DOZENS of conspiracy theories surfaced in the wake of MH370's disappearance. As a group of aviation experts have revealed what they believe really happened to the Malaysia Airlines plane, we give you details on other arguments... Is the MH370 mystery solved? Flight 370 disappeared on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing with 239 people on board. Just 38 minutes into the flight, MH370 lost contact with Malaysia Airlines. The first official £112.5million search launched by Australia, China and Malaysia ended in January 2017. But early 2018, Malaysia agreed to pay US firm Ocean Infinity up to £51.53million ($70million) if it found the plane within 90 days. The company have now launched one last-ditch search trip to find the missing plane's black box. They'll be sending a ship to the remote spot in the Indian Ocean where an ultrasonic pulse - which may have been from the plane's black box - was detected in 2014. What are some of the … [Read more...] about Flight MH370 theories – is the mystery about the Malaysia Airlines plane solved and what’s the latest?
If the Australian Transport Safety Bureau deliberately ignored evidence contradicting its MH370 theory it would be complicit in mass murder, a pilot has claimed. Mike Keane, a former easyJet chief pilot and Royal Air Force intelligence officer, said the ATSB should change its 'ghost flight' theory of what happened to the missing jet. Captain Keane believes MH370 was hijacked by pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah and intentionally flown outside the search area. If the Australian Transport Safety Bureau deliberately ignored evidence contradicting its MH370 (pictured) theory it would be complicit in mass murder, a pilot has claimed Mike Keane, a former easyJet chief pilot and Royal Air Force intelligence officer, said the ATSB (pictured examining MH370 debris) should change its 'ghost flight' theory of what happened to the missing jet Captain Keane's comments come after the launch of a book by Larry Vance (pictured), a Canadian air crash investigator with a similar theory on the … [Read more...] about Pilot makes bombshell MH370 claim – accusing Australian government
One year ago, officials admitted they were unable to find missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and called off the deep-water search for the aircraft, leaving the loved ones of those onboard left to guess their fate and one of the most enduring mysteries of modern times unsolved. For almost three years, in an operation costing $145m, experts scoured land and sea for the Boeing 777 and were unable to find it or the 239 people onboard. But how can a plane weighing hundreds of tons disappear, and will it ever be found? That remains to be seen. The Boeing 777 has been missing since 8 March 2014, when it embarked on a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing at 12:41am. Less than an hour later the onboard computer sent out its last transmission, showing a normal routing to Beijing. At 11:19am, a voice believed to belong to the co-pilot left the common signing off message "all right, good night". These were the final words from the cockpit heard outside the plane. Three minutes later the … [Read more...] about Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Three years after aircraft went missing, why hasn’t it been found?
Malaysia has signed a deal to pay a US seabed exploration firm up to $70 million if it finds the missing Malaysia Airlines aircraft MH370 within 90 days of embarking on a new search in the Southern Indian ocean. The disappearance of the aircraft en route from Kuala Lumpu to Beijing in March 2014 with 239 people aboard ranks among the world's greatest aviation mysteries. Australia, China and Malaysia ended a fruitless $157 million search of a 120,000 sq. km area in January last year, despite investigators urging the search to be extended to a 25,000-square-km area further to the north. Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said a Houston-based private firm, Ocean Infinity, would search for MH370 in that 25,000-sq-km priority area on a "no-cure, no-fee" basis, meaning it will only get paid if it finds the plane. The search will begin on January, 17th. Its priority is to locate the wreckage or the flight and cockpit recorders, and present credible evidence to confirm their location … [Read more...] about MH370 rescue operation to restart
Malaysia signed a deal to pay a US seabed exploration firm up to $70 million (€58 million) on Wednesday, if it is able to find the missing Malaysian Airlines aircraft MH370 in a new search area in the Southern Indian Ocean. MH370 disappeared on March 8, 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. It is one of the world's biggest aviation mysteries. Read more: MH370 search team says wreckage could be out of current search zone Australia, China and Malaysia ended an unsuccessful $157 million search of a 120,000-square-kilometer (46,300-square-mile) area in January last year, despite investigators urging the search be extended to a 25,000-square-kilometer area further to the north. Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said a Houston-based private firm, Ocean Infinity, would search for MH370 in that 25,000-square-kilometer priority area on a "no-cure, no-fee" basis, meaning it will only get paid if it finds the plane. The search is … [Read more...] about Malaysia to pay up to $70 million if US seabed exploration firm finds MH370