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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

    Chinese Martyrs’ Brigade
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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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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i am totally bewildered and feel so sorry for the suffering caused to all the friends and relations of the missing, due to all the different scenarios
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