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Malaysia Airlines Flight New Search Update, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

Malaysia Airlines Flight: In a renewed effort to solve the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in 2014, aerospace experts Jean-Luc Marchand and pilot Patrick Blelly have proposed a swift 10-day search. This initiative, presented before the Royal Aeronautical Society, aims to shed light on the circumstances of the missing flight, advocating for a purposeful hijacking and controlled ditching scenario in a deep ocean.

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Marchand and Blelly’s proposal suggests a purposeful hijacking and controlled ditching as an explanation for the disappearance of MH370. They pinpoint an area they deem a plausible trajectory for the missing plane, aligning with the belief that the transponder was deliberately turned off. The experts argue that the sudden change in direction was not autopilot-driven, emphasizing the need for a new search.

To execute the proposed search, the experts call upon key entities such as the Australian Transport Safety Authority, the Malaysian government, and exploration company Ocean Infinity. Ocean Infinity, known for its interest in restarting searches on a ‘no find, no fee’ basis, could leverage its unmanned sub-nautical search technology in this endeavor.

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Update

In a separate development, researchers Richard Godfrey, Dr. Hannes Coetzee, and Professor Simon Maskell propose a new search area off the Australian coast, utilizing ‘groundbreaking’ radio technology. Their findings, based on weak signal propagation reporter (WSPR) data, suggest a location approximately 1560km west of Perth. This technology, developed over three years, aligns with analyses by Boeing and drift analyses by the University of Western Australia.

Uncovering New Evidence

The disappearance of MH370 has remained one of aviation’s enduring mysteries, with theories ranging from terrorist hijacking to remote island capture. Speculations surrounding the pilot’s role, family connections, and purposeful ditching persist. However, none conclusively answer the mystery of the missing flight.

The proposed new searches offer a renewed sense of hope in uncovering the truth behind the fate of Flight MH370. The aircraft went dark, deviated from its intended path, and was never found after running out of fuel in the vast Indian Ocean. The efforts by Marchand, Blelly, Godfrey, Coetzee, and Maskell bring fresh perspectives and technologies to the table, potentially leading to a breakthrough in solving this perplexing aviation mystery.

In conclusion, the aviation community eagerly anticipates the collaboration between the proposed search initiatives and relevant authorities. As the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 continues to captivate the world, these efforts may finally provide closure to the families and answers to the questions that have lingered for nearly a decade.

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