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09-13-2018, 12:21 PM

What happened to MH-370?


Hey guys, Here is a little more info on the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight 370. If I have missed any information or gotten anything drastically wrong please let me know and I will edit accordingly.
What we know:
8/3/2014
(All times GMT+8)
00:42:00 - Malaysian Airlines flight 370, registration 9M-MRO, departs Kuala Lumpur Intl. Airport with 239 on board.
01:01:00 - Flight 370 reports that they have reached their cruising altitude of 35,000 feet (FL350)
01:06:00 - The Boeing 777's onboard ACARS system makes its final position report.
01:19:30 - Last verbal contact is made with flight 370, when Captain Shah acknowledges being handed over to Ho Chi Minh ACC.
01:20:00 - Flight 370 is expected to contact Ho Chi Minh air traffic control, but no contact is made.
01:21:13 - Flight 370 disappears from civilian radar screens. The final transponder data indicates it was still flying at its assigned altitude and travelling at 470 knots. It is still being tracked by military radar.
01:21:20 - Flight 370 is seen on military radar making a right turn, followed by a left turn to fly south-west.
01:30:37 to 01:52:35 - A civilian radar at Sultan Ismail Petra airport detects an unidentified aircraft, a total of four times. The estimated track of the aircraft is consistent with military data.
02:22:00 - Flight 370 disappears from military radar. Its last known location is 250 nautical-miles north-west of Penang Intl. Airport, at an altitude of 29,500 feet (FL295).
02:25:00 - The 777's satellite communication system sends a "log on" request. Following this, the aircraft responds to hourly status update requests.
02:39:00 and 07:13:00 - Two ground-to-aircraft phone calls are made, both of which are acknowledged by the aircraft but ignored bu the cockpit.
05:30:00 - The first search and rescue for the missing flight commences.
07:24:00 - One hour after the aircraft was due to arrive in Beijing, Malaysian Airlines makes a media statement announcing loss of contact with the flight.
08:10:00 - Flight 370 makes its final status request acknowledgment.
08:19:37 - A log-on acknowledgement is received from flight 370. This is the last data received from the flight.
15/3/2014
The search area shifts to the southern Indian Ocean, off the west coast of Australia. A robotic submarine searched the seabed for pings from the flight data recorders (FDR) until May 28.
17/3/2014
The Australian Government takes lead of the search for the missing flight. Co-ordinated by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), the search will be focused on an area of 600,000 square kilometres (230,000 square miles).
This search will continue, in varying intensities, until January 2017.
29/7/2015
The right flaperon of a Boeing 777-200ER is found on Réunion Island. On August 5, this flaperon would be confirmed to have come from 9M-MRO, making it the first conclusive wreckage found.
23/3/2016
A fragment of a Rolls-Royce engine cowling and a folding table from an aircraft cabin was found on a beach in South Africa. On May 12, these would be confirmed as having come from 9M-MRO.
17/1/2017
Australia, Malaysia and China jointly announce the suspension of the search.
17/10/2017
Malaysia receives a proposal from Ocean Infinity to continue the search for the aircraft. A few days later, they release a press statement announcing that they have accepted the offer.
23/1/2018
Ocean Infinity resumes the search for the aircraft.
Theories
There are countless theories about what happened to flight 370, I will be looking at the most plausible ones.
Pilot Suicide
From the day that the Malaysian authorities announced that the captain had flown similar flights on his home simulator, the media have been circulating the idea that the loss of flight 370 was a suicide mission. A document released by Malaysian police confirmed that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah had a built a quite in-depth simulator in his home. Officials were able to extract data from Microsoft Flight Simulator X, and each data point had information about the simulated aircrafts altitude, speed, direction and a number of key parameters.
The statement from the Malaysian Government reads:
Search officials believe MH370 followed a similar route, based on signals the plane transmitted to a satellite after ceasing communications and turning off course. The actual and the simulated flights were not identical, though, with the simulated endpoint some 900 miles from the remote patch of southern ocean area where officials believe the plane went down. Based on the data in the document, here's a map of the simulated flight compared to the route searchers believe the lost airliner followed.
However, after his disappearance, friends and family members came forward to described Zaharie as "an affable, helpful family man who enjoyed making instructional YouTube videos" - hardly the typical profile of a mass murderer.
Fire onboard
Fires onboard aircraft are not all that uncommon. Fires have been known to cause the demise of aircraft in the past, but the fact that flight 370 flew for nearly 7 hours without making a mayday call leads experts to believe that this is not the case. While fires can engulf an aircraft quickly, they rarely leave no time to contact air traffic control.
The leading fire theory speculates that "A fire, possibly electrical or from an overheated tyre on take-off, sent smoke into the cockpit shortly after the crew signed off with Malaysian air traffic controllers."
However this theory fails when one is reminded of the ping detected by satellite at 08:11:00 on the morning of March 8. According to analysis provided by the Malaysian and United States governments, the pings narrowed the location of MH370 at that moment to one of two arcs, one in Central Asia and the other in the southern Indian Ocean. As MH370 flew on its original course toward it was headed toward neither. Without human intervention it simply could not have reached the position we know it attained at 8:11 a.m
Hijacking
When an aircraft deviates thousands of miles from its intended course, of course a hijacking comes to mind. Since the 9/11 attacks though, numerous measures have been taken to ensure that would-be hijackers are denied access to the cockpit, let alone take control of the aircraft. The 777, just like every other commercial airliner, is fitted with a security door, blocking anyone except the flight crew from entering the flight deck. In an interview, a 777 captain has this to say about the cockpit door security measures:
There is a door code you can enter which only the crew know, or you can press a doorbell, which prompts the crew inside the flight deck to check the camera and monitor screen to check who is trying to access the flight deck. The door and the locking mechanism are incredibly strong, bulletproof, and once locked nobody will be able to break the door down.
Rothschild Patent Inheritance
Freescale Semiconductor, a US technology company, had 20 of its employees on board flight 370. The right to a patent of a product, recently released by the company, was shared five ways - 20% to Freescale Semiconductor, and 20% each to four of the employees on board. When the aircraft went missing, the billionaire Jacob Rothschild became the sole owner of the important patent.
Diego Garcia
Another extremely prominent theory is that flight 370 was hijacked and diverted to a United States military base on the atoll of Diego Garcia. The pilot had alleged practiced landing on a short runway in the Indian Ocean on his flight simulator. Several residents of nearby islands reported that they saw a 'low flying jumbo jet' around 06:15:00 on March 8. They said that it was a white aircraft, with red stripes across it, keeping with Malaysian Airlines livery at the time of the incident.
A resident of Kudahuvadhoo described the scene:
"I've never seen a jet flying so low over our island before. We've seen seaplanes, but I'm sure that this was not one of those. I could even make out the doors on the plane clearly."
Discovery of the flaperon on Réunion Island has renewed the speculation that flight 370 was shot down near Diego Garcia.
What now?
Following the fourth anniversary of the aircrafts disappearance, Malaysian officials have announced that there will be a press release this evening. I will update this post with any new information when it is available.




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