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What if MH370 has been hijacked by those clever enough to make it and its passengers disappear from radar and all communication?

March 13, 2014 Aviation, Headline News 1 Comment Email Email

egtmedia59Experts are clearly, currently totally mystified by the disappearance of MH370, with the world also asking, how can an aircraft like this can simply disappear?  

The Boeing 777-200 is a very modern aircraft indeed with a range of highly sophisticated communication and tracking devices, so that whatever happened except for a catastrophic failure or explosion, it would keep operating, even if the crew were not conscious or disabled in some way and could not communicate.

A nearby aircraft has reported a garbled message from MH370, but nothing after that.

Another possibility is that if the aircraft has been hijacked then it is quite possible that all those communication devices could have been disabled – the experts say no, but really who knows?

If there was a catastrophic failure or explosion, even at 35,000ft, then there would have to be some debris on the water, that is unless the aircraft was not where authorities thought it was, with the possibility of it having turned back being investigated, with searching in the wrong area being a possibility, hence the search being widened, even to include large areas of ocean to the west of Malaysia.

Even if the aircraft was hijacked or it was a case of pilot suicide and flown into the ocean, at any angle of trajectory, there would be some debris, but again perhaps the authorities are looking in the wrong area.

The two false passport holders are a concern, but bearing in mind what appears to have been rather lax checks by the authorities and the airline, perhaps that happens more often than we think?

The only current conclusion I have been able to rationally come to, in the absence of any evidence whatsoever to the contrary, and even I say it could be considered rather far-fetched, is that MH370 may have been hijacked by a militant or political force of some description, who were able to make it disappear from all communication and radar screens, to be flown somewhere, where it is sitting with its passengers, waiting for the perpetrators to begin making whatever demands they come up with.

Far-fetched? Yes.

The stuff movies are made of?  Yes.

A possibility?  Yes and while I have an active imagination, it is not beyond belief.

A Report by John Alwyn-Jones Special Correspondent.

Currently there is "1 comment" on this Article:

  1. Ken Coulter says:

    Has anyone looked to see if there are any abandoned remote USAF air fields in the Southern Philippine islands ? ….remember there have been problems in northern Sabah over the past years with bandits
    from the Southern Philippines attacking tourists in northern and western Sabah. See travel warnings.
    It would be a short flight from where the aircraft went missing to the Southern Philippines and I believe
    originally the aircraft was reported to have turned to the right before disappearing..
    Yesterday there was a report from China that mobile phones were ringing out which they say should not
    happen if the phones were underwater.
    Another question of Boeing is to know if the aircraft was highjacked could the highjackers have turned
    all the identification systems off ?
    While there is no sign of wreckage there is hope.

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