To this day, it remains one of aviation’s biggest mysteries. A regular commercial airliner that was supposed to fly from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014, mysteriously disappeared without a trace. When did they finally locate Flight 370 of Malaysia Airlines? If it did not, what are the most widely held explanations for its supposed disappearance?
A Netflix documentary called MH 370: The Plane That Disappeared explores the mysterious disappearance of a Boeing 777 carrying 227 people and 12 crew members in 2014. The plane vanished without a trace nine years ago.
The streaming giant spoke with aviation journalists and online detectives to get their take on the incident, which is currently the subject of an international investigation.
If Flight 370 Of Malaysia Airlines Was Ever Located, What Happened?
Has Flight MH370 ever been located? Even though the main body of the plane has never been located, pieces of what are thought to be from MH370 washed up on an Australian beach in October 2020. In addition to the coasts and islands of Africa in the Indian Ocean,
pieces of the wreck have been discovered there as well. After analyzing the fragments in January 2023, British aerospace engineer Richard Godfrey concluded that they were indeed from the missing plane.
Twenty pieces of floating debris from MH370 have been found in Madagascar, four of which were found on the same stretch of Antsiraka Beach, adding weight to the theory that this new piece of debris is also from MH370.
According to Airline Ratings.com, he said that after an official analysis, authorities in Madagascar have concluded that six items “almost certainly, highly likely, or likely” came from MH370.
According to the University of Western Australia and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization’s (CSIRO) drift path modeling, “considering that MH370 (aircraft registered as 9M-MRO) ended its flight in the South Indian
Ocean, the location of this recent find is consistent with their predictions” (CSIRO). Given how unlikely it is that the part came from anywhere else, it’s likely that it came from MH370.
What Happened To Malaysian Airlines Flight 370?
When did Flight 370 disappear without a trace Malaysia Airlines? It’s likely that we’ll never have definite answers to these questions. At 12:41 a.m. local time, the plane took off from Kuala Lumpur, and roughly three minutes later,
it stopped communicating with air traffic control. In the South China Sea, the transponder was reportedly disabled by the pilot. At 1:19 a.m. Malaysian time, the last voice contact was made, and at 2:22 a.m., roughly 230 miles from Penang, it vanished.
In the Netflix show, Cyndi Hendry, an employee of the satellite imagery firm Tomnod, claims that the firm assigned her satellite imagery tasks at random.
They found nothing in the satellite pictures. All around was nothing but the inky depths of the ocean. Once you click “next,” the black scanning continues. A lot of darkness. “And then, at long last, there’s a flash of white,” she exclaimed.
The Netflix documentary presents three main hypotheses. Firstly, former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott believed that pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah intentionally crashed the plane into the Indian Ocean as a means of mass murder by suicide. (Australia led the search for the missing jet, but in 2017 called off the search after finding no trace of the plane.)
Shah wished the air traffic controllers a good night as they prepared to hand off communications with Malaysia 370 to the Vietnamese. Less than two minutes after those words, the plane was no longer detectable by radar.
A month before Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 took off, Shah simulated its possible flight path, and this evidence was discovered on his computer in 2016. The documentary series revisits this evidence. Still, this doesn’t exactly amount to a smoking gun.
Parts of Flight 370 have been confirmed to be among the marine debris found off the coast of Africa and on islands in the Indian Ocean, the first of which was found on Réunion on July 29, 2015.
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