Malaysian Airlines MH370 missing

"Korean 007 shot down by the Russians"

 

Silly Russians.

The tin-foilers are out with the "MH17 was actually MH370", "the corpses were rotten", "they're mint-condition passports" etc.

 

Does every single thing that happens HAVE to be a conspiracy?

The tin-foilers are out with the "MH17 was actually MH370", "the corpses were rotten", "they're mint-condition passports" etc.
Does every single thing that happens HAVE to be a conspiracy?

Obviously been watching too much Sherlock.

The tin-foilers are out with the "MH17 was actually MH370", "the corpses were rotten", "they're mint-condition passports" etc.

 

Does every single thing that happens HAVE to be a conspiracy?

According to some people I know, yes. No doubt there will be some shape shifting, reptilian alien behind all of this as well as chem-trails and the alien Illuminati not wanting us to find out how easy it is to cure cancer.

Another one missing.
Air Asia this time

Apparently not enough fuel to still be in the air. And lost contact 3.5 hours ago.

Hard to believe its possible to lose contact with a plane in this day and age. Not a particularly long flight either. Less than two hours.

A tad stormy in the area

Reports of wreckage found. TBC.

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Hard to believe its possible to lose contact with a plane in this day and age. Not a particularly long flight either. Less than two hours.

I posted similar about MH370. The question is whether the true story will come out. The MH370 story has been censored.

What the ■■■■

:frowning: It used to be considered the safest method of transport.

It probably still is but geee whiz :frowning:

Still is the safest way to travel

only thing this proves is that Malaysia should be barred from operating airlines.

fkg pathetic.

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Still is the safest way to travel

only thing this proves is that Malaysia should be barred from operating airlines.

fkg pathetic.


Are you serious? We have nfi what’s happened here, the other two were unlucky incidents.

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Still is the safest way to travel

only thing this proves is that Malaysia should be barred from operating airlines.

fkg pathetic.


Are you serious? We have nfi what’s happened here, the other two were unlucky incidents.
Wasn't there more than a suspicion they were just saving money by flying over particularly hazardous airspace?

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Still is the safest way to travel

only thing this proves is that Malaysia should be barred from operating airlines.

fkg pathetic.


Are you serious? We have nfi what’s happened here, the other two were unlucky incidents.

Unlucky? Getting shot down for flying over an area specifically warned against flying over isnt unlucky, its fkg reprehensible…

commercial plane incidents like this happen what, once or twice a decade? not three times in the space of 10 months with all three airlines involved based out of the same country.

imagine if two QANTAS and say a tiger airlines plane fell out of the sky… you wouldnt just be calling them ‘unlucky incidents’, and the reasons for the incidents would probably be irrelevant

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Still is the safest way to travel

only thing this proves is that Malaysia should be barred from operating airlines.

fkg pathetic.


Are you serious? We have nfi what’s happened here, the other two were unlucky incidents.

Unlucky? Getting shot down for flying over an area specifically warned against flying over isnt unlucky, its fkg reprehensible…

commercial plane incidents like this happen what, once or twice a decade? not three times in the space of 10 months with all three airlines involved based out of the same country.

imagine if two QANTAS and say a tiger airlines plane fell out of the sky… you wouldnt just be calling them ‘unlucky incidents’, and the reasons for the incidents would probably be irrelevant

MH17 was flying at an altitude above that which was warned about as being unsafe, and a number of other airlines had planes in the area at the time. Sure, it could have been avoided with the benefit of hindsight, but they were pretty unlucky.

As for the other two incidents, we have no idea what happened.

I’m tipping when all is done and dusted, this latest disaster with the Air Asia flight will be a case of pilot error. The A320 has been in operation for 26 years with more than 6000 planes delivered and there have only been two major incidents before this in it’s history. The first was the 2007 crash of a TAM Linhas Aereas plane in Sao Paulo in which the final report was inconclusive as to pilot error or mechanical flaw and then there was the “miracle on the Hudson” which was caused by a flock of geese being sucked into the engines. Trying to fly through or over a category 5 storm is fraught with danger.

What about the one that crashed at an air show in 1988?

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What about the one that crashed at an air show in 1988?

Thanks for bringing that up. On this occasion it was concluded that the crew had failed to take proper account of the visual and aural info available to them regarding elevation. Pilot error. Thankfully only 3 souls were lost that day from 136 people on board.

THIS PLANE will be found and its probablya freak circumstance or pilot error.

True may be found about MH370 in many years time.