Mystery Of Malaysia Airlines MH370 Disappearance

Nobody knows what happened to Malaysia Airlines MH370 Disappearances. It remains a mystery. The disappearance of the MH370 flight carrying 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 15 nations remain a mystery till date. It was scheduled flight in the early morning of 8 March 2014, depart at 00:35 local time, and arrive at 06:30 local time flying from Kuala Lumpur International Airport Malaysia to its destination Beijing Capital International Airport in China.


Fragment of MH370

Malaysia Airlines MH370 Disappearances

The MH370 flight was seen for the last time on military radar at 2.15 am, close to the south of Phuket Island in the Strait of Malacca. Before that, Malaysian authorities believe the last words that heard from the plane, from either the pilot or co-pilot, was "Good night Malaysian three seven zero". Half an hour later, the airline lost contact with the plane. It had been due to land at around 6.30 am.

Evidence from a military radar suggested the plane had suddenly changed course and revealed that the aircraft had continued flying for almost six hours after its final sighting. The multinational search effort for the missing aircraft is the largest and most expensive in aviation history. Dozens of rescue planes and ships moved their search efforts to the sea west of Malaysia. The search began in the Gulf of Thailand and the South China Sea, where the aircraft's signal was last detected on secondary surveillance radar and was soon extended to the Strait of Malacca and the Andaman Sea.

On July 29, 2015, more than a year after the plane disappearance, debris was found by volunteers cleaning a beach in St Andre, Reunion, it is an island in the western Indian Ocean. A week later investigators confirmed the debris did belong to MH370, but it did not help to locate the plane as it had drifted in the water.  More than 20 bits of debris suspected or confirmed to be from MH370 have washed ashore on coastlines throughout the Indian Ocean. However, a deep-sea sonar search for the main underwater wreckage found nothing.

After the missing MH370 never revealed, some theories appeared such as Russian president Vladimir Putin was accused of being involved in the hijacking of MH370. by a US Science writer, French ex-airline director Marc Dugain accused the US military of shooting down the plane because they feared it had been hijacked, Malaysia police chief Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar suggested that the crash could have been suicide.

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