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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 “Bomb”

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 “Bomb”

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and its passengers were in a trench in the ocean after the pilot shot down the plane as part of a mass murder-suicide plot, a British aviation expert said.

British pilot Simon Hardy has joined the official search for the Boeing 777 that disappeared over the South China Sea on March 8, 2014 and has never been found.

In 2015, he was appointed by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau to locate the missing plane, which disappeared 39 minutes after take-off from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers and crew on board.

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and its passengers were buried in an ocean trench, according to a British aviation expert.

The Sun reported that Hardy used the world's best flight simulators to locate the plane.

Hardy told The Sun he thinks so The pilot of the plane, Zakari Ahmad Shah, had planned to kill everyone on board – And I felt one Satisfying pleasure in carrying out his suicide plan.

Zahari Ahmad Shah, Malaysia Airlines flight captain.

The FBI reached a similar conclusion amid the initial investigation.

Hardy believes Shah, 53, was aiming for just that The plane was buried in the Geelvink areaIt is a trench that extends hundreds of miles under the southern Indian Ocean.

British pilot Simon Hardy

He was never able to prove his theory before the investigation was called off in 2017, but he is convinced that the plane He ended up in an earthquake-prone area.

Based on his theory about the Malaysia Airlines flight

According to Hardy, “Even if I could [το αεροπλάνο] “If you drive there, it could be buried by rocks in a few years, so it might be encased in the sea floor.”

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His theory is based on evidence such as requests for fuel and supplemental oxygen to the cockpit, but not the cabin, before the plane took off, as well as the absence of debris and strange signals from satellites.

Hardy claims the extra fuel and oxygen would have allowed the pilot to fly the plane undetected for an additional seven hours in the middle of nowhere, with passengers and crew unconscious before the plane left.

Only a few pieces of the missing plane have been found, including part of the plane's wing that appeared on Reunion Island, about 425 miles west of Madagascar, which French experts said was in a landing position.