Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Was In Control Until The Very End

Posted: Oct 12 2014, 1:20am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 12 2014, 1:25am CDT, in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was in Control Until the Very End
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In an interview the CEO of Emirates Airlines questions everything we know so far about missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

The missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is still a mystery. Even people inside the airline business are stumped. Usually after several month of an airline incident insiders are usually getting the reports on what happened. The general public rarely takes note these details as focus of the news coverage has long moved. Not so in the case of the still missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Nobody still seems to know anything.

An interview of Emirates Airline CEO Tim Clark raised quite some attention this week. German magazine The Spiegel sat down with the airline boss to talk about MH 370.

Tim Clark is concerned that the world is treating MH 370 as an unsolved mystery at some point and moves on. His personal theory is that someone was in control the high tech Boeing 777 until the end. The fact that all tracking was disabled ls basis for his theory. Sir Tim Clark explains that not on the transponders where switched off, but also the ACARS (Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System). This system is used to monitor health stats of an airplane from the ground.

Sir Tim Clark even questions that the Flight 370 went down in the Indian Ocean because not a single debris has been found.

Read the full interview on The Spiegel.

Because there is still now sign of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 the internet is full of wild conspiracy theories. I agree with Sir Tim Clark that the reason for the disappearance of Flight 370 must be found.

The latest report (via USA Today) from the official investigation of the Australian Transportation Safety Bureau says that the MH370 airplane spiraled into the sea. The results are based on satellite communications and an unanswered ground-to-air phone call. The crash site is now believed to be in the close proximity of the 7th arc.

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