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The Hunt For Malaysia's Jet Airliner

Hunt For Malaysia's Jet Airliner


Exactly what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, this weekend on Saturday morning over the South China Sea? Ships and aircraft from at least six countries are looking for the Boeing 777 jumbo jet, which carried 239 passengers and crew on a flight bound for Beijing from Kaula Lumpur. Was the cause of this disappearance, Extraterrestrial?

Hunt For Malaysia's Jet Airliner

After all the Boeing 777 has one of the best safety records in aviation history. It first carried passengers in June 1995 and went 18 years without a fatal accident. Three of the 307 people aboard that flight died. Saturday's Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 239 passengers and crew would only be the second fatal incident for the aircraft type. The first was in July 2013 during the Asiana crash.

Vietnamese air force planes on Saturday spotted two large oil slicks close to where a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 went missing earlier in the day. The first sign that the aircraft carrying 239 people had crashed, followed by plane wreckage which was spotted hours later, although later deemed not related. . That makes it sound like plane crashes are normal activity for this area?

Whatever did happened, aviation experts assume that it was quick, because it left the pilots flying from Malaysia's largest city of Kuala Lumpur to Beijing absolutely no time to place a distress call.

Suggesting a possible act of terrorism or a pilot purposely crashing the jet. That may have led it into a quick, steep dive causing an abrupt breakup of the plane on the way down.

Experts warn that no matter how unlikely a scenario, it's too early to rule out any possibilities! That's why the recovery of the flight data and voice recorders and an examination of the wreckage is vital. Just a small percentage of fatal accidents happen when a plane is at cruising altitude.

According to a statistical summary of commercial jet airplane accidents done by Boeing. Last year's fatal crash of an Asiana Airlines jet in San Francisco proves that airplane crashes typically occur during takeoff and the climb away from an airport, or while coming in for a landing,.

If an honest effort is made, it could take investigators months, if not years, to determine what happened to the Boeing 777 flying from Malaysia's largest city of Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

The director of the Foundation,who was also a former safety engineer with Boeing who worked on its 777 wide-body jets. Todd Curtis said, "Pilots likely would have had time to radio for help, if there was a minor mechanical failure or a serious shutdown of both of the plane's engines. At this early stage, we're focusing on the facts that we don't know."

That's the problem, the flight lost contact somewhere over Vietnam, where there were no reports of bad weather and no sign of why the plane would vanished from radar screens almost an hour after it took off.

There are reports of two oil slicks off the coast some unrelated wreckage found. But where did Saturdays Boeing 777 flying from Malaysia go? On Saturday's for this Malaysia Airlines flight, anyway,all indications show that there were clear skies.

Our Government has been lying to us about widely witnessed UFOs everywhere around Earths Universe throughout the decades, could Aliens be responsible? After all, UFOs are a threat to our sovereignty as a nation and as a world, now a whole entire airplane has vanished into thin air.

Saturday, a Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 239 souls lost contact with air traffic control and disappeared. Known as Flight MH370, it is a B777-200 aircraft heading to Beijing, China from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Radar tracking a missing Malaysia Airlines flight indicated that it may have turned back from its scheduled route to Beijing before disappearing, and Malaysian rescue teams have expanded their search to the country's western coast, according to Malaysian military officials Sunday.

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