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Has the Missing Malaysian Plane Been Found?

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Malaysian Plane Been Found? What comes to your mind when we say Oceanic Flight 815? I am talking about the legendary plane of the Lost series which took off on September 22, 2004, from Sydney to Los Angeles.

And what do you think of when we say Boeing 777? If you think of the Malaysian flight MH370, it means that you have more or less information about the incident. What these two planes had in common was that they were both missing.

The passenger plane MH370, a Boeing 777-200ER model, was making one of Malaysia Airlines’ two flights to Beijing every day. Malaysia Airlines flight 370 was scheduled to depart from Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, to Beijing, the capital of China.

The flight time was planned to be 5 hours and 24 minutes.  The plane was 11 years old and had never malfunctioned before.  Everything was ordinary for the plane until March 8, 2014. When this date came, the plane disappeared and became a mystery and went down in history as one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history. So the plane disappeared before it arrived in Beijing. Strange things began to happen while the flight was continuing on its scheduled course in the Gulf of Thailand.  3 minutes after the last conversation, flight MH370 suddenly disappeared from all radar screens in both Malaysia and Vietnam. 

The flight crew consisted of 2 pilots and 10 cabin crew members who were Malaysian citizens. The captain pilot was Zahir Ahmad Shah, 53, who has been an employee of Malaysia Airlines since 1981, and the co-pilot was Fariq Abdul Hamid, 27, who has been working for the company for 7 years. The plane had 227 passengers, including 153 Chinese, 50 Malaysians, 7 Indonesians, 6 Austrians, 5 Indians, 4 French, 3 Americans, 2 Ukrainians, 2 Iranians, 2 New Zealanders, 2 Canadians, 1 Taiwanese, 1 Dutch and 1 Russian.  Some theories have been put forward, such as the capture of the crew, and the hijacking of the plane.

The plane’s last known position with certainty was at the end of the army radar’s range that it was able to scan. When the Malaysian government reported that communication with the plane was completely Decoupled, the world’s most expensive search and rescue efforts were launched. The search teams naturally concentrated primarily on the area where the plane disappeared, and for several days the Strait of Malacca, the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal were scanned in detail by international Decoys and ships. But no trace of the plane could be found. However, during the search efforts, flight MH370 was continuing to fly somewhere else. Because even though the plane was completely off the air controllers’ radars, it was continuing to automatically send signals to satellites in space. Along with the calculations from the signal, a possible crash site was determined in the Southern Indian Ocean. But despite this, nothing was found. On July 29, 2015, a group of people cleaning the beach on a small island in the east of Madagascar found an object covered with 2 meters tall mussels. When the date and serial numbers found on the part were examined, it was confirmed that it belonged to flight MH370. On top of that, 31 other parts were found, such as the engine cover and the frame of the seat back screen.  the plane carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members has not been found for 9 years despite the most expensive search efforts in aviation history conducted by numerous countries. Dec.

It left many theories behind. According to the claims, MH370 had disappeared into a black hole or had been abducted by aliens. ForbiddenKnowledge a writer writing on his website says that unusual information about the missing Malaysian plane is a part of the plane UFOs he suggested that it indicated that he may have been possessed.

Some people on social media platforms said that the plane was in Karaipler Bermuda Triangle he suggested that he got lost while passing through an area similar to the area known as. As it is known, many planes and ships have mysteriously disappeared in history in the Bermuda Triangle.

One person even posted a map of the area between north Malaysia to the west, Indonesia’s Riau Islands to the east, and Vietnam’s Con Dao island to the north on his Twitter account Decrying the new Bermuda Triangle.

Another claim is that it was seized for use in another September 1st-style attack. It was also indicated as one of the possibilities that there could be a fire or an accident on the plane that caused a lack of oxygen.

They even claimed that the plane crashed on sentinel Island, where a mysterious tribe lives away from technology. If such a thing had happened, the Lost series could have happened.

According to another claim, he was the victim of a series of experiments along with his passengers on the plane. In other words, those on the plane were knocked unconscious and taken to a secret place, and then they became the experimental material of some people. Although this is usually a very flimsy theory, it doesn’t sound at all flimsy for a plane that has been missing for 9 years. We know that thousands of people disappear in the world every year. We can’t say that people who can even think of a concept like Squid Game can’t do such experiments on people like these. Let’s just say that God knows the truth anyway, of course. By the way, the plane could also have been the victim of suicide.

The biggest theory put forward when MH370 disappeared was the claim that the pilot was bent on taking his own life and deliberately crashed the plane into the sea.

Pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah suggested that his marriage was going through a difficult process, and there were flight plans covering the south of the Indian Ocean prepared with a simulator at his home. But investigators concluded that this could not be evidence that Zaharie, who has an exemplary 16-year record, deliberately crashed the plane, and there was also no evidence of mental health problems. Zaharie’s friends and relatives, in their interviews, state that pilot Zaharie was the target of a smear campaign and would not have had the slightest murderous intent. 

Although the recording of the conversations between the pilot and the tower during the first 42 minutes of the flight was never published in its raw form, and the recordings of the US Seventh Fleet stationed in Japan were not shared with the public for a month, contrary to routine practice, as in other mysterious incidents, it indicated that something was being hidden by the governments.

The Malaysian plane will remain the greatest mystery in aviation and world history, and I think its fate will never be known. Imagine you are boarding a plane for a trip and you have no idea that this trip will be the most mysterious in history. I get goosebumps when I put myself in the passenger’s shoes.

I am most curious about their fate. I wonder what kind of project they found themselves in.

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