On March 8, 2014, pilot Zahari Ahmad Shah sent Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 into the air shortly before 00:45 local time.
This date is one of the darkest days in civil aviation: a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 was on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when the connection was lost shortly after takeoff. There were 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board, most of the passengers were Chinese citizens.
Everything was routine aboard the Boeing 777 as it prepared to leave Malaysian airspace and fly across the South China Sea to Vietnam.
Good Night Malaysia 370
Shah tells air traffic controllers as they prepare to transfer communications duties to Vietnam. Those were the last words heard by the 239 people on board Flight MH370, which mysteriously lost all radar contact shortly thereafter.
The flight disappeared without a trace, and to this day what actually happened in the air remains one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history.
During the investigation, it was determined that the aircraft may have deviated from its original course, turned back, then circled over Malaysia and made its way to the Strait of Malacca to its west. According to experts, the missing plane crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. Intensive searches west of the coast of Australia, during which 120 thousand square kilometers were combed, have not been successful so far: only a few small pieces of aircraft wreckage have been recovered. The search was finally suspended in 2017, MTI reports.
Nine years later, the mystery remains unsolved. In connection with this, he produced a three-part series of documents Netflix MH370 The Plane That Disappeared – MH370 – the missing plane –which brings together a global community of family members, scientists, and investigative journalists, all of whom continue to search for answers.
The Netflix series examines several theories about what happened that night. The first part of episode MH370 deals with the first hours and days after the plane’s disappearance, and what happened when conspiracy theories and false accusations began to circulate. In the remaining parts of the series, the mysteries surrounding the pilot will be examined, and relatives of the victims will also be heard – says Netflix.
Still looking for the MH370?
like MH370: The Plane That Disappears After investigating the third episode of the series, the answer to the question is as complex as the puzzle itself. After 16 months of fruitless searching, a large part of the plane’s wing was washed up on the coast of East Africa by waves. Experts and Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak confirmed the wreckage of MH370, but some journalists and family members question the causes revealed by the documentaries. Meanwhile, they are still looking for answers.
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