Latest theory on missing Malaysia airliner: 'Piracy'
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15 March 2014 02:12:36 WN.com - World News
It’s been a week since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared. And every day, it seems, another theory – typically voiced by an anonymous official or “expert” based on little hard information (or none) – emerges. Mechanical failure. A suicidal pilot. Sabotage. Accidental shoot-down and cover-up. A rapid loss of cabin pressure. Piracy. Reports are made, then debunked. Oil slicks; no oil slicks. Debris that might have come from the airliner; no debris. Seismic reports indicating a possible explosion; no, that was a minor earthquake. RECOMMENDED: How safe is flying? Take the aviation safety quiz It’s a human tragedy, of course, particularly for the families of the 239 people – 227... Full article on Latest theory on missing Malaysia airliner: 'Piracy'
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3.527371 05 March 2015 23:58:52 NYT > Asia Pacific
While convinced that human intervention was to blame for the plane’s vanishing a year ago, the airline’s former chief pilot said he had no reason to believe the captain, a longtime friend, would have done it.
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3.2765014 05 March 2015 22:51:17 NYT > World
While convinced that human intervention was to blame, the former chief pilot for Malaysia Airlines said he had no reason to believe the captain, a longtime friend, would have done it.
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2.7273417 25 March 2014 06:07:56 WN.com - World News
Investigators are now confident enough to say that the doomed Malaysia Airlines plane crashed into the southern...
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2.7273417 25 March 2014 05:37:20 WN.com - World News
Hishammuddin Hussein Photo: AP Investigators are now confident enough to say that the doomed Malaysia Airlines plane crashed into the southern Indian Ocean. But despite the apparent breakthrough in the baffling case, they are still no closer to determining just why and how the Boeing 777 veered drastically off course shortly after taking off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport in the early hours of March 8. The answer to that question is most likely contained within the plane's black box flight recorder, with search crews facing a race against time before its signal dies after 30 days. Searching for answers: Representatives of the relatives of the passengers on the Malaysia Airlines...
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2.7273417 20 March 2014 09:30:06 WN.com - Asia News
19 March 2014 Last updated at 01:26 GMT The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines' missing Boeing 777 has led to various theories about what happened. Krupa Padhy takes a look at some of the theories about what might have happened on board. Read more Missing Malaysia plane: 10 theories examined Share this story About sharing Email...
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2.7273417 19 March 2014 18:42:21 Latest News - UPI.com
JC Finley March. 19 (UPI) -- Experienced pilot Chris Goodfellow offers "a startlingly simple theory" about the missing Malaysia Airlines jet" that is gaining on-line attention.
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2.7273417 19 March 2014 01:15:05 WN.com - World News
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2.7273417 17 March 2014 22:40:58 WN.com - Asia News
Pilot suicide When Malaysian authorities disclosed this weekend that flight MH370 was deliberately steered off course and the equipment sending out its location disabled (or the subject of an unlikely malfunction), attention focused on the Boeing 777’s pilots. Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, the “loving and generous” father of three, reportedly travelled on the day of the flight to the court where Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was jailed on what his supporters say were trumped-up sex charges. Shah...
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2.2727847 15 March 2014 05:41:06 WN.com - Asia News
Hijackers could have been responsible for the mysterious disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet — one of the latest theories for the vanished airplane — but it’s unlikely there are any survivors, according to an airport security expert. “If this is the case, then obviously it’s an unsuccessful piracy attempt. I don’t see the airplane as landing on a remote island. The aircraft requires a runway that exists...
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2.2727847 14 March 2014 21:57:18 WN.com - World News
JOAN LOWY Associated Press= KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) â Piracy and pilot suicide are among the scenarios under study as investigators grow increasingly certain the missing Malaysian Airlines jet changed course and headed west after its last radio contact with air traffic controllers. The latest evidence suggests the plane didn't experience a catastrophic incident over the South China Sea as was initially suspected. Some experts theorize that one of the pilots, or someone else with flying experience, hijacked the plane or committed suicide by plunging the jet into the sea. A U.S. official said Friday in Washington that investigators are examining the possibility of "human intervention" in...
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