The MH370 mystery is one of the biggest mysteries in the modern aviation history. MH370 was a scheduled international passenger flight that disappeared on 8 March 2014 during its scheduled flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. With 239 people on board, the aircraft has not been recovered, and the cause of the disappearance remains unknown. Now, some aviation experts tried to explain the mystery on the bases of their newly found clues.
The Captain Of The Flight Was The Responsible
Larry Vance, former Senior Investigator with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada spoke to Australian current affair program 60 minutes. The aviation safety expert Captain John Cox and Martin Dolan were also present in the panel. By looking at the clues they found, they concluded that the captain of the flight, Zaharie Ahmed Shah was responsible for the MH370 mystery.
He Took The Flight To A Remote Place
According to them, the pilot took the flight to the most remote place. And, he kept the flight along the border and crossed in and out. This way, he was able to avoid any detection from Malaysian or Thai Military radar.
People Died Of Asphyxiation
They said, “That aircraft has probably depressurized, the people died of asphyxiation, it was a premeditated act. It was highly planned. The bodies have never been found.”Larry Vance pursued it further and said, “As far as I’m concerned, it’s very accurate flying because think it did the job and we know, as a fact, that the military did not come and intercept the aircraft.”
Hard To Conclude
Before these explanations from the experts, it was believed that the flight ran out of the fuel. Well, it is hard to conclude what exactly happened that day. The mystery is not completely solved. A Texas-based company Ocean Infinity is exploring a 25,000 square kilometer area on the Indian Ocean to search for the missing flight. The operation will end in Mid-June. We have to wait for the further explanations.
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