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PostAuthor: Anthea » Sat Dec 01, 2018 12:22 am

Relatives of missing MH370 victims
may have found debris from jet


Relatives of MH370 victims claim they have recovered new pieces of debris from the doomed jet

    Families of missing flight MH370 passengers say new debris from jet was found

    They believe new pieces of the Boeing 777 could hold clues to what happened

    Investigators believe jet veered thousands of miles off course and crashed in sea

    Flight MH370, which had 239 on-board, is one of the greatest aviation mysteries
Relatives of people who went missing on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have retrieved what they believe are new pieces of debris from the aircraft.

Victim's families say they will present the pieces of the doomed jet to the Malaysian government this week.

Flight MH370 was on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014, with 239 people on board, when it disappeared and became one of the world's greatest aviation mysteries.

Malaysian and international investigators believe the jet veered thousands of miles off course from its scheduled route before eventually plunging into the Indian Ocean.

Last year scientists used a reconstructed Boeing 777 flaperon to work out where pieces of the jet could have drifted after debris washed up on Reunion island off the coast of Africa in 2015

The cause of the planes sudden diversion off course is still not known.

In all, 27 pieces of aircraft debris have been collected from various places around the world but only three wing fragments that washed up along the Indian Ocean coast have been confirmed to be from the missing Boeing 777.

The next of kin said in a brief statement on Wednesday they would meet Malaysia's transport minister on Friday 'to hand over newly recovered debris'.

Calvin Shim, whose wife was a crew member on the plane, told Reuters that the group planned to hand over five pieces of debris found off Madagascar, where some debris has been found before.

The most recent discovery was in August, he said.

In May, Malaysia called off a three-month search by U.S. firm Ocean Infinity, which spanned 112,000 sq km (43,243 sq miles) in the southern Indian Ocean and ended with no significant findings.

It was the second major search after Australia, China and Malaysia ended a fruitless A$200 million ($144.80 million) search across an area of 120,000 sq km (46,332 sq miles) last year.

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad had said in May that the country would consider resuming the search only if new clues come to light.

In July, investigators released a 495-page report, saying the plane's controls were likely deliberately manipulated to take it off course but they were not able to determine who was responsible.

Hijacking was not ruled out as the reason behind the plane diverting from its course.

The official search for the plane ended in May but a new TV documentary revealed for the first time the plane’s suspected final moments, with a reconstruction showing it plunging towards the sea in a ‘death spiral’.

Investigators on the documentary said the plane almost certainly ran out of fuel after flying in the wrong direction over the Indian Ocean for six hours.

This could have been caused by the right engine breaking down first, meaning the autopilot would have lurched the plane to the left to compensate.

In July 2015, a wing part known as a flaperon was found on Reunion Island, east of Madagascar. Since then, 27 pieces of debris have been found.

One of the pieces was a TV monitor, found by amateur wreckage hunter Blaine Gibson.

Officers carrying pieces of debris from what is thought to be flight MH370 washed ashore in Saint-Andre de la Reunion on Reunion Island in July 2015

Last month a pilot claimed to have discovered parts of flight MH370 in the same area of the Cambodian jungle where a filmmaker was forced to abandon his pursuit of the plane's wreckage because of 'illegal loggers high on meth'.

Daniel Boyer said he has found the engine, tail and cockpit of the plane buried in the jungle north of Phnom Penh using Google Earth, just a month after British film producer Ian Wilson embarked on a two-day trek to find a 'plane-shaped object' he had sighted on Google Maps.

French police also said last month that officers were investigating if navigation data from MH370 could have been hacked to disguise the route it took before crashing into the ocean.

The new theory was revealed by Ghyslain Wattrelos, a Frenchman who lost his wife and two teenage children when Flight 370 vanished.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Sun Dec 02, 2018 11:17 pm

Massive breakthrough: Flight MH370 crashed violently

There has been a “massive breakthrough” in the search for missing flight MH370 - with the unveiling of five new pieces of debris found washed up on a beach.

There has been a “massive breakthrough” in the search for missing flight MH370 - with the unveiling of five new pieces of debris found washed up on a beach.

On Friday, relatives of those on board Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 handed over new debris, including a floor panel of a Boeing aircraft, believed to be from the ill-fated plane which mysteriously disappeared four years ago.

Speaking at a news conference yesterday, Jacquita Gonzales, the wife of MH370 Steward Patrick Gomes, held up new debris to the cameras as other relatives begged the government to allow search efforts to continue. The family members also demanded a fresh inquiry into the Malaysia Airlines mystery.

V.R. Nathan, whose wife Anne Daisy was on the doomed jet, said the debris consisted of five small plane parts found off Madagascar.

They were turned over to Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke on Friday at his office in the administrative capital Putrajaya outside Kuala Lumpur.

“Five new pieces of debris have been recovered off the coast of Madagascar, including one piece that has part of a label still readable,” Mr Nathan said, adding the items were discovered by fishermen.

“We want the government to continue searching for these debris and piece them together like a jigsaw puzzle so that we can get some clue as to what happened to the plane.” His daughter Grace told reporters the items were found between December 2016 and August 2018, adding that “this … offers a fresh ray of hope to all the relatives.”

Grace described the latest discoveries as a “massive breakthrough”.

“The fact that debris is still washing up now means that the investigation should still be live,” she said.

“It shouldn’t be closed.”

Mr Loke, who met the next of kin, said the government would consider resuming a search if provided with credible leads.

He said: “We are open to proposals, but we must have some credible leads before we decide.”

More than 30 bits of aircraft debris have been collected from various places around the world but only three wing fragments that washed up along the Indian Ocean west coast have been confirmed to be from MH370. One of the washed up pieces confirmed to be from MH370 included a two-metre wing part known as a flaperon.

The Boeing 777 jet with 239 people on board vanished on March 8, 2014 during a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur in the world’s greatest aviation mystery.

An official report released in July following a lengthy investigation and a long-running fruitless $144.80 million search gave no new clues about why the plane disappeared, sparking anger among relatives.

Malaysia’s new government, which took power in May, has said the search could be resumed but only if new and compelling evidencecomes to light.

Mr Loke said the government will “immediately verify the items” ranging from almost 60 centimetres (two feet) in length to palm-sized.

“We will need some credible leads before we reopen the search,” he told reporters.

T. Mohan, one of the experts who took part in the investigation, told AFP that one of the items “is a floor panel of a Boeing aircraft.” The disappearance of MH370 triggered the largest hunt in aviation history. However searchers scouring a 120,000-square kilometre area of Indian Ocean have failed to locate the missing plane.

An Australian-led hunt was suspended in January last year.

US exploration firm Ocean Infinity resumed the search in a different location at the start of this year on a “no find, no fee” basis, using high-tech drones to scour the seabed.

But that search was also called off within months after failing to find anything.

This week mathematician Mike Chillit claimed to have determined the crash location to be further north in the Indian Ocean than originally believed.

Earlier this month a plane crash hunter pieced together satellite image “clues” he believes show the wreckage of missing jet MH370 in the heart of the Cambodian jungle.

Another recent theory is ‘hackers’ could have ‘unlocked cockpit door and suffocated everyone to hijack missing Malaysian Airlines plane’ according to aviation expert Jeff Wise.

There have been many theories surrounding the mysterious disappearance of flight MH370 including ones that blame Vladimir Putin and North Korea.

Some theorists believe the pilot, Captain Zaharie Amhad Shah, planned the incident.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull unexpectedly said it was “very likely that the captain planned this shocking event”.

He claimed the pilot wanted to “create the world’s greatest mystery”.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Fri Dec 07, 2018 3:06 am

MH370 latest: Missing Malaysia Airlines plane
disappeared TWICE from radar on the SAME day


MH370 disappeared without a trace on March 8 2014, but it actually disappeared twice on the same day, according to data from air traffic controllers and military primary radar

The missing MH370 plane lost contact with air traffic control at 17:21 GMT and they could not work out where it had gone. However, the Malaysian military produced evidence from its own primary radar - a different kind of radar - that showed the flight of the plane until 18:22 GMT. Jeff Wise, author of The Plane That Wasn’t there, said: “In effect MH370 disappeared twice - once from ATC radar and again an hour later from military radar.”

MH370 lost contact with air traffic controllers at the cut-off between Malaysian-monitored airspace and the Ho Chi Minh Flight Information Region, monitored by controllers in Vietnam.

Kuala Lumpur radar contacted MH370 as it was about to leave Malaysian airspace and said: “Malaysia 370, contact Ho Chi Minh 120.9, goodnight.”

MH370 replied: “Goodnight, Malaysia 370.”

The aircraft then “winked out”, but was expected to make contact with air traffic controllers in Vietnam within a few minutes.

However, 15 minutes later controllers in Hanoi started to wonder why MH370 hasn’t radioed in to establish contact.

Over the next few hours, air traffic controllers were speaking to each other and trying to make contact with MH370 to try and work out where it had gone.

By dawn, the plane was declared missing.

However, according to sources in the Malaysian air force, whilst the plane had disappeared from this radar system, it had not simultaneously disappeared from military radar.

All MH370’s active electronic communication system had ceased to function, but the plane had still been visible to primary radar.

Primary radar uses a transmitter to send a beam of electromagnetic energy into the atmosphere and then measures the time and intensity of the echo that returns from a target to work out the direction and distance.

The data from this was shocking - it showed that the plane didn’t crash, but pulled a 180 degree turn two minutes after losing contact and started heading southwest, flying high and fast across the Malay peninsula.

Then, it turned northwest and travelled up the Malacca Strait.

Then, at 18:22 GMT, around 30km north of the western tip of Sumatra, it disappeared from primary radar too.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Sat Dec 08, 2018 12:30 am

New Research Might Locate Flight MH370 And
Solve One of the Greatest Aviation Mysteries of All Time


A new mathematical model narrows down the search area significantly

The 2014 disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which vanished from radar not long after embarking on a routine journey to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur, has proven one of the most confounding mysteries in the history of aviation.

Believed to have plummeted into the Indian Ocean, the flight has been the subject of two exhaustive search operations which have yielded fleeting returns of the wreckage. A sweep of 112,000 square kilometers of deep ocean between southern Indonesia and western Australia concluded earlier this year. A second search coordinated by authorities from Indonesia, China and Australia was called off in January, 2017 after amassing a $151 million bill.

Prior searches have been fruitless, but the answer to finding the wayward plane that presumably carried 239 passengers to their deaths might be buried in a mathematical model, rather than the waters that have already been searched. Martin Kristensen, a researcher at Denmark's Aarhus University, thinks he may have cracked the seemingly impossible code, drawing on data from seven "handshake" signals interchanged by the plane and a lonely satellite hovering above the Indian Ocean.

Kristensen's hypothesis uses math to ask a familiar question: What if investigators have been looking in the wrong place the whole time?

Flight MH370 lost radio contact when its transponders and communication systems went dark, seemingly voluntarily, over the South China Sea about 40 minutes after takeoff. Then, the plane diverted from its mandated flightpath, veering east towards India and the Andaman Sea. Then, it vanished from radar entirely.

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

PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon Dec 10, 2018 1:42 am

MH370 BOMBSHELL: ‘UFO’
seen near debris in Mauritius sparks ALIEN theory

A UFO was spotted off the coast of Mauritius where fragments of MH370 were found, it has been claimed, leading some to believe the events were connected

Four years have passed since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and experts have put the investigation to rest after making little progress in that time. Everyone has a theory on what happened to the flight, and some believe that aliens were directly involved. This theory was given a boost when locals of the small African island came forward and claimed they saw a UFO nearby shortly after fragments of the missing plain washed up on the beaches of Mauritius in 2016.

Official searchers for the MH370 could not draw any conclusions from the debris, but conspiracy theorists linked it to aliens.

This is because a UFO was apparently seen emerging from the waters surrounding Mauritius, in the same week that the debris was found in 2016.

Prominent UFO hunter Scott C Waring wrote on his blog: Strangely enough this is at the most secluded place on earth, far out in the ocean on a tiny island of Mauritius, east of the island of Madagascar. A UFO coming out of the ocean here has to be coming from an underwater base.

“With the UFOs here, fragments of MH370 found here and Google Earth MH370 wreck off Cape of Good Hope, somethings happening here.”

However, authorities have dismissed any extraterrestrial theory, but have closed the case following a lack of evidence.

On March 8, 2014, a Boeing 777 Malaysian Airlines flight carrying 239 vanished over the Indian Ocean without a trace, leaving the world baffled.

Four years later, experts are no closer to solving the mystery and had officially given up on the search earlier this year.

Four years have passed since MH370 went missing (Image: GETTY)

Chief Investigator Kok Soo Chon said: “We cannot determine with any certainty the reason the plane diverted from its planned route.

“The team is unable to determine the real reason for the disappearance.”

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