The Malaysia Airlines flight has still not been located causing great devastation and anxiety amongst family members of the passengers.
The team of forensics whilst going through the files of the recent Malaysia plane which went missing reveals that some of these were removed from the domestic flight stimulator. In order to check whether the plane’s crew was involved in any way in the plane’s getting lost in thin air, the home flight stimulator was investigated. Search teams are confused and amazed at the disappearance of a plane carrying 239 people which leads them to claim that it was done on purpose. On 3rd of February the files were deleted from Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s flight stimulator. The Malaysia Airlines pilot’s family is helping out research squads to uncover the location of the plane.
ABC News expert on Aviation, John Nance revealed that authorities will be evaluating the data on the stimulator in order to check whether the captain sent off any signals such as those done by the Malaysia Airlines MH370 as soon as it went missing on the radar. Along with this Malaysia Airlines officials proclaim that they are considering all sorts of possibilities while investigating the fate of the plane. Hishammuddin Hussein, the Acting Transport Minister has said that up till now the passengers, the crew and the pilot are to be considered innocent unless proven guilty. Many families who have their passengers on board on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight have been protesting angrily and have shown a lot of anxiety to cause officials to take up the matter even more urgently. At the Sama Sama Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, there was a lot of chaotic protestation and thereby the police had to intervene and break down the protest.
Lack of adequate information regarding the flight has caused these families to be extremely worried. Around 26 countries have dispatched their rescue teams to find the missing Malaysia Airline plane. The final route taken by the plane still is a mystery to all and authorities have overlooked the fact that certain Maldives Islanders saw a plane flying at lower height.
Source: ABC News
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