It is maybe to early to speculate but aviation experts should now start taking into consideration the possibility of mid-air disintegration of Malaysia Airlines’ missing Flight MH370!
Door and tail pieces spotted but unverified!
Teams on a Vietnamese search plane allegedly located on Sunday possible remains of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH/MAS-370 which disappeared off southern coast of Vietnam.
Vietnamese authorities said in a statement that their surveillance plane could not get closer to the floating objects because of the darkness, but the search operations are scheduled to continue on Monday.
The debris, which were found about 80 km south-west of the island of Tho Chu, are believed to be a door and a piece of tail, said the Vietnamese Ministry of Information and Communication on its website.
However, Vietnam’s Navy lacks modern technical equipment as well as search resources and their claims are not entirely reliable. So far, they reported several times spotting various “rubbish” allegedly belonging to Flight 370 but none of the claims could be verified, fact which makes everyone think that they just rather get media attention than delivering precious info.
Malaysia Airlines’ Boeing 777 plane, which was carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew, is thought to have crashed on early morning of Saturday at 2:40 a.m. local time (6:40 p.m. GMT) off the coast of Vietnam, after failing to maintain contact with air traffic controllers on the eastern coast of Malaysia.
Malaysia: Boeing 777 plane would have turned back before disappearing – Air Force
Flight radar recordings of Malaysia Airlines’ Flight MH370 showed that there might be possible that the Boeing 777 plane turned back before vanishing.
As a consequences of the new findings, Malaysian military officials said on Sunday that the rescue teams extended their search operations on the western coast of the country.
“We watched the radar recorders and we realized that there was a possibility that the aircraft be turned back,” said Rodzali Daud, head of the Malaysian Royal Air Force, in a press conference.