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What happened to the Malaysian flight ?
Is it hijacked ?

Tags: travel, environment, malaysian
Asked by sigma, 15 Mar 03:03 pm
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If the crew had no time to broadcast a Mayday, it appears that a sudden catastrophic event happened, spells like bomb or terrorist actions - In any other type of event such as both engines failed, the airplane would have glided at least for twenty minutes from thirty-five,zero feet to sea level -',

We all know the seven hundred and seventy-seven had a flawless safety record of nearly twenty years in operations -
Except for the accident in SFO with Asiana two hundred and fourteen - which was obviously a pilot mistake -
And MAS is an outstanding airline as well former Malaysian-Singapore joint airline -

Once the airplane will be found, finding the flight recorder and the voice recorder you call black boxes will be easy since the depth of the sea in that area is only some fifty to one hundred meters -

The airplane being made by Boeing, the NTSB will be part of the investigation -

Advice -
Stop watching aviation news on TV and radio which are ninety% inaccurate -
Oprah Winfrey does ...more
Answered by Mickey, 15 Mar 05:41 pm

 
  
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Probable. No surprise if itz in places like Philippine or North Korea or Indonesia.
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 15 Mar 05:15 pm

 
  
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Black box .... which is fixed in every plane can reveal the truth only . A joint search activity of almost twelve* countries is also get failed to search it out . They criss crossed hole ocean but ...
Answered by jaya, 15 Mar 03:13 pm

 
  
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It was delibertaely crashed in to the sea by the pilots It is an act of terrorism
Since it was mid night past so one could notice it
By switching off the transponders the ycould hoodwink the satellites and radars and hence gone unnoticed
It was taken to an altitude of fortythree thousand one hundred meters and all passengers becoem unconscious due to low cabin pressure and with 8 hrs of flying fuel availabe it was commandeerd to a different region and plunged into the sea
Could be the Chinese Uigars or the pilot himelf be the mastermind

It is not going to be so easy to find this aircraft beneath 23K feet in the seas !!

The newzealnd Oil Riggers theory was not given much weighatge as there were no debris seen on the high seas-
Only God knows then !!
Answered by MagisLover, 15 Mar 03:11 pm

 
  
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Yes.. just the hijackers are not able to call for ransom because they don't have network in mobile.. technology
Answered by tragedy king, 15 Mar 03:05 pm

 
  
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Jai shri ram malyesian pm suspects so and search is going on in andaman.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 15 Mar 03:04 pm

 
  
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