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New data points to the crash site of the mysteriously disappeared MH370

More than an hour passed since midnight on March 8, 2014, when MH370, carrying 239 people, disappeared forever from radar screens. The traces found show that the plane crashed somewhere in the southern part of the Indian Ocean.

Since then, investigations, Various speculations and research efforts alternated. Some parts attributed to the lost planet Have been found On Reunion Island off the coast of Africa. The distance between the suspected area of ​​impact and Reunion is about 4,000 km as the bird does, but at least 2,000 km longer if the debris moves with the currents.

But the exact location at which the passenger plane, which was en route from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia to Beijing in China, disappeared, is a matter of dispute.

New information is being provided now Which depends on interruptions in radio traffic across the Indian Ocean that night. disturbances that may be affected by the aircraft. British flight engineer Richard Godfrey studied 160 radio signals, all intermittently with what he believed to be MH370.

This led Godfrey to point to an area where the Malaysian airliner might have crashed.

Here MH370 disappeared.

Photo: Victoria Ofmark

Godfrey says to Australia 60 minutes, denoted by one news siteHis theory can be tested within a few weeks of research in an area of ​​300 square kilometers of the Indian Ocean.

According to a British aviation engineer His analysis of disturbances in radio traffic shows that MH370 did not fly in a straight line but made several sharp changes in course before disappearing into the sea.

This will also show that the aircraft did not fly on autopilot but was actually steered by a person on board until the last moment in the air.

It’s still too early to say if Richard Godfrey’s analysis is correct, says Peter Foley, who was Australia’s head of transport safety searching for MH370 for the TV show.

When asked if he believed That the pilot was behind the massacre, Foley replied that there was no doubt about it:

– Yes, without a doubt. this is scary.

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