2019 11:35 pm

MH370 BOMBSHELL: Missing Malaysia Airlines
plane landed in a 'secret ABANDONED airport'


MH370 is believed to have landed in a secret abandoned airport after it disappeared, according to Andre Milne of Unicorn Aerospace

MH370: Malaysia Airlines made three errors says expert

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 went missing on March 8 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. The Boeing 777 has not been found to this day. In a previous Express.co.uk article, it was revealed the plane may have landed and taken off again in the hours immediately after its disappearance

Now, fresh claims from Mr Milne indicate it could have landed in an abandoned airport in Cambodia - and he believes he knows the coordinates of its location.

The coordinates he gave are latitude 12.2558, longitude 104.5667.

This location is around 100km north of Phnom Penh.

Mr Milne said: “The now abandoned airport, called Kampong Chhnang, has intact hard paved runways of +/- 9000 feet.”

READ MORE: MH370 SHOCK: Data from missing Malaysia Airlines flight 'IMPOSSIBLE'

The alleged 'secret' airport from the ground, and an aerial shot (Image: ANDRE MILNE)

He claimed that both he and amateur investigator Daniel Boyer received information about this alleged landing in Cambodia.

He said: “Both Mr Boyer and myself received separate raw intelligence disclosures that provided details of a secret MH370 landing that allowed us to calculate and identify the exact location of an abandoned airport that is perfectly aligned directly upon a flight axis as used by the hijackers of MH370.

“We both also received separate raw intelligence disclosures that identified how MH370 took off shortly after landing to then be strategically crashed at a concealed location away from the secret airport.”

He provided several images, the first depicting an aerial map of Cambodia and Vietnam with gold line, the far right of which he claims represents the coordinates of where Malaysian Airline Operations last tracked the plane.

Then there is a red circle at the far left of the gold line is where the plane supposedly crashed and the red dot is the “secret landing airport” where it went before its final crash, according to Mr Milne.

He added that he believes he has a “cumulative number of hard points of discovery intersection”, which would constitute the “new credible evidence” required for a new official investigation.

In November 2018, Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook said the Malaysian government was open to resuming the search for MH370, but that it would require “new credible evidence”.

Mr Loke said: “We have never closed down any possibilities.

“If our authorities think there is any credible leads then we are always prepared to re-open.”

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Tue Apr 16, 2019 9:02 pm

MH370 BOMBSHELL: Why aviation specialists claimed plane was HIJACKED and landed SAFELY

flight MH370 was hijacked and landed mostly intact at a remote location, according to three French air traffic specialists who claimed they had the exact coordinates of the doomed jet

MH370, which was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, China, disappeared on March 8, 2014. The Boeing 777 was carrying 239 people when the jet disappeared over the South China Sea. Captain Zaharie Shah last communicated with air traffic control at 1:19am during a routine handover from Malaysian to Vietnamese channels.

Analysis of radar and satellite data shows that it suddenly changed course and flew back across Malaysia before turning south of Penang and then towards the southern Indian Ocean.

Mr Shah has come under fire numerous times over theories he purposely crashed the jet, after his apparent final goodbye gesture.

However, Jean-Marc Garot, Michel Delarche and Jean-Luc Marchand think the evidence points more likely towards a hijacking by someone else on board.

The trio launched a website in 2018 with their theory on the jet’s location, following their research into the possibility an emergency ditching was performed by the pilot only once the plane ran out of fuel.

Mr Garot and I also suggested this hypothesis that would explain the small number of debris found

Their estimations placed the remaining fuselage at specific co-ordinates near Christmas Island in the Southern Indian Ocean.

Mr Delarche wrote in his blog in 2018: “Some experts raise the idea of a pilot-controlled water landing – the plane descending whiile hovering having travelled up to 100 nautical miles beyond the last known position corresponding to the seventh Inmarsat arc.

“In our book ‘The Hijacked MH370’, Mr Garot and I also suggested this hypothesis would explain the small number of debris found.

“It also explains the fact that debris corresponding to moving parts such as the flaperon found in Reunion [Island] had to undergo a low speed tearing and not a violent impact as envisaged by Boeing.

“This is why we have considered the possibility the plane was taken over by someone else on board.

“That said, we did not exclude the idea of the suicidal pilot which remains for us a plausible hypothesis too.”

The idea that the plane came to a controlled stop has been popular among aviation experts, but with the blame being put on Mr Shah.

Civil aviation expert Larry Vance is someone who has backed this theory several times.

In his 2018 book "MH370: Mystery Solved", he wrote: “The investigation into the disappearance of MH370 is different because MH370 was not an accident.

“MH370 has only one cause – it was caused by an international criminal act – perpetrated by one individual.

“There is no complex sequence of failures like there would be in an accident scenario.

“MH370 can be explained by one single cause – that being the conduct of the pilot."

In February 2019, Mr Vance admitted that he could not say for certain whether the pilot, Captain Shah, or co-pilot, 1st Officer Fariq Ab Hamid, were the perpetrator.

However, he said the most likely suspect is Captain Shah, who had also ordered two extra hours of fuel before the flight.

“The simplicity of the disappearance of MH370 comes down to this: either it was a criminal act, or it was not.

“The evidence confirms it was a criminal act, committed by one individual who, as a pilot in the plane, had a simple means to carry it out.

“There was nothing to prevent an MH370 pilot from commandeering his own plane and then following the exact sequence of events to take the plane to the bottom of the ocean.

“That is what happened and that is a fact.”

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Tue Apr 23, 2019 11:16 am

Rescuers 'were searching in the WRONG
place' due to overlooking a VITAL factor


Search teams have been combing the Indian Ocean for five years trying to find the exact location of the Boeing 777. British, German and French scientists have said that future searches should take into account the complicated movement of ocean drifts. The team of scientists have highlighted the importance of the so-called "Stokes drift" in calculating how debris from the aircraft drifted before making landfall

Lead investigator Dr Jonathan Durgadoo said ignoring Stokes drifts in the simulation can lead to major errors, as seen in the MH370 incident.

He said: "For any application where surface drift is studied, Stokes drift should be included to provide more precise tracking results."

At least nine items belonging to the Boeing 777 aircraft with 239 people onboard that disappeared from radar in March 2014 washed up along the western coasts of the Indian Ocean.

Since then experts have been trying to calculate the route the debris took and backtrack it to a possible crash site.

Investigators have been trying to find the missing flight by analysing debris washed ashore

Scientists said it's important to consider how debris from the aircraft drifted before making landfall

But because they don't know the buoyancy of debris pieces, how long it had made land before being found and how long it had been drifting in coastal waters before being washed ashore, scientists said they may never be able to say where MH370 lies.

Shortly after the sighting of the first piece of debris, a flaperon on La Réunion in 2015, GEOMAR scientists started to simulate its possible drift in the hope of narrowing down the area of the possible crash site.

In the years since the plane disappeared, experts have analysed a series of exchanges between the aircraft and a satellite to estimate a probable crash site along what's known as the seventh arc, a vast arc of ocean that runs through the southern hemisphere.

A deep sea search of a 75,000 sq mile stretch of water along the seventh arc has so far come up empty.

An autonomous underwater vehicle was deployed into the southern Indian Ocean in search of the missing flight MH370

MH370: Pilot who contacted plane reveals he heard mumbling

Dr Durgadoo said: ”Detailed analysis of satellite communications, provided in the form of handshakes between the aircraft’s engines and satellites, indicated that the plane had lost contact along the ‘7th arc’ around the position of the satellite, which extended from Java, Indonesia, to the southern Indian Ocean, southwest of Australia.

"However, the precise location of the aircraft’s last position was not known.

"In the following months, the Joint Agency Coordination Centre, led by the Australian government, started the search for the aircraft around the 7th arc.

"The unsuccessful search was halted in January 2017 and spanned an area in excess of around 120,000 square kilometres."

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:56 pm

Airlines found 15-inch crack on a Boeing 777

Analysis of radar and satellite data shows that it suddenly changed course and flew back across Malaysia before turning south of Penang and then towards the southern Indian Ocean

Mr Shah has come under fire numerous times over theories he purposely crashed the jet, after his apparent final goodbye gesture.

However, it is also possible the veteran pilot was attempting to land on water – something known as a controlled ditching – following a mid-flight emergency.

In November 2013, the Federal Aviation Administration identified a “weak spot” in Boeing 777 jets.

US transport officials warned of cracks underneath the aircraft’s satellite antenna on the fuselage that could lead to the "loss of structural integrity of the aircraft”.

The FAA told companies including Malaysia Airlines to look out for corrosion under the fuselage skin which could cause rapid decompression, as well as the plane breaking up.

A statement at the time said: "We received a report of cracking and corrosion in the fuselage skin underneath the SATCOM antenna adapter.

"During a maintenance planning data inspection, one operator reported a 16-inch crack under the 3-bay SATCOM antenna adapter plate in the crown skin of the fuselage on a plane that was 14 years old with approximately 14,000 total flight cycles.

“Subsequent to this crack finding, the same operator inspected 42 other planes that are between 6 and 16 years old and found some local corrosion, but no other cracking.

“Cracking and corrosion in the fuselage skin, if not corrected, could lead to rapid decompression and loss of structural integrity of the plane."

Malaysia Airlines inspected the fleet of Boeing 777 that posed a threat and discovered a 15-inch crack in one.

The Federal Aviation Administration issued a final warning two days before the disappearance to check all remaining jets.

The families of MH370 hope to get some closure over what happened

However, Boeing later said that the plane used in flight MH370 did not have the same antenna as the rest of the 777s, therefore was not at risk.

Malaysia Airlines also confirmed the aircraft operating flight MH370 underwent extensive maintenance on February 23, 12 days before its last flight.

The plane had further maintenance scheduled for June 19.

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Fri May 03, 2019 11:31 pm

Expert claimed first-class passenger
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Jeff Wise, the author of “The Plane That Wasn’t There” believes one or more of the passengers messed with the on board electronics that were vital to the data produced by Inmarsat on March 15, 2014.

The British company owns a satellite called 3F1, which was communicating with MH370 in the hours after it disappeared.

The data recorded was Burst Timing Offset (BTO) and Burst Frequency Offset (BFO) and was used to identify the search area known as the seventh arc in the southern Indian Ocean.

However, Mr Wise claims it was tampered with to make it appear the plane headed towards water – suggesting a crash – instead of the mainland.

MH370 could have landed according to claims

    If perpetrators got in there, a long shot, they would have access to equipment that could be used to change the BFO value of its satellite transmissions and even take over the flight controls
Jeff Wise wrote in 2015: “I learnt that the compartment on [Boeing] 777s called the electronics-and-equipment bay, or E/E bay, can be accessed via a hatch in the front of the first-class cabin.

“If perpetrators got in there, a long shot, they would have access to equipment that could be used to change the BFO value of its satellite transmissions and even take over the flight controls.

“I realised that I already had a clue that hijackers had been in the E/E bay.

“However, the satcom (satellite communication) system was also disconnected and then rebooted three minutes after the plane left military radar behind.”

Mr Wise went on to detail why he believed this was a feasible possibility.

He added: “The only way to do this, apart from turning off half the entire electrical system, would be to go into the E/E bay and pull three particular circuit breakers.

“It is a manoeuvre that only a sophisticated operator would know how to execute, and the only reason I could think for wanting to do this was so that Inmarsat would find the records and misinterpret them.

“They turned on the satcom in order to provide a false trail of bread crumbs leading away from the plane’s true route.

“It’s not possible to spoof the BFO data on just any plane – it must be of a certain make and model, equipped with a certain make and model of satellite-communications equipment, and flying a certain kind of route in a region covered by a certain kind of Inmarsat satellite.

“If you put all the conditions together, it seemed unlikely that any aircraft would satisfy them – yet MH370 did.”

Jeff Wise believes the craft landed in Kazakhstan

Families long to know what happned to the passengers on MH370

Mr Wise went on to claim the plane then flew to Kazakhstan, landing in a Russian-owned airport.

He said: “There aren’t a lot of places to land a plane as big as the 777, but, as luck would have it, I found one, a place just past the last handshake ring called Baikonur Cosmodrome.

“Baikonur is leased from Kazakhstan by Russia.

“A long runway there called Yubileyniy was built for the Russian Space Shuttle.

“If the final Inmarsat ping rang at the start of MH370’s descent, it would have set up nicely for an approach to Yubileyniy’s runway 24.”

A second Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was shot out of the sky just four months later over eastern Ukraine.

Russia-backed rebels, armed with a missile provided by Moscow, are suspected of being responsible for the MH17 disaster – killing all 298 people on board.

Mr Wise believes a similar plot may have played out on board MH370.

He continued: “As it happened, there were three ethnically Russian men aboard MH370, two of them Ukrainian-passport holders from Odessa.

‘I was able to find out a great deal about the Russian who was sitting in first-class about 15ft from the E/E-bay hatch.

“Why, exactly, would Putin want to steal a Malaysian passenger plane? I had no idea.

“Maybe he wanted to demonstrate to the United States, which had imposed the first punitive sanctions on Russia the day before, that he could hurt the West and its allies anywhere in the world.”

Mr Wise still supports the theory he first lobbied four year ago.

In March he appeared on Channel 5’s "Flight MH370: Five Years On” documentary where he made his thoughts clear.

He said: "The plane was accelerating, it was climbing and that shows whoever was behind it knew how to fly a plane.

"Whoever was flying the aircraft knew about dead air space in air traffic control, which suggests they were deliberately hiding it from view.

"If this was an effort by Russia it could have put the plane directly on the path to Kazakhstan.

"This happened in the context just after Russia had annexed Crimea and was getting a lot of heat.”

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Wed May 08, 2019 11:39 pm

MH370 SHOCK: How investigator admitted search could be based on 'FUNDAMENTAL ERROR'

THE SEARCH for missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 could be based on a “fundamental error”, a key investigator admitted

The data used were the Burst Timing Offset (BTO) and Burst Frequency Offset (BFO).

The BTO is a measure of the time taken for a transmission round trip and can be used to calculate the distance between the satellite and the aircraft.

The BFO is a measure of the relative motion of the satellite and the aeroplane.

Starting in October 2014, the Fugro Discovery searched the seabed using side scan sonar in the area suspected by the IG.

At first they were “confident” they had the right place, but by the end of November the search had come back with nothing.

According to Jeff Wise, author of 2015 book ‘The Plane That Wasn’t There’, a note of “self-doubt” crept into their discussions.

Then, a key member of the IG Victor Iannello commented on December 1, 2014, that they needed to re-examine their calculations.

Mr Iannello reportedly said: “As time goes on with no debris found, the probability of the end point in the current search zone decreases.

“It becomes increasingly necessary to re-examine the BTO and BFO models and question every assumption therein.

“I don’t mean refinements of the model that shift the end point by 10km, we have to ask ourselves if we have made a more fundamental mistake.

“With no debris found, we have to be open to the possibility of a fundamental error in our models and consider all options.”

The Fugro Discovery continued to search the seabed for many months however, still failing to locate MH370.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Fri May 10, 2019 12:08 am

MH370 BOMBSHELL: Debris found on Australian coastline 'DISMISSED despite expert’s advice'

DEBRIS found on Australia’s coastline after Malaysia Airlines flight 370 went missing was dismissed by the authorities despite an expert's encouraging comments, it has been claimed

MH370 vanished on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. After the disappearance, numerous people believed they found debris that could be from the plane washed up on Australia’s west coast. However, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) dismissed the claims, citing drift modelling undertaken by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (ASMA) that suggested floating debris would have floated west, away from Australia.

The ATSB website stated: “The ATSB continues to receive messages from members of the public who have found material washed up on the Australian coastline thinking it may be wreckage or debris from MH370.

“The ATSB reviews all this correspondence carefully, but drift modelling undertaken by the ASMA has suggested that if there are any floating debris it is far more likely to have travelled west, away from the coastline of Australia.

“It is possible that some materials may have drifted to the coastline of Indonesia and an alert has been issued in that country requesting that the authorities be alerted to any possible debris from the aircraft.”

However, according to Jeff Wise’s 2015 book ‘The Plane That Wasn’t There’, a pioneering ocean researcher claimed the currents should take the wreckage eastwards towards Australia.

Retired professor of Oceanography at the University of Washington Curtis Evismeyer reportedly claimed the South Indian current should have been carrying MH370 wreckage eastwards at a rate of 5-10 miles per day.

If his model is correct, debris would have been due to arrive on the beaches of western Australia between mid-June and late-September 2014.

Mr Evismeyer said if we assume that a million fragments broke off the plane on impact and that a 0.1 percent reached the coast, there would be 1000 objects on the shore, around one per mile of coastline.

He reportedly called this “not too bad odds”.

However, a non-profit organisation called the Tangaroa Blue Foundation, which organises an annual Western Australia beach clean-up, failed to find any MH370 debris in October 2014.

This is despite 1500 volunteers combing 130 beaches for litter and debris, with MH370 firmly in their mind.

Moreover, the only piece of debris found on a beach in Western Australia that managed to hit headlines – a hunk of aluminium discovered on April 23 2014 – was analysed by the ATSB and determined that it was not from an aircraft.

The ATSB have not confirmed where the object actually came from.

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon May 13, 2019 8:36 pm

MH370 SHOCK: How aviation engineer came up with ‘simple explanation’ for disappearance

Flight MH370 was a “simple accident” that can be easily explained, according to a private investigator

MH370 was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, China, before it mysteriously vanished on March 8, 2014. The Boeing 777 jet had 239 passengers on board when it went missing over the South China Sea. Captain Zaharie Shah last communicated with air traffic control at 1.19am during a routine handover from Malaysian to Vietnamese channels.

Analysis of radar and satellite data shows that it suddenly changed course and flew back across Malaysia before turning south of Penang and then towards the southern Indian Ocean.

However, US pilot and aviation engineer Bruce Robertson claims this was no coincidence.

He suggests the 221kgs of lithium-ion batteries in MH370's cargo caught fire sending a cloud of deadly carbon monoxide into the cabin, forcing Mr Shah to try and save the doomed jet.

He said in 2015: “There you have it – no conspiracies, no evil intent, no fuzzy pictures.

“It was just a simple industrial accident that took a while to play out due to automation trying to save the situation.

“The wounded bird did its best to survive but it was not to be.

“Too much time and money has been wasted on a fruitless search in an area much further southwest."

However, a report released in 2018 went out of its way to dismiss these claims.

The document, produced by The Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370, said it was ”highly improbable”.

It reads: “There were concerns that the batteries could have produced hazardous fumes or in a worst-case scenario caused a short circuit and/or fire.”

After carrying out tests, Malaysia's Science & Technology Research Institute for Defence was "convinced that the items tested could not be the cause in the disappearance of MH370," the report claims.

The batteries were not registered as dangerous goods as their packaging adhered to guidelines.

They went through customs inspection and clearance before the truck was sealed and left the factory, but were not given any additional security screening before loaded onto the plane.

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Wed May 15, 2019 1:31 am

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plane was strategically crashed


NEW evidence that Malaysia Airlines flight 370 was “strategically crashed” has emerged, according to astonishing claims from the founder of a military technology company

Andre Milne of Unicorn Aerospace has claimed he has information disclosed to him about the location of of the plane. He even believes that it could be the “new credible evidence” required by the authorities to restart their search for the aircraft.

Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook said in November last year they would be open to resuming the search for MH370 if such evidence was discovered.

Addressing the Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad in an email, he asserted that both he and another volunteer investigator, Daniel Boyer, had information to provide.

Mr Milne's theory is that MH370 landed at a secret airport in Cambodia after disappearing from radar.

He claimed: “Both Mr Boyer and myself received separate raw intelligence disclosures that identified how MH370 took off shortly after landing to then be strategically crashed at a concealed location away from the secret airport.

“This now brings the cumulative number of hard points of discovery intersection well past the threshold of what constitutes the new credible evidence you require to re-launch the search for MH370."

In the email he included images he claimed back up his story and even gave the coordinates of where he believes the plane may be found.

He claims these are the “exact coordinates as to the location of the secret airport as made in a vague and unspecified claim by Jeffrey Wise”.

Jeff Wise is an aviation expert and author of the 2015 book ‘The Plane That Wasn’t There”.

He speculated in his book whether the plane may have landed and then taken off again.

He pointed out that the plane went “dark” for one hour and 13 minutes and it is unknown what it did in this time immediately after its disappearance.

Mr Wise said: “The big unknown was what happened between 6.39pm when the satcom was turned on and 7.41pm.

“Had the plane made a single turn or flown around in circles, or perhaps even landed somewhere and taken off again?”

This period of time is key, because it determined which direction the plane started flying in and from where.

If the plane did indeed land and take off again, this could have been in Malaysia or in a nearby country such as Cambodia.

Cambodia has plenty of remote jungle areas, so it is possible for a plane to land unnoticed.

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon May 20, 2019 8:29 pm

Why aviation expert was ‘SHOOK’ by alternative theory – ‘It all makes sense!'

Analysis of radar and satellite data shows that it suddenly changed course and flew back across Malaysia before turning south of Penang and then towards the southern Indian Ocean

Some have claimed this move proves Mr Shah attempted an emergency landing, following an uncontrollable fire on board.

His sister Sakinab Shah believes there is more proof of this theory too.

In a final message sent from the plane, either the pilot or co-pilot is believed to have said “good night Malaysian three seven zero”.

However, Ms Shah believes this was her bother's voice and the message was slurred.

In an interview with aviation expert Simon Gunson in 2016, Ms Shah claimed her brother suffered from hypoxia – a deficiency in the amount of oxygen reaching the brain.

Mr Gunson said in 2016: “It shook me to hear this as it made sense to me.

“A logical reason for the messages would be if there was electrical smoke in the avionics bay, called the MEC, causing the aircraft to automatically open a vent to evacuate smoke.

“Pilots would not have been alerted to any fire or smoke, nor interestingly to depressurisation, because the MEC override valve inhibits the cabin pressure warning on a Boeing 777.”

He added that he believed this oxygen deficiency eventually overcame Mr Shah, leaving the plane unattended, before spiralling out of control.

He said: “It seems increasingly likely that MH370 suffered a gradual decompression rather than a sudden decompression, or rather that it failed to properly pressurise in the climb.

“In theory had the Boeing 777 sensed a drop in duct pressure from the air conditioning system then an alarm should have sounded in the cockpit as the pressure in the cabin dropped to 14,000ft pressure altitude.

“To put it simply, MH370 flamed out from fuel exhaustion and fell into an uncontrolled, ever-accelerating spiral.

"This is a specific manoeuvre characteristic of hypoxia."

The idea of a fire breaking out on board has been popular over the last five years.

Ms Shah says her brother slurred his words

US pilot and aviation engineer Bruce Robertson previously suggested the 221kgs of lithium-ion batteries in MH370's cargo caught fire sending a cloud of deadly carbon monoxide into the cabin, forcing Mr Shah to try and save the doomed jet.

He said in 2015: “There you have it – no conspiracies, no evil intent, no fuzzy pictures.

“It was just a simple industrial accident that took a while to play out due to automation trying to save the situation.

“The wounded bird did its best to survive but it was not to be.

“Too much time and money has been wasted on a fruitless search in an area much further southwest."

MH370: Plane was depressurised says journalist Ean Higgins

However, a report released in 2018 went out of its way to dismiss these claims.

The document, produced by The Malaysian ICAO Annex 13 Safety Investigation Team for MH370, said it was ”highly improbable”.

It reads: “There were concerns that the batteries could have produced hazardous fumes or in a worst-case scenario caused a short circuit and/or fire.”

After carrying out tests, Malaysia's Science & Technology Research Institute for Defence was "convinced that the items tested could not be the cause in the disappearance of MH370," the report claims.

The batteries were not registered as dangerous goods as their packaging adhered to guidelines.

They went through customs inspection and clearance before the truck was sealed and left the factory, but were not given any additional security screening before loaded onto the plane.

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Fri May 31, 2019 1:57 am

Why sighting claim could place missing jet 3,000 miles OUTSIDE search area

MH370 left Kuala Lumpur Airport on March 8, 2014, destined for Beijing, China, with 239 people on board. Captain Zaharie Shah was in control of the plane when it last communicated with air traffic control at 1:19am over the South China Sea. However, moments later, the plane vanished from civilian radar screens following a routine handover from Malaysian to Vietnamese channels

Days later, it emerged that a group of islanders claimed they had seen a “low flying jumbo jet” at around 6:15am, flying south-west.

The plane was said to be donning red and blue colours, similar to that of Malaysia Airlines.

One told the local Haveeru site at the time: “I’ve never seen a jet flying so low over our island before.

“We’ve seen seaplanes but I’m sure that this was not one of those.

I’ve never seen a jet flying so low over our island before

“I could even make out the doors on the plane clearly.”

In total, four islanders gave an account of what they saw from the tiny Indian Ocean of Kuda Huvadhoo.

These witnesses were interviewed by police and their accounts were regarded as truthful and consistent, the newspaper claimed.

However, if the claims are correct, the final resting place of the plane could be over 3,100 miles away from where the official search was last carried out.

Analysis of the satellite data provided by UK company Inmarsat revealed the last communication with the jet was over the southern Indian Ocean.

The data recorded was Burst Timing Offset (BTO) and Burst Frequency Offset (BFO) and was used to identify the latest search area known as the seventh arc.

However, aviation expert Jeff Wise has previously tabled an explanation as to how this may have been tampered with.

He believes one or more of the passengers messed with the on board electronics that were vital to the data.

Mr Wise wrote in 2015: “I learnt that the compartment on [Boeing] 777s called the electronics-and-equipment bay, or E/E bay, can be accessed via a hatch in the front of the first-class cabin.

“If perpetrators got in there, a long shot, they would have access to equipment that could be used to change the BFO value of its satellite transmissions and even take over the flight controls.

“I realised that I already had a clue that hijackers had been in the E/E bay.

“However, the satcom (satellite communication) system was also disconnected and then rebooted three minutes after the plane left military radar behind.”

Despite the claims, the Maldives National Defence Force, responsible for guarding the security and sovereignty of the low-lying country, issued a statement in March last year ruling out any such aircraft movement over its air space.

The Islanders were both shocked and humiliated, claiming the defence chiefs were avoiding admitting the limitations of their equipment to detect the flight.

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Tue Jun 04, 2019 1:35 am

How air crash investigator noticed ‘bright and shining clue’

MH370, which had been travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, disappeared on March 8, 2014, with 239 people on board. The Boeing 777 aircraft last communicated with air traffic control at 1.19am when the plane was flying over the South China Sea, before vanishing from civilian radar screens. Over the years, the captain – Zaharie Shah – has come under fire amid claims suggesting he went on a suicide mission after analysis of radar data suggested he made a “final goodbye” gesture

However, air crash investigator Christine Negroni believes this move was not on purpose.

She claims it was the erratic, illogical thoughts of a pilot who had been starved of oxygen, following a fire in the cockpit.

She wrote on her blog in 2018: “To me, that insensible action [the turn] is a bright and shining clue that the pilots’ actions were illogical because they were incapable of logical thought.

“My scenario is that the plane depressurised at 35,000 feet.

    To me, that insensible action [the turn] is a bright and shining clue that the pilots’ actions were illogical because they were incapable of logical thought.
“The first officer, alone in the cockpit, put on his emergency oxygen mask but failed to get 100 percent oxygen under pressure which would be required to restore his intellectual acuity.

“Instead, with the insidious feeling of wellbeing that characterises hypoxia – or oxygen starvation – the pilot turned the plane back towards Kuala Lumpur.”

Ms Negroni went on to detail what she believed happened next.

She added: “He knew there was a problem but didn’t have the brain processing power to act appropriately.

“This explains why he turned in one direction then another before passing out as the plane headed into the world’s most remote sea.”

Ms Negroni’s theory singles out First Officer Hamid as the one in control of the plane when disaster struck.

However, others – using the same hypoxia idea – have centred their beliefs around Mr Shah being in control.

Former pilot Christopher Goodfellow claims the change in route was carried out on purpose as the veteran captain attempted to land at Langkawi International Airport in Malaysia.

He wrote in a blog post in 2014: “The turn [back across Malaysia] is the key here.

“Zaharie Shah was a very experienced senior captain with 18,000 hours of flight time.

“We old pilots were drilled to know what is the closest airport of safe harbour while in cruise.

“Airports behind us, airports abeam us, and airports ahead of us – they're always in our head, always.

“If something happens, you don't want to be thinking about what are you going to do, you already know what you are going to do.”

Mr Goodfellow went on to explain why Langkawi could have been a possible option for Mr Shah.

He added: “When I saw that left turn with a direct heading, I instinctively knew he was heading for that airport.

“He was taking a direct route to Palau Langkawi, a 13,000-foot airstrip with an approach over water and no obstacles.

“The captain did not turn back to Kuala Lumpur because he knew he had 8,000-foot ridges to cross.

“He knew the terrain was friendlier toward Langkawi, which also was closer.”

However, hypoxia is just one line of questioning among dozens of theories about what could have happened to MH370.

Some have hypothesised the jet was hijacked, either by terrorists on board, or through remote cyber hacking.

While more outrageous theories have claimed the plane was a “flying bomb” due to the cargo of five tonnes of mangosteens and 221kg of lithium-ion batteries.

Aviation expert Clive Irving has suggested these two items could have somehow combusted and created a deadly plume of smoke that filled the cabin.

He said in 2015: “The cargo hold has a special liner intended to contain a fire until it is extinguished.

“A battery fire might well have been intense enough to breach the liner and, in doing so, allow the airflow to weaken the concentration (and therefore the effectiveness) of the Halon gas used as a fire suppressant.

"The organic electrolyte in lithium-ion batteries decomposes at high temperatures, generating very toxic fumes typically containing compounds of fluorine and even arsenic.”
MH370: Plane was depressurised says journalist Ean Higgins

There have also been arguments over how the plane could have hit the Indian Ocean.

The official investigation states the jet spiralled out-of-control, hitting the water at pace and splitting into thousands of pieces.

However, aviation expert Larry Vance claims Zaharie Shah actually performed something known as a “ditching”.

He theorised this following the discovery of a part of the plane’s wing, known as the flaperon, on Reunion Island.

He told Australia’s 60 Minutes investigation team in 2017: “I think the fuselage is certainly intact somewhere on the bottom of the Indian Ocean.

“When the flaperon was found, everyone should have concluded this was a human engineered event.

“There’s no other explanation.

“The reason we don’t see lots of debris is because it remained in the fuselage and that remains at the bottom of the water.”

Bruce Margolis, a veteran Boeing 777 pilot, demonstrated during in a flight simulator Mr Vance’s theory.

He said during the simulation: “The physical evidence from the recovered wing part suggests the pilot tried to keep it intact in a controlled ditching.

“The engines are going to hit first and they’ll be ripped off – the noise would [have been] terrible.

Larry Vance believes the plane was brought to a controlled stop

“But it’s very easy to control the aircraft, you can virtually have your hands off.”

The simulator then struck the water, before floating along.

Mr Margolis said: “Bang – that’s it – in the water – the engines are ripped off, but there’s a chance the fuselage is intact.

“And if it’s in one piece it could actually keep floating for a while before it starts sinking.”

In 2016, he faced a backlash after Australian officials confirmed he had practiced a route where the plane is said to have vanished using an in-flight simulator he had built at home.
MH370: Expert says plane was brought to controlled stop

The simulator information shows only the possibility of planning.

A spokesman said: “It does not reveal what happened on the night of its disappearance nor where the aircraft is located.

“For the purposes of defining the underwater search area, the relevant facts and analysis most closely match a scenario in which there was no pilot intervening in the latter stages of the flight.”

Despite this, the Malaysian Government have ruled out the possibility of any wrongdoing on Mr Shah's part.

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Re: All Malaysian Flight 370 could be still alive and kickin

PostAuthor: Anthea » Tue Jun 11, 2019 1:32 am

MH370 BOMBSHELL: Disaster 'could happen AGAIN' if no answers found,

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 went missing en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing carrying 239 people. To this day, the reason behind its disappearance remains a mystery. Aviation consultant Alastair Rosenschein told Channel 5’s ‘Flight MH370’ that the accident “may apply to other aircraft”

Alternatively, it could be a botched repair job that could endanger other planes, which is why it is “vitally important” to work out exactly what happened.

Mr Rosenschein said: “This accident may apply to other aircraft or it may have been an engineering repair job which has been done incorrectly and may also affect other makes of aircraft.

“So it is vital that one tries one’s hardest to get to get to the bottom of it.”

His words were backed up by aviation journalist David Learmount who emphasised that if a technical error occurred, it is very important to find out what it was.

He said: “Learning what the fate of MH370 was is very important, because those of us in the aviation industry don’t like not knowing what happened to an aeroplane.

“It might have been a human thing, it might have been a technical thing.

“But especially if it was a technical thing we want to know what it was.”

In this way, the safety and security of future aeroplane passengers could rely on getting to the bottom of the MH370 mystery and learning what went wrong could prevent a similar accident happening in the future.

One theory is that a technical failure caused the plane to simply drop out of the sky.

However, there are dozens of theories, with many experts believing the plane was taken deliberately – ie. it was hijacked.

The plane’s flight path indicates that someone intentionally took it off track, but no group has ever taken responsibility for the incident.

Mr Rosenschein added that it is also important for the loved ones of those on board MH370 to have some answers.

Families of those on board MH370 are still fighting for the truth and meet up to pay tribute to those they lost.

One family member told Channel 5: “I am just imagining their last moments, what they are thinking of.

“And I am sure they are all thinking of their family, their home, who love them.

“It is about finding the truth of what happened and no secrecy, no hiding of information.”

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