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PostAuthor: Anthea » Tue Jan 22, 2019 10:11 pm

MH370 'crash site' jungle search team getting
close-up DRONE pictures of 'jet wreckage'


Efforts to find the wreckage of doomed Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have
dramatically been put on hold, Daily Star Online can exclusively reveal


The Boeing 777 MH370 jet has been missing for five years after vanishing over the Indian Ocean.

Despite two large-scale searches of the sea bed off the coast of western Australia, only scattered pieces of debris has been found.

Last week, Daily Star Online exclusively revealed a new search had been launched in the Cambodian jungle after a Google Maps picture appeared to show plane wreckage.

But just days into the search of the area northwest of Phnom Penh, it was dramatically called off after one of the six search members was injured.

The team of professionals were forced to return home after the incident on a dirt bike, proving the difficulties of searching the jungle.

A new team is now preparing to undertake the same mission and get drones within flight distance of the crash sight.

They are being spearheaded by aspiring pilot Daniel Boyer, who previously revealed a Google Maps image that could show the doomed jet.

He was even able to pinpoint the Malaysia Airlines logo, which he believes is visible on one of the object.

Speaking today, he told Daily Star Online: “This is a slight setback.

“The team had no way to get to the crash site, no paths, no roads, not even recollection from local guides that anything is even there.

“This means that these massive objects as long as 10 meters had no possible way to get into the jungle on roads or paths by the ground. The only possible way is from the air."

The new development comes after Daily Star Online revealed the final messages sent to the missing plane – which until now have been kept secret.

MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur and was heading to Beijing with 239 people on board.

But at 12.14am on March 8, 2014, the plane lost contact close to Phuket island in the Strait of Malacca.

Before that, Malaysian authorities believe the last words heard from the plane, from either the pilot or co-pilot, was "Good night Malaysian three seven zero".

Satellite "pings" from the aircraft suggest it continued flying for around seven hours when the fuel would have run out.

Experts have calculated the most likely crash site is around 1,000 miles west of Perth, Australia.

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 have been confirmed to be from MH370.

Several new pieces were recently revealed to have washed up in Madagascar.

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.

Earlier this week, an Indonesian fisherman claims he saw missing flight MH370 falling into the sea “like a broken kite” while insisting he recorded the exact location of the crash.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Tue Jan 22, 2019 10:15 pm

MH370 EXPOSED: Malaysia Airlines
employee's THREE 'MISTAKES' revealed


MALAYSIA Airlines Operation Centre made three shocking mistakes during the crucial moments MH370 went missing, it was revealed during an investigation

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. Minutes later, it completely disappeared from civilian radar screens during a routine handover from Malaysia to Vietnamese radio channels.

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

However, shortly after 2am, a Malaysia Airlines employee repeatedly told air traffic control that MH370 was travelling through Cambodian airspace, an inquiry showed.

Leading Australian investigation team Four Corners revealed information they had obtained exposing numerous errors during Amazon Prime’s “MH370: Lost" documentary.

The 2014 series revealed: “A Malaysia Airline employee told air traffic control that the aircraft was in Cambodian airspace at 2.03am.

“Again, at 2.15am, they said it was flying through Cambodian airspace.

“Then twenty minutes later, at 2.35am, a third time, even giving coordinates.

“Malaysia Airlines not only released misleading information, but they also did so even before trying to contact MH370.

“They did not make the first attempt until 2.39am.”

It was not until almost an hour later that Malaysia Airlines admitted this mistake to air traffic control, the investigation revealed.

The Four Corners team added: “MH370 was assumed to be in Cambodian airspace until 3.30am, when a correction was made.

“Malaysia Airlines Operations Centre informed Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control Centre the flight tracker information was based on flight projection and not reliable for aircraft positioning.

“Another two hours then passed until Kuala Lumpur activated Air Search and Rescue.”

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Sun Jan 27, 2019 8:55 pm

Pilot calls for search for 'hijacked' MH370 around Madagascar

Pilot calls for a fresh search for missing jet MH370 around Madagascar as he claims the doomed flight was hijacked before it vanished in 2014 with 239 people on board

    There's 'zero possibility' the transporter stopped working by accident
    Ex-pilot Randy Ryan said 'I don't think an amateur could have done it'
    He believes the flight either crash-landed into the sea or landed on dry land
    Mr Ryan said the culprits 'knew how to avoid detection'
A retired pilot has called for the search for missing flight MH370 to centre around Madagascar over fears it was hijacked.

Ex-US Air Force and United Airlines captain Randy Ryan believes the plane was bound in that direction before it crashed into the sea or was landed on dry land.

A mammoth search effort ensued but all that has been found of the missing jet, which disappeared on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing with 239 people on board, was bits of debris.

Mr Ryan said he thinks the transponder was deliberately shut down as there was 'zero possibility' it could have been switched off accidentally.

The former Boeing pilot told the Daily Star Online said the manoeuvre allowed the alleged culprit to fly the plane off-radar, leaving air traffic controllers wondering what had happened.

Mr Ryan said: 'I think the captain, or co-pilot, does everything normally during the pre-flight.

'They take off and climb and level off. They had properly programmed the flight computer to fly the correct course to their destination.

'Everything seems normal, but one of them – maybe both but I doubt it – now does in the other pilot and takes control of the plane.

'He makes the turn toward the west. He does this very slowly so nobody in the darkened cabin notices the turn.'

He added: 'The plane continues to fly west, maybe even to Madagascar, or maybe, if not all the way there, he turns again and lands it somewhere pre-planned.

'So far what little debris that has been found was all found on the westerly route I am suggesting it was flown.

'Yes, I know it sounds sinister and they did find a part of the wing that was damaged when, or if, it hit the water but remember where it was found (east of Madagascar).

'Again along the route I believe it was flown, and not to the southwest of Australia where they spent so much time searching.

'If anybody still has the money to search for the plane this is where I think they should search.'

Indonesian fisherman Rusli Khusmin, 42, recently claimed he and his crew members were eyewitnesses to the disaster and has handed over the co-coordinators to investigators to the spot where he said it crashed into the Sumatra sea.

He recorded the information on a GPS device and held up a map to show reporters earlier this month.
New search for missing Malaysian plane

Mr Khusmin at a news conference in Subang Jaya, near Kuala Lumpur where MH370 took off, said he remembered seeing a damaged aircraft and thick black smoke.

'I saw the plane moving from left to right like a broken kite,' he said. 'There was no noise, just black smoke as a result of fires before it crashed into the water.'

But he failed to explain why it had taken him almost five years to get in touch with the authorities with the information.

The Malaysian government halted the investigation after drawing a blank and are still at a loss as to what happened to the airplane.

Various theories have abounded with conspiracists linking both Russian leader Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to its disappearance.

Recent debris discovered on the African island believed to be 'likely' from the missing jet.

Meanwhile, a flaperon understood to be from MH370 was found on Reunion Island back in 2015, around 425 miles east of Madagascar.

Mr Ryan has admitted if investigators are right about the debris it 'pokes a pretty big hole' in his theory that it landed on land.

A recent Gendarmerie Air Transport (GAT) probe appears to back his claim that someone on board may have had knowledge of how to hack the plane's communications system.

Ghyslain Wattrelos – who lost his wife and two children on the Boeing 777-200 – said GAT was currently looking into a Malaysian national and aeronautics specialist on board.

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) took the view the plane turned west above the South China Sea around 40 minutes into its journey from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing thanks to Inmarsat satellite data.

Following the probe,investigators said it headed west across the Peninsula Malaysia before turning left again and crashing into the Indian Ocean, west of Australia, after running out of fuel while the transponder was non-operational.

The ex-pilot believes the plane initially went left but 'not convinced' it made a second and made clear his view it went to Madagascar instead.

In the wake of the suggestion the transponder stopped operating, Mr Ryan said: 'That does not happen, there's a zero possibility that happened by accident.'

He continued: 'They knew how to avoid detection. I don't think an amateur could have done it, the only way an amateur could have done anything like this is to get in to the cockpit, kill both pilots, sit down in a seat and hand fly the airplane.

'But it's a complex airplane. The amateur wouldn't know that stuff (switching off the transponder).'

An ATSB spokesman said: 'The Australian Transport Safety Bureau's (ATSB) involvement in coordinating the underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 concluded in early 2017, and the Australia Government currently has no involvement in the search for, or the investigation of, the missing aircraft.

'The ATSB has been asked to direct members of the public wishing to provide information that could lead to locating the missing aircraft.

'For the sake of the next-of-kin of those on board the aircraft and for determining a definitive cause of the loss of the aircraft and all on board, the ATSB remains hopeful that the aircraft will be located.'

A Boeing spokesman added: 'Should credible new information emerge that results in government authorities resuming the search, Boeing stands ready to provide technical support as requested by the government investigating authorities.'

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Tue Jan 29, 2019 2:18 am

It is possible to track the missing plane’s
WHOLE route says aviation expert


FLIGHT MH370’s whole route could be be tracked if just a bit more information were to be released, according to an aviation expert

The missing Malaysia Airlines jet vanished en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8 2014 carrying 239 people. Jeff Wise, the author of The Plane That Wasn’t There, said data from a satellite was used to plot concentric circles of the plane’s possible locations at various time intervals. A set of ‘pingrings’ sent from the plane to the satellite reveals the distance between the two at the time of the ‘handshakes’.

Mr Wise said that if the speed of the aircraft in the flight interval between the pingrings were known, the whole route could be tracked.

This is because the location of the plane at the first pingring is known, which, combined with the data indicating its distance from the satellite, could be used to work out its location at each of the subsequent pingrings.

The aviation expert added that he was excited about the idea of “crowdsourcing” the answer to the MH370 mystery.

Mr Wise said that a Reddit user called Globus Max realised that since a constant speed had been assumed by the authorities when working out the presumed route, it would be possible to deduce the plane’s location on them at the time of each pingring.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Jan 31, 2019 1:32 am

Scientists offer fresh hope in pinpointing location of missing plane

Scientists have discovered a new technique which could help
experts shed new light on the disappearance on flight MH370


Experts are hoping that by monitoring underwater acoustic waves, they will be able to determine where MH370 hit the ocean and whether it took an unknown flight path. The idea was first proposed by scientists at Cardiff University in 2017, who said that the acoustic waves are similar to when an object hits water. While the object makes physical ripples, it also creates ‘hydroacoustic’ waves beneath the surface.

However, since the proposal in 2017, the scientists have a much better understanding of hydroacoustic waves and now believe they can narrow down the search perimeter for MH370.

These waves are monitored by three underwater microphones called hydrophones, rub by the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organisation.

Two signals were picked up by the hydrophones on March 8, 2014, shortly after MH370 disappeared.

The first, known as HA01, was off Cape Leeuwin, Western Australia, while the second, known as HA08s, is at Diego Garcia – a British Indian Ocean territory around 1,000 kilometres south of the Maldives.

Now, scientists are calling on authorities to re-open the investigation and believe by analysing the hydroacoustic waves, the may one day conclude one of modern history’s greatest mysteries.

Usama Kadri, a lecturer of applied mathematics at Cardiff University, wrote in a think-piece for the Conversation: “In light of this research, we recommended that signals recorded at all times between 11.00pm (March 7) and 4.00am (March 8 ) UTC, at both stations HA01 and HA08s are analysed with no exception.

“And that this is done independently from other sources (such as satellite data), to minimise inclusion of uncertainties related to them.

“These recommendations have been communicated to the MH370 Safety Investigation Team in Malaysia, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, and other relevant authorities with the hope that the search will be resumed to find the missing aircraft.”

However, Prof Kadri said there is still uncertainty surrounding the signals.

He continued: “The locations of signals found using HA08s data do come with high uncertainty but still require further detailed and careful analysis.

“Unfortunately, on top of the noisy recorded signals, 25 minutes of data from HA08s is missing.”

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

Almost five years later, experts are no closer to solving the mystery and had officially given up on the search in early 2018.

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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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Jan 31, 2019 11:25 pm

Latest: Underwater soundwaves suggest doomed
flight may have disappeared via different route


A new study suggests Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 took a different route on the day it disappeared and crashed north-east of Madagascar, not south-west of Western Australia

Scientists at Cardiff University have been studying underwater sound waves recorded on the day the flight disappeared.

If the data is from the missing aircraft, it would indicate it crashed much further north than the area already covered by a lengthy and expensive search.

Flight MH370, carrying 239 people, disappeared as it made its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014.

Two hydro acoustic stations in the Indian Ocean - one off Cape Leeuwin in Western Australia and the other in north-west at Diego Garcia - have picked up acoustic-gravity waves which are being examined by the scientists.

Each of the two stations continuously record soundwaves in the oceans.

Signals from both indicate waves that could have come from a large object, such as a meteorite or an aircraft hitting the water.

Previous studies by both Cardiff University and Western Australia’s Curtin University have looked at signals from the Cape Leeuwin station between 12am and 2am UTC on March 8, 2014, when the plane is believed to have crashed based on the aircraft’s satellite data.

But, the researchers at Cardiff University were prompted to examine signals from Diego Garcia and look at a wider time frame - from 11pm on March 7, 2014 and 4am the next day - by a new understanding of how fast and far the waves travel underwater.

"We have now been able to identify two locations where the aeroplane could have impacted with the ocean, as well as an alternative route that the plane may have taken," Cardiff University's Dr Usama Kadri wrote on The Conversation.

If the signals picked up by the Diego Garcia are from the missing aircraft, it would indicate the doomed plane took a different route to the one that has been long assumed.

The new data from Diego Garcia would point to a crash site "in the northern part of the Indian Ocean," north-east of Madagascar, Dr Kadri said.

Two searches of the presumed crash site south-west of Western Australia have failed to turn up any trace of the plane.

Later, pieces of the aircraft began washing up off the coast of Africa with the latest find appearing on a beach in Madagascar.

Dr Kadri said it is possible the the sound signals from the northern hydroacoustic station were distorted by "noise" that could have been caused by a military exercise, known to have been in place around the time on that side of the Indian Ocean.

He said it is feasible that these large soundwaves may instead have come from a rocket or missile being fired, rather than a Boeing 777 crashing into the ocean.

Inexplicably, Dr Kadri said that there is 25 minutes of data missing from the Diego Garcia station, where the US has a secretive military base.

Dr Kadri is calling for further independent research of the wider time frame identified by the researchers.

He has made his recommendations to the two the Australian and Malaysian bodies who oversaw the previous searches the hope a new search will resume to find the missing aircraft.

The Cardiff research team also plans to carry out a series of field experiments to see if they can extract more information from the data picked up by the two hydroacoustic stations.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Feb 07, 2019 2:59 am

MH370 inner circle:
The experts dubbed the ‘Bletchley Park of aeronautical sleuthing’
AFTER Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing, a band of aviation experts grouped together to get to the bottom of the mystery


MH370 disappeared on March 8, 2014, and the plane with its 239 people on board have not been seen since. The Malaysian government made a statement a few weeks after the initial disappearance, claiming that they believe its location was at the bottom of the Indian Ocean. After intense pressure from the families of those on board and from the public at large, they released a 47-page “trove” of data they used to come to this conclusion.

Those investigating the case on the sidelines dived into the data and an email chain developed between a group of the top experts nationwide.

These experts included Duncan Steel in New Zealand who had a blog where interested parties flocked too and discussed data and theories in the comments.

The group also included Victor Iannello in the US, Don Thompson in the UK and Richard Godfrey in Germany.

They called themselves the ‘Independent Group’, because they were investigating MH370 outside the official channels.

Jeff Wise, author of The Plane That Wasn’t There, dubbed them the “the Bletchley Park of aeronautical sleuthing”.

He claimed that these dozen or so people could answer any relevant question quickly.

He said of the group: “No data point was too obscure, no technical definition too arcane to escape their scrutiny.

“If you found yourself wondering how a geosynchronous satellite responds to a shortage of hydrazine or how much an eclipse will affect the frequency if an OCT CXO oscillator of what a Boeing 777 flight management system does after it reaches its last entered waypoint - just type in your question, hit reply all and you’ll likely have an answer within hours.”

Every day, around a hundred emails would be sent between this group, according to Mr Wise.

After Mr Steel closed comments on his blog, the commenters flocked to Mr Wise’s blog and had a simultaneous discussion about their theories.

They would discuss the data the Malaysian government had released, which was from a satellite owned by Inmarsat, a British satellite telecommunications company.

This included the Burst Timing Offset and the Burst Frequency Offset, used in combination to track a plane for the very first time.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon Feb 11, 2019 11:08 pm

Eyewitnesses' Accounts Hint at
Malaysia Hiding the Truth About MH370


Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 vanished above the South China Sea while en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur in March 2014. As extensive search operations have so far failed to uncover the fate of the plane, a number of dedicated enthusiasts and investigators still try to find out what happened to the aircraft.

Noel O’Gara, an Irish writer and investigator who has spent years trying to discover the fate of the MH370 airliner that went missing in 2014, has alleged that the plane was accidentally shot down on the orders of the Malaysian government, which is now trying to cover up the truth, The Daily Star reports.

According to the newspaper, a key element of O’Gara’s claims is the change of course performed by the airliner after it lost contact with air traffic controls, followed by a number of eyewitnesses spotting what looked like a “plane in distress in the area between Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand”.

"Many witnesses saw the plane at that turn around phase and they reported their sightings to the police but were never heard of after that," O’Gara said.

One such witness, a Malaysian housewife named Raja Dalelah Raja Latife who was travelling aboard Saudi Arabian Airlines flight SV2058 bound from Jeddah, allegedly saw a "silvery object" in the ocean, which "looked like an aeroplane", while her airliner was passing the city of Chennai.

The woman claimed that she spotted “what looked like the tail and wing of an aircraft on the water", despite many pilots reportedly dismissing her claim because Latife's plane was apparently too high for the woman to notice anything on the surface.

"While nobody in authority believed her, she was adamant and very credible, having a son-in-law in the police who asked her to report it to the police," Noel commented on the lady’s statement. "I would think she saw it during the short window of a few hours when it floated on the sea before sinking and after setting off six pings from its antenna or beacons on the roof of the plane."

As the newspaper points out, Latife’s claims were echoed by British sailor Katherine Tee who was, at the time of the MH370 vanishing, sailing with her husband from Kochi in India to Phuket, Thailand and reportedly saw what looked like a large burning aircraft.

Several fishermen close to Banda Aceh also claimed that they saw a plane in the water, but their testimonies, as well as those of Latife and Tee, were reportedly ignored by the authorities.

Noel also dismissed theories about MH370 being brought down by its own pilot who went rogue, arguing that if these claims were true, then "all this information about the turn back and dropping altitude would have been revealed immediately in launching a genuine search with all the facts from every witness".

"The most likely course was a hijacking with threats and all the subsequent evidence such as the turning back and witness sightings shows a picture of a forced landing as the fate of MH370," he surmised.

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 vanished above the South China Sea while en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur in March 2014, after making a leftward detour and flying toward the Indian Ocean, with extensive search operations launched after the plane’s disappearance yielding no results.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon Feb 11, 2019 11:12 pm

New technique INVENTED to track missing Malaysia Airlines plane

A NEW technique was invented for tracking Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 after its disappearance, using satellite technology

The plane went missing on March 8 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. In the aftermath, British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat used data such as the Burst Timing Offset (BTO) and Burst Frequency Offset (BFO) values to work out where the plane went. 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.

It was the first time BFO had ever been used to try and determine the location of a missing plane.

However, used in conjunction they could be used to plot out possible routes.

The plane disappeared from air traffic control radar first, a couple of minutes after radioing in the words “goodnight Malaysia 370”.

For a short time, the jet could be detected on military radar before it dropped off from there too.

Then, only communications with Inmarsat’s satellite 3F1, called ‘handshakes’ from which the BTO and BFO values could be extracted and used to track its path.

Jeff Wise, author of The Plane That Wasn’t There, said: “We had always assumed that the transponders and radios had gone dark shortly after ‘goodnight Malaysia 370’, but the sat-com system had remained active.

“After all, whoever took the plane never used the sat-com.

“They probably have no idea it’s intermittent handshake exchanges could be used to track the plane, since the technique hadn’t been invented yet.”

The fact that these techniques were used for the first time in the MH370 investigation would imply that the person who absconded with the plane would not have known to turn the sat-com off.

However, what they actually found was that the system was turned off and then on again.

At 6:03pm UTC, 42 minutes after the plane disappeared from air traffic control radar, satellite 3F1 tried to put through a text message, but MH370’s sat-com had not responded.

Then, 22 minutes later at 6:25pm UTC, MH370 initiated a log-on with Inmarsat.

This was strong evidence, at least, that the plane had not gone down due to an electrical issue.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Wed Feb 13, 2019 12:03 am

MH370 pilot made mysterious
phone call to aircraft engineer cousin


A month before MH370 vanished, the plane’s pilot made a “mysterious” phone call. The person who answered has now come forward

A month before Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 vanished over the Indian Ocean — less than an hour into its flight — Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah made a 45-minute phone call that has puzzled investigators for years.

It was later revealed the February 2, 2014 phone call was between the esteemed Malaysia Airlines pilot and his first cousin and aircraft engineer Zulhaimi Bin Wahidin.

Both men had worked for Malaysia Airlines for decades when 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.

Speaking to The Australian, Mr Zulhaimi insisted his cousin was innocent and lashed out at suggestions he had provided the pilot with technical information that would’ve given him the ability to hijack the aircraft.

Mr Zulhaimi was interrogated by police on numerous occasions with investigators initially being suspicious of the aircraft engineer.

“I was at police headquarters for three days. It spanned from morning to evening,” Mr Zulhaimi told the publication.

“I told them that Zaharie is a smart guy. He doesn’t need me to get all of the information.”

Investigators backed off Mr Zulhaimi after he showed them his phone records, revealing he and his cousin spoke regularly over the past 20 years.

MH370 is still missing despite years of investigations.

An official report released in July last year, following a lengthy investigation and a long-running fruitless $144.8 million search, gave no new clues about why the plane disappeared, sparking anger among relatives.

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

Mr Zulhaimi told the publication “of course” his cousin was innocent and admitted he had spent the past five years feeling “uneasy” about the pilot’s “name being tarnished”.

“They’re trying to blame him for what happened and it’s very hard for me to swallow that because he’s not that kind of a person,” he told The Australian.

Mr Zulhaimi landed on police radar almost immediately after MH370 went missing in 2014 after investigators received data the aircraft engineer had tried to call his cousin after the plane went down.

Experts also called on Mr Zulhaimi to explain the degree of his technical knowledge as part of the investigation, fuelling even more suspicion.

“He was around the neighbourhood, around my area, so he dropped by to see my kids,” Mr Zulhaimi said, recalling the last time he had seen his cousin alive.

“Just to say hello. We chitchat for a while, about half an hour or one hour.

“He was a normal, jovial guy. I didn’t anticipate that some bad thing was going to happen. It was a big shock to me as well.”

Mr Zulhaimi said the past five years has been difficult for the family as they came to terms with the pilot’s death.

“The whole family has tried to forget about it,” he said. “We just accept the fact that he’s dead by now, I think.”

PILOT PESTERED MODELS

It’s not the first time Captain Shah’s phone has been in the spotlight.

Recently it was revealed the married captain sent more than 90 online messages to twin models Lan Qi Hui and Qi Min, begging them to visit him in Kuala Lumpur.

The Sun reported how Shah plagued the young Instagram model twins, 26, with creepy messages before his plane’s mysterious disappearance four years ago.

Now Qi Min Lan has told the Gold Coast Bulletin that the police spoke to her about Zaharie after his plane went missing.

“Police know I dunno (sic) him at all. He just a social network’s fan of mine,” she said in an email to the paper.

“I have many followers in my social network he just one of them. Anyhow the pilot no disturb my life because I no reply him at all.”

His 97 Facebook messages have been revealed as psychologists claim he was “self-destructive”.

The father-of-three was co-pilot of MH370, which mysteriously vanished carrying 238 passengers and crew in March 2014.

He sent the Malaysian twin sisters sexually suggestive messages.

On one occasion he commented under a picture of Qi Min Lan in a bathrobe with the comment: “Just showered?”

He repeatedly asked the girls when they were coming to his hometown, despite being ignored.

Zaharie also used his Facebook to call Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak a “moron”.

He also slammed the government which owned the airline he flew for.

Zaharie urged his followers: “There is a rebel in each and every one of us. Let it out!”

Aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas said he should have been fired for his political rants

He told Daily Telegraph: “It should have raised serious alarm bells with the airline that you have someone flying who has such strong anti-government views.

“If a Qantas pilot did something like that, he would be spoken to and grounded.”

Four years on, experts are no closer to finding the missing Boeing 777. Here’s what we know.

Zaharie, a passionate cook and keen fisherman, Shah lived with his wife in a luxury gated community where he was said to have built his own flight simulator.

In the wake of the plane’s disappearance, rumours surfaced claiming his wife had moved out of their home.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Wed Feb 13, 2019 12:09 am

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plane was brought to controlled stop


MALAYSIA Airlines flight MH370’s remains – found in South Africa – reveal the doomed jet was brought to a controlled stop in the Indian Ocean, according to aviation experts investigating the plane’s disappearance

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. In 2016, a piece of the aircraft’s wing was discovered on the African island of Mauritius.

This find has led aviation expert to piece together the evidence and claim MH370 was brought to a controlled stop, remaining largely intact

Larry Vance is a former investigator with the Transportation Safety Board in Canada and has spent the last four years looking into the mystery.

He revealed to Australia’s “60 Minutes” investigation team how the wing, along with the rest of the plane, would have been shattered into hundreds of pieces had a high-speed crash occurred.

He said in 2018: “What would happen in that scenario is the front of the wing would be pushed in and water would fill it, forcing it to explode.

“This entire piece would not exist.

“Instead we can see the flap was down at the back and that is what caused all the erosion to the design.”

Mr Vance went on to claim the flap would not be extended downwards unless it was a deliberate attempt by the pilot to land the aircraft, in a move known as ditching.

UK aviation expert and former Boeing 777 pilot Simon Hardy agrees this theory is likely.

He added during the investigation: “I think you could do a successful ditching in an aircraft of this size in that sea and you could end up with the aircraft mostly intact.

“I think this was planned meticulously to make sure the aircraft disappeared into the sea.

“If I was going to do this, I would make sure I was there at the end to control it into the ocean."

In 2016, Australian officials confirmed that MH370 pilot Zaharie Shah had practised a route where the plane is said to have vanished using an in-flight simulator he had built at home.

A statement read: “The simulator information shows only the possibility of planning.

“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.”

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Feb 14, 2019 11:23 pm

MH370 disappearance was
100 percent MURDER-SUICIDE


A CANADIAN aviation expert and former crash investigator said he can state with 100 percent certainty that Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 crashed as an act of murder-suicide

He accused the pilot or co-pilot of intentionally stealing the plane to commit the act. The plane disappeared on March 8 2014 after it took off from Kuala Lumpur on its way to Beijing with 239 people on board. The plane has never been found, leading to a tangle of theories as to what could have happened to it.

Former investigator with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada Larry Vance called it a “criminal event”.

He said told CBC News: “It’s not an accident. This was planned and conducted, carried out by one individual who had control of the aeroplane via his job to have control of the plane.”

He claimed that the pilot or co-pilot made the decision “to take it to a remote part of the ocean and make it disappear forever”.

Mr Vance spent 18 months researching for his book MH370 Mystery Solved, but he was not part of the official investigation by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.

He teaches courses in accident investigation and uses MH370 as course material.

Mr Vance said on 60 Minutes Australia: “It would certainly be fit to call it a murder-suicide.”

He claimed that the debris found on the coast of eastern Africa indicates the plane was deliberately landed in the ocean.

After examining detailed photos of the debris, he made an assertion about two pieces of wreckage from the flap system on the right wing of the plane - the flaperon and the section of flap next to it.

Mr Vance and his team claim that marks on these parts indicate the flaps had been down when the aircraft hit the water, meaning the plane had entered at a relatively low speed.

He said: “We would call that a controlling ditching into the water.

“The only way that could happen is if someone was flying the aeroplane.

“In particular, if somebody selected the flaps to be in the extended position.”

He added: “I believe with 100 percent certainty that the aeroplane entered the water in a controlled ditching with the flaps extended.”

This theory necessarily rejects the idea that the plane was on autopilot and ran out of fuel.

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

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

He added that he believes it was Captain Shah who turned off the transponder to make the plane disappear from radar, then turned off the lights in the passenger cabin and depressurised the plane.

He said: “And that’s just one switch, he can flick one switch and the aeroplane is depressurised."

The retired investigator added that this would have rapidly made the passengers unconscious and then die from lack of oxygen.

However, not everyone agrees with Mr Vance’s theory.

Former head of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau Martin Dolan said on 60 Minutes: “The evidence is not yet sufficient to draw as firm a conclusion as you appear to have done.”

He said there were two viable theories - that someone was in control of the plane or not - and that “there’s evidence that supports both of those theories”.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Tue Feb 19, 2019 2:41 am

GHOST plane flown for HOURS co-pilot only person alive

The missing flight MH370 flew for hours as a ‘ghost plane’ with only the co-pilot alive before it crashed, an expert who investigated its disappearance has claimed
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Author Christine Negroni, who wrote ‘The Crash Detectives: Investigating the World’s Most Mysterious Air Disasters’, told Daily Star Online that the Malaysia Airlines plane may have depressurised during its flight. The Boeing 777-200 disappeared in March 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Beijing, China, but crashed on route. It is believed that all 239 people on board perished.

According to New York Times writer Ms Negroni predicts Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the plane’s captain, was using the toilet at the time.

This left co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid to undertake an attempted rescue mission.

Ms Negroni suspects Mr Hamid suffered from a bout of hypoxia, which strikes when the brain is starved of oxygen.

The effects of the condition meant his attempts to save the flight were unable to be completed, she added.

She said: "The plane starts heading south.

"Whatever that time period is, that's the period of time I believe he (Fariq) went unconscious.

"But dead is a whole other matter, because there was an incapacitation case in the US: two pilots were incapacitated, flew a ghost flight that crash-landed in Mexico.

"Some farmer comes across the aircraft, and the first officer was still alive, and that was hours later.

"She died, but she was still alive at that time. I think you can be oxygen deprived for a long time without being dead.

"The oxygen available for the passengers was about 15 minutes, so the passengers were all dead, there's no chance they were resuscitated, they were dead long before that plane hit the water."

It comes after a Canadian aviation expert and former crash investigator said the flight crashed as an act of ‘murder-suicide’.

The plane’s disappearance has seen a number of theories thrown up.

Some believe the plan was electronically hijacked while others say it could have been part of a terrorist attack or was taken down by North Korea.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Feb 21, 2019 1:25 am

MH370 SHOCK: How investigators uncovered
evidence captain tried to HIDE on home computer


Flight MH370 was crashed into the Indian Ocean after captain Zaharie Shah followed an almost identical route found wiped from the hard drive of his flight simulator at home, an investigation revealed

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. Minutes later, it completely disappeared from civilian radar screens during a routine handover from Malaysia to Vietnamese radio channels.

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

This change has left investigators to believe Mr Shah was in control of the aircraft until the end and therefore deliberately crashed it.

Australia’s 60 Minutes investigation team revealed in 2016: “A confidential analysis of Captain Shah’s home flight simulator reveals evidence the captain tried to hide by wiping his hard drive.

“A month before the doomed flight, Mr Shah plotted an almost identical route, deep into the Southern Indian Ocean.

“A simulation which clearly contemplated the jet running out of fuel.

“The route eerily mirrors the one believed to have been taken by MH370.”

After the report came to light, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau claimed it did show proof of planning, but was not valuable in the retrieval of the aircraft.

A statement read: “The simulator information shows only the possibility of planning.

“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.”

However, aviation experts do not agree.

Larry Vance is a former investigator with the Transportation Safety Board in Canada and has spent the last four years looking into the mystery.

He claims Mr Shah was in control of the jet until the final moments, bringing it to a controlled stop in the Southern Indian Ocean, after remains were found of the plane’s wing.

He said in 2018: “We can see the flap was down at the back and that is what caused all the erosion to the design.

“I think you could do a successful ditching in an aircraft of this size in that sea and you could end up with the aircraft mostly intact.

“I think this was planned meticulously to make sure the aircraft disappeared into the sea.

“If I was going to do this, I would make sure I was there at the end to control it into the ocean."

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Feb 21, 2019 1:31 am

Locals 'CONFIRM' seeing plane go
down in Cambodia with 'dragon' emblem


LOCALS in Cambodia recalled seeing a plane believed to be missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 on its descent before crashing in the jungle, according to investigator Daniel Boyer

MH370 disappeared on March 8 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing and has never been found. Mr Boyer paid for an expedition to where he believes the plane went down in Cambodia, but claims the team were unable to reach the site. He said that the location was so remote that the team, lead by Zorba Parer, would be risking their lives to pursue it further.

However, he alleged that the team spoke to local people who remembered seeing a plane come down in the area.

The amateur investigator added that a farmer described seeing a “dragon-like emblem”, similar to the red and blue logo of Malaysia Airlines.

Mr Boyer told Express.co.uk: “Due to the location of the apparent passenger plane crash, which measures up to the exact dimensions of a Boeing 777, Zorba and his team were unable to reach the altitude and dense area where the crash is at without risking dehydration and their lives.

“I did get information that locals miles away have recalled a jetliner on its descent before crashing around the same area my coordinates fall on.

“A farmer even described the tail of the jetliner as having a dragon-like emblem, like MH370's.”

Mr Boyer believes he has spotted the wreckage using satellite images on sites like Google Maps and has since paid for further images.

He compared the measurements of a Boeing 777 with what appears to be parts of a plane on the images.

He said: “There are no paths, no roads, no construction in this area and the last plane crash in Cambodia was in 2007, before satellite images of 2008 pinpointed on my coordinates show no plane crash or disturbance.

“In comparison to a Boeing 777 at an airport and the crash site, it all seems too real.

“Same colour, width and trails damaged through the trees.

“Through process of elimination and the consistent amount of evidence, this proves to be only MH370.”

The official MH370 investigation declared that the aeroplane must have landed somewhere in the Indian Ocean.

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