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MH370 pilot was in control 'until the end'

July 12, 2019 | Comment icon 38 comments

Did the pilot deliberately cause the disaster ? Image Credit: CC BY-SA 2.0 byeangel
Investigators looking in to the fate of the doomed airliner have learned more about the plane's final hours.
Exactly what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 after it took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport on March 8, 2014 still remains one of the most enduring mysteries in aviation history.

Despite extensive investigations, no conclusion explanation for its disappearance has been found.

Five years on, France is now the only country still conducting a judicial inquiry in to the disaster after Malaysian authorities gave up the search having failed to find the plane's wreckage.
The latest findings, which are based on an analysis of a "considerable amount" of Boeing flight data, suggest that the pilot of MH370 had been in control of the plane "until the end" because some of the abnormal turns made by the aircraft could only have been achieved manually.

This implies that the pilot may have doomed the plane and all of its passengers deliberately.

"There is a strong suspicion among investigators in the aviation and intelligence communities that he was clinically depressed," wrote aviation specialist William Langewiesche.

Unless the wreckage can be found however, it's a theory that will likely be difficult to prove.

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Comment icon #29 Posted by Habitat 2 years ago
Planes do not "dissolve" in sea water, just one example in what was a very condensed piece of nonsense.
Comment icon #30 Posted by Kismit 2 years ago
Thread cleaned Keep it civil and constructive please.
Comment icon #31 Posted by tazjet 2 years ago
Comment icon #32 Posted by Habitat 2 years ago
You seem not to understand, I AM NOT referring to your posts, unless you have more than one identity.
Comment icon #33 Posted by nexilb 2 years ago
(.....................) (subject is not about what really happened, or where the aircraft really is located)   JAL 1628 Flight (UFO ASSISTED FLIGHT PATH) .......... November 17, 1986 ............. "28" Years to Flight 370 (Portal, two Points, Entry Point and Exit Point ............. Possibly between ................ UFO Flight Path Identifies the Location as where the, near, the Flaperon Was Located as Last Activity Location ..............) (approximately) S... [More]
Comment icon #34 Posted by RabidMongoose 2 years ago
The obvious red flag was the US based Chinese scientists working on advanced radar which were onboard the aircraft. Some nation has acquired state of the art US radar technology.
Comment icon #35 Posted by Piney 2 years ago
Comment icon #36 Posted by Habitat 2 years ago
I have seen a P-40 fighter plane submerged in salt water for 40 years, and the metal skin was bright and shiny like new.
Comment icon #37 Posted by nexilb 2 years ago
The Grand Canyon mid-air collision occurred on June 30, 1956, when a United Airlines Douglas DC-7 struck a Trans World Airlines Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation over the Grand Canyon National Park. All 128 on board both flights perished, making it the first commercial airline crash to result in more than 100 deaths. (found missing flaperon) (water gate scandal) Happened in history when the Federal Government needed to penetrate a particular area of industry because it exceeded its function of viability in the corporate medium ......... [More]
Comment icon #38 Posted by Habitat 2 years ago

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