An official report recently submitted by the Malaysian authorities does not clarify why the missing Malaysia flight Boeing disappeared on March 8, 2014 with 239 people on board without excluding the intervention of third parties. What happened on that fateful day?
The new report does not respond to the main uncertainties of the relatives of the disappeared as it only complies with the policy of total transparency of the new Government of Malaysia. The head of the investigation of missing malasian flight, Kok Soo Chon, said at a press conference in Putrajaya broadcast on Malaysian television, in which the full report was presented, that the plane changed course manually, but that they do not have proof that they let me know why.
“The change of course was not due to anomalies of the mechanical system. The change of course was made manually and not with automatic pilot, “said Kok.” We are not of the opinion that the pilot is responsible, but at the same time we can not deny that there was a change of course and that The system (communications) was turned off manually, intentionally or not, “said the expert.
The former general director of the Department of Civil Aviation of Malaysia also assured that they can not exclude “the participation of a third party”. Kok said that they also do not have evidence to confirm or indicate that someone controlled and piloted the plane, a Boeing 777-200er, by remote control. The report does not answer the main questions of the relatives of the disappeared and, apart from complying with the policy of total transparency of the new Government of Malaysia, only provides details to the documentation that was offered last March.
Kok went even further by stating that it is not an investigation by Malaysia, but experts from eight countries, including his own. “We have not found the fuselage. We have not found victims. How can the final report be? “The head of the investigation asked. The document presented says that it “extends previously published information and includes analysis, findings, conclusions and safety recommendations,” such as improving the effectiveness of location transmitters carried by commercial aircraft.
The investigation recognizes that the radar system failed to comply with the regulations by not having maintained a continuous record of the flight MH370 disappeared. The report also advises companies and authorities to expand the information on the psychological conditions of pilots and crew, a greater inspection in the cargo of the plane and greater control of air traffic.
The plane disappeared from the radars on March 8, 2014, about 40 minutes after taking off from Kuala Lumpur on its way to Beijing with 239 people on board, 154 of them Chinese. Researchers believe that the Boeing eventually crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. 27 pieces have been recovered at the beaches of Réunion, Mozambique, Mauritius, South Africa and Pemba Island (Zanzibar), fragments that were washed away by the currents of the Indian Ocean, which was consistent with the official hypothesis of the incident … But was it really like that? Watch the following video and leave us your comment below!