Tag: MH370

Mystery load of 89kg on MH370 fuels stowaway hijacker theory

A team of French investigators looking into MH370 discovered a 'mysterious load of 89kg' added to the flight list fuelling theories of a hijacking of the plane. Ghyslain Wattrelos, who lost his wife and two teenage children on the Malaysia Airlines flight says the additional...

MH370 mystery solved? New report says pilot was depressed and might have deliberately crashed the plane

It has been over five years since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared, with no explanation as to what happened on board the flight, and what caused the Boeing 777-200ER to go down, killing all 239 crew and passengers. Countless multi-country searches have been fruitless, and millions...

Oxygen cylinder explosion could have downed MH370

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 may have fallen apart in the sky after a “massive explosion” of an oxygen cylinder on board, an expert has suggested. En route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing MH370 went missing on March 8, 2014 with 239 people on board. It...

Malaysia willing to re-open search for MH370 5 years after its disappearance

Kuala Lumpur—Malaysia’s Transport Minister Anthony Loke announced on March 3 that the country is “more than willing” to reopen the search for flight MH370, which disappeared almost exactly five years ago, on March 8, 2014, if there are any new leads or plans for...

MH370 link: Cambodia’s jungle ‘99% likely’ Malaysian plane’s crash site, says report

Daniel Boyer, an amateur investigator, has recently made a vital discovery about the missing Malaysian plane that crashed from nowhere about five years ago. Acording to UK news website Express.co.uk, Mr Boyer identified the Cambodian jungle is 99% most likely the crash site of Malaysia Airlines...

New debris from Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 could cause investigations to reopen

On Friday, 30 November, the Transport Minister of Malaysia, Anthony Loke Siew Fook, will be meeting with the families of the crew and passengers aboard Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, which disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014. The families will...

MH370: Still no plane at the bottom of the Indian Ocean!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=91&v=5F-w34oqqCY No news is filtering out of the Seabed Constructor. The ultra-sophisticated ship that carries satellite vehicles can scan the equivalent of 140,000 football fields (1,000 sq km) in just 24 hours. While such scrutiny has been hitherto impossible, it did not make any findings of...

MH370 wreck will be tough to recover!

The wreckage of MH370, once located, will be a tough call for salvagers. However, they Salvagers are confident debris and human remains can be recovered, AFP said. Nevertheless, searchers will carry out recovery operations even if it is in pitch-black darkness. Salvagers may also face crushing pressure...

Using IoT, MH370 would have been found by now

This is what an aerophile is saying in an article published by The Nation in Thailand. The article appeared on February 16. He said the Norwegian ship, the Seabed Constructor, should have located the missing aeroplane by now. Named Al Eberhardt, the writer says there...

MH370 skeptics fight it out on Twitter while search is yet to deliver wreckage

While the Ocean Infinity is deploying its submarines and drones in the arduous search for MH370, a debate was raging over Twitter between airline enthusiasts in Australia. The fight is ongoing between the skeptics while the search is still on and the first few days...