"You cannot erase history" says local Orlando simulator expert
Malaysia Airlines flight 370 to Beijing been missing for days, and the whole world continues to be fascinated by the mystery of it’s disappearance. Recent information suggests clues might be found in a flight simulator discovered by officials in Malaysia Airlines flight 370 Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s home. A local business owner of a simulator and motion base design company agreed to answer questions regarding what information might be found. For over 20 years their company has designed motion bases and simulators for many Orlando theme park thrill rides as well as military training facilities around the globe
The representative agreed to this interview on the grounds that they remain anonymous to avoid the circus atmosphere that seems to surround this case.
Have you heard the reports that the pilot had a flight simulator in his house?
Representative : “Yes it isn't unusual for pilots to have something to fly at home, but they also train at a training facility as they have to log hours ” adding “therefore since they have to have so many hours of training per month (dependent on the aviation authority that they fly under), they have to log it and that log is accessible”
“They have to pass the training every month” says Representative
In your expert opinion can the flight simulator be erased to hide information?
Representative : “No, you cannot erase the history”
Recent reports on CNN state that somebody did erase information on Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah's simulator, and that the FBI is continuing to research what flight plans may or may not have been on it. Keep posted for more information and updates on this tragic disappearance.