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Old 19-03-2024, 13:00   #1
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Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

It's been 10 years this March that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished.


What do you think happened after all these years?
There is still no clear story in all this.


My belief is that we can rule out any mid-air explosions or fire as this would have caused massive debris that the sea would have thrown around almost immediately and been found.



My theory is that the plane was being controlled right until the very end as there are numerous turns that the aircraft makes several hours after contact was lost.


What do you think?
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Old 19-03-2024, 14:28   #2
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Re: Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

Pilot had a funny turn?
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Old 19-03-2024, 15:05   #3
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Re: Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

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Pilot had a funny turn?



It is a possibility. Or atleast someone was in control until the very end.

Whoever it was, they knew how to fly the plane as it didnt crash in a "total breaking up" fashion.



It is as if it just glided into the ocean with not a scrape or hole in the fuselage. The thing that does not make sense is that you would expect so much wreckage to have been washed up by now.
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Old 19-03-2024, 20:30   #4
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The thing that does not make sense is that you would expect so much wreckage to have been washed up by now.
Quite a bit has turned up, but presumably most is sat at the bottom of the ocean.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/ng...s-found-so-far

FWIW I think pilot suicide is the most likely explanation.
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Re: Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

In the cockpit he could have turned a switch and then they just fell asleep.


I could have just in the dense jungle or ocean.


Nose diving at 400mph+ isn't going to leave a lot .
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Old 19-03-2024, 22:22   #6
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Re: Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

Loss of oxygen is a common theory.

It kept in contact via ACARS for many hours.
Apparently its last requests indicate a possible systems issue.

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The log-on message sent from the aircraft at 08:19:29 was "log-on request"; there are only a few reasons the SDU would transmit this request, such as a power interruption, software failure, loss of critical systems providing input to the SDU ....
Given how long it had been in flight by then, running out of fuel is the most likely reason it eventually crashed.
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Old 20-03-2024, 10:13   #7
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Re: Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

The loss of oxygen and possibility everyone just fell asleep unconcious is worrying.
Is there no detector or something to give some warning?
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Old 20-03-2024, 12:33   #8
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Re: Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

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The loss of oxygen and possibility everyone just fell asleep unconcious is worrying.
Is there no detector or something to give some warning?
Not the first time, off the top of my head there's been a Boeing 737 - Helios Flight 522, and the golfer Payne Stewart in a Learjet, so maybe if there is something they can do they've chosen not to.
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Old 20-03-2024, 13:08   #9
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Re: Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

We have C O2 monitors in schools to monitor air and when we need to ventilate the room so surely something should exist to monitor oxygen levels.
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Old 20-03-2024, 14:03   #10
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Re: Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

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What do you think happened after all these years?
There is still no clear story in all this.
There is.

I've watched several programmes that have investigated it in detail.

It was pilot suicide.

He deliberately flew between ATC zones, The initial ATC said goodbye and believed to have handed him off to the next ATC, but flew between zones and then turned off his transponder.

He then set a course for somewhere in the indian ocean. It's obviously unclear what he did with the passengers but it is thought he asphyxiated them.

It's also unclear if he continued to fly the aircraft to a controlled landing on the ocean or whether he set the autopilot on a controlled descent to a low altitude until the plane ran out of fuel and asphyxiated himself with the passengers.

They found a simulator in his house where he had done several similar flights and he had personal family issues.

He planned it so it would be a mystery and that it would never be found.

What needs to be done is to set of some AUVs in the zone where people think it most likely to be and let them search continuously. You don't need a massive support vessel and these things can run on their own for months at a time.
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Re: Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

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The loss of oxygen and possibility everyone just fell asleep unconcious is worrying.
Is there no detector or something to give some warning?
Yes, there is a warning, but the pilots have a very short time (around 10 seconds) to get their oxygen masks on before they start to black out if it's a rapid decompression. If I recall correctly, in the Helios incident the aircraft failed to pressurise at all and the oxygen taps had been turned off in error. (The aircraft then flew itself to the programmed destination, and then circled until it ran out of fuel. Worst of all there was someone in the cockpit with a working oxygen mask, probably a cabin crew member, but they were unable to save the situation)

Though that's not what happened here. As Pierre says, the transponder was turned off between national ATC boundaries, and then two direction changes were made. Whoever was flying the aircraft may have used decompression to subdue everyone else on board, but that wasn't the full story.
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Re: Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

He must have killed the passengers first as surely not everyone would have died at the same time. People would have tried to react.


I'm just suprised there hasnt been more debris found.
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Re: Ten years! Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - What do you think happened?

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The loss of oxygen and possibility everyone just fell asleep unconscious is worrying.
Is there no detector or something to give some warning?

There is, but every system can be disabled by the pilot and co-pilot flicking the relevant circuit breaker, it's a safety feature.

But can be abused.
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I'm just suprised there hasnt been more debris found.
If a controlled landing on water was made there would be little debris, as evidenced.

Plane lands on water intact and sinks, no debris, no luggage and, if flown until dry, no oil/fuel slick.

Like I said, he planned it so as not ever to be found. A complete murdering ******* in my opinion.
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The loss of oxygen and possibility everyone just fell asleep unconcious is worrying.
Is there no detector or something to give some warning?
Its scary thinking about what they went thru the last 10 mins or so.......
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