The last words Malaysian air traffic control heard from the cockpit of Flight MH370 were “All right, good night.” Around 400 Chinese relatives of passengers on the doomed flight heard this news from Malaysian government officials in Beijing on Wednesday morning. 962 more words
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What on earth is going on?
Just when I thought that the Malaysian authorities would begin to get their act together, they seem to be going from bad to worse. 358 more words
by Iain Maciver
Having some experience of using air traffic control systems, albeit some time ago, it is difficult for me to accept the current theory advanced by experts, on Sky News particularly, that the Malaysian airliner suddenly depressurised. 695 more words
The reason why a Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 239 people disappeared on Saturday is still as mysterious as when the plane first lost radar contact. While fears of terrorism began to fade when it was revealed Tuesday that one of the infamous stolen passports was held by a 19-year-old Iranian asylum seeker with no terrorist ties, search teams now have even fewer explanations for what might have happened. 543 more words
As the tragic disappearance of Malaysia flight MH370 continues to haunt and perplex us, the world reaches for answers in an information vacuum.
There’s been a lot of chatter, especially among the aviation community, emphasising that we should avoid guessing at what might have happened; that we should reserve our judgement until more is known. 1,598 more words