Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 missing!

btw ... MH370 was a Boeing 777

sure it went missing before Boeing was constantly in the news with safety and quality problems ... maybe they were just ahead of the trend
 
It was unprofessionalism from Malaysian Airlines that caused this, surely they should have been monitoring this aircraft? It won't be surprising if someone from there knows what happened but is being silenced to prevent the Government from looking bad.
 
It was unprofessionalism from Malaysian Airlines that caused this, surely they should have been monitoring this aircraft? It won't be surprising if someone from there knows what happened but is being silenced to prevent the Government from looking bad.
There was definitely incompetence from Malaysian Airlines. They don't have a good safety record either.
 
You would think the staff that track it via their software would have picked up that it was veering off course as it was apparently off course for quite a while.


How do you track something that is no longer transmitting data and the last known course was correct?

The last ADS-B position report from the aircraft was received by Flightradar24 at 17:21 UTC (1:21 AM local time), about 40 minutes after the aircraft departed Kuala Lumpur.

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After the last transmission it changed course.
 
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There was definitely incompetence from Malaysian Airlines. They don't have a good safety record either.
Hate to tell you, no one monitors aircraft that well.

Also by the looks of it pilot knew how to evade it all, so if its well planned, there isnt much you can do about it.
 

How do you track something that is no longer transmitting data and the last known course was correct?



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After the last transmission it changed course.
My guess is its pilot suicide, and you may never know when it will happen. That Germanwings pilot did so too.

And then there is air france, where the computer says stall stall stall, and yet the idiot copilot pulls back causing the plane to stall, till it was simply too late.
 
Will Malaysia Airlines also want them to actually recover the wreckage? That's another story altogether. One would think they would be able to find it with modern tech. Things have changed a lot in ten years.

I'd think the Malaysian Govt will have to pay a lot more if they find the wreckage and findings are made which paint them in a bad light.
 
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