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MH370 mystery endures as 4-year search ends

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Merc14
7 hours ago, Goddess of the Mist said:

This is what stands out to me, too - the way the plane changed course so significantly.  It's weird and doesn't really go along with the pilot being suicidal theory (like you said).  I thought the Malaysian government handled things a little strangely as well.  Not pointing to anything specifically, just certain videos I've seen and things I've read...

Can I ask what you think it goes along with, especially given that the same course cha\nge was on his, the pilot's, home computer flight simulator?  https://www.cnn.com/2016/07/28/asia/mh370-pilot-flight-simulator/index.html

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Eldorado

Some news...

"Malaysian authorities have confirmed plane debris washed up on a beach in Madagascar is 'most likely' from doomed Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

The five pieces of debris were handed over to government officials at the Malaysian Ministry of Transport's headquarters in Putrajaya in late November.

Relatives of the MH370 victims presented the debris, which was found at Sandravinany, south Madagascar, about three months earlier.

Full report: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6563611/Plane-debris-washed-beach-Madagascar-likely-came-MH370.html"

Elsewhere: https://thewest.com.au/news/aviation/malaysia-confirms-aircraft-debris-off-madagascar-is-likely-from-mh370-ng-b881066516z

 

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Earl.Of.Trumps
5 hours ago, Eldorado said:

Some news...

"Malaysian authorities have confirmed plane debris washed up on a beach in Madagascar is 'most likely' from doomed Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

The five pieces of debris were handed over to government officials at the Malaysian Ministry of Transport's headquarters in Putrajaya in late November.

Relatives of the MH370 victims presented the debris, which was found at Sandravinany, south Madagascar, about three months earlier.

Full report: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6563611/Plane-debris-washed-beach-Madagascar-likely-came-MH370.html"

Elsewhere: https://thewest.com.au/news/aviation/malaysia-confirms-aircraft-debris-off-madagascar-is-likely-from-mh370-ng-b881066516z

 

Thanks for the links, and this is interesting - "Mr Gibson said that “locals tell me there are many more pieces of debris washed up but it needs to Malaysia to offer rewards.

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MissCreativeSpirit

Didn't they just find this one a few months ago?

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StandingWaiting

Was it officially confirmed that the flight path changes were programmed into the pilots simulator? I know it was rumoured but was it officially announced? 

If so there is little mystery left. 

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