MAS B-777-200 Missing

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by H Khan » Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:25 am

Looking at things from an analytical prospective I think the following:

1- Malaysian B-777 will be found and since life is full of new twist and turns the possibility of finding the aircraft at the ground is more likely than finding over sea.

2- If something catastrophic happen over the sea by now someone (fishing trawler or boats, tankers) would have found some pieces of the wreckage

3- The most mind blogging aspect is that after MH370 switched off its on board COMM and NAV systems the Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese military air defense should have gone hot and scrambled their fighters to search and locate this aircraft

4- To vanish the aircraft without any trace makes a little more sense at last known ALT 35,000 is that at this height the cell/mobile phone reception is more or less zero

5- I would search more over the northern trajectory of this ping from RR engines rather then south over Indian Ocean.

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by Ameerjan » Wed Mar 19, 2014 10:32 am

Now this plane search becomes a race against time as Black Box ticks down -Black Box will ping for only a month & Already the black box has lost a third of its battery since the plane vanished.

They at least have to get to the black box in order to understand what went wrong on flight MH370

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by smhusain_1 » Wed Mar 19, 2014 7:53 pm

Yesterday, an airline pilot on a website proposed a very simple solution. I find this possible. There was an electrical fire at or before the last known position and the pilot diverted to the nearest runway acceptable for the aircraft, which is 13000 feet available at Palau Langkawi, just north of Penang. Langkawi are a small group of islands just off the Malaysian western coast. He didn't return to Kuala Lumpur because of high ground (8000 feet) on the way.

All the crap about transponders being shut off and ACARs deliberately made unavailable was due to the chain of tasks required to fight this emergency. Since there is no report or news from there, the crew were incapacitated in the emergency and the aircraft flew on the autopilot till the fuel exhausted. It would be somewhere in the Indian Ocean, west of Malaysia.
smhusain_1 wrote:Laws can be adjusted to suit whatever is desired. Yes, in absence of any evidence, searching of the pilots homes and taking away their property, harassing families for whatever reason constitutes a serious violation of privacy and human dignity under any legal, moral or religious standard. If you apply the interpretation based on Muslim tradition, you cannot even enter a house if there is no answer, what to talk of the absence of the male head.

You are not
TAILWIND wrote:The polite word for this is 'background' check.
Moreover whatever 'facts' are known yet, lead to assume that someone on board, well familiar with the aircraft systems played a role in the initial blacking out of communication and then subsequent diversion. This means either a hijacker who coerced the pilots or either or both of the pilot themselves. Hence carrying a background check through personal belongings etc is natural.
One thing more, respect for privacy, human rights etc etc is a novel concept applied only to others. Once it comes to your own backyard, such novelties are seldom a consideration
smhusain_1 wrote:A home is a sacrosanct place. There is no evidence as yet what may have happened. This is Malaysia, and a Muslim country and privacy of individuals, their families cannot be violated in this manner.
Do Muslim countries have special consideration for privacy?

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by H Khan » Thu Mar 20, 2014 2:17 am

The crap is that this proposed aviators 'simple solution' doesn't hold ground.

If the MAS B-777 landed then why didn't the PAX and crew call someone and informed them yes we are safe...

The buzz at Boeing is that for certain that someone turned off ACAR (pulled the circuit breaker) and Transponder.

I still think that the aircraft is on the ground intack with undesirable people in charge of this plan.

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by smhusain_1 » Fri Mar 21, 2014 8:36 am

I don't think you read my message properly.
H Khan wrote:The crap is that this proposed aviators 'simple solution' doesn't hold ground.

If the MAS B-777 landed then why didn't the PAX and crew call someone and informed them yes we are safe...

The buzz at Boeing is that for certain that someone turned off ACAR (pulled the circuit breaker) and Transponder.

I still think that the aircraft is on the ground intack with undesirable people in charge of this plan.

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by altitude » Sat Mar 22, 2014 1:42 pm

Now where is that plane ... foriegn media and Australian prime minister were saying that satellite images were of missing plane... now its been 3 days ... :-k whats going on

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by H Khan » Sun Mar 23, 2014 7:15 pm

The area of concentration for the serach is over the ocean and I'm not sure why?

Again, I think the aircraft was forced to land somewhere over the land....

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by altitude » Tue Mar 25, 2014 1:23 am

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/03/24/world ... ?hpt=hp_t1
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went down in the southern Indian Ocean, Malaysian Prime Minister

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by H Khan » Tue Mar 25, 2014 3:01 am

So they came to this conclusion about the aircraft crashed into the Indian Ocean without any tangible debris?

Strange very strange way of attesting to an airliner crashed with 239 souls on board.

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by Ameerjan » Tue Mar 25, 2014 11:48 am

A very sad News.. MH370 ended up at the bottom of Indian ocean. May GOD bless all the passengers with eternal peace. :(

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by raihans » Tue Mar 25, 2014 1:20 pm

the MH370 story is getting very mysterious with lots and lots of conspiracy theories, no debris found or identified belonging to the ill fated flight, still they declared it went down in Southern Indian ocean :-k
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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by altitude » Tue Mar 25, 2014 2:05 pm

and one more thing ... there is not a single statement from Boeing :-k
Can Boeing track any plane that they manufactured???

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Re: MAS B-777-200 Missing

Post by Shaheer » Thu Aug 06, 2015 12:57 pm

CONFIRMED: DEBRIS IS FROM MH370

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says a piece of debris that washed up on an Indian Ocean island is indeed part of missing Malaysian Flight 370

But a top French prosecutor was slightly less definite when he stepped up to a podium in his country an hour later

http://edition.cnn.com/specials/asia/mh370


More mystery ....