MH370 search to end on May 29 after four years

MH370 search to end on May 29 after four years

A private search by a USA firm for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which went missing in 2014 in one of the world's biggest aviation mysteries, will end on Tuesday, Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke said on Wednesday. The man in charge of the Australian government's investigation has struck back, saying the "new" theory has holes of its own.

"He [the pilot] was killing himself; unfortunately, he was killing everybody else on board, and he did it deliberately", Mr Vance told 60 Minutes. "And he did it deliberately". Because, they say, Zaharie wanted it to.

"This was planned. This was deliberate", said Martin Dolan, the Chief Commissioner of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) when MH370 vanished. "Put bluntly, the MH370 "crash" is undoubtedly a crime of the unlawful killing of 238 innocent people".

Simon Hardy, a Boeing 777 instructor, said Captain Zaharie avoided detection by flying a careful course along the winding border between Malaysian and Thai air space, crossing in and out of radar cover on either side.

"What they fail to understand is that while you don an oxygen mask and prevent the worst of the hypoxia situation, you are flying an aircraft at 40,000 feet".

However the ATSB's search director, Peter Foley, on Tuesday defended the bureau's findings, insisting that investigators had explored all the advice and analysis provided. "You'll get decompression sickness too".

Mr Foley said: "Most of the people out there are speculating about a long period of de-pressurisation after the transponder went off".

"The crew donned their oxygen masks and shortly thereafter the captain became incapacitated from decompression sickness".

Christine Negroni described the conclusions as'preposterous and'absurd
Christine Negroni described the conclusions as'preposterous and'absurd

Grace Nathan, a Malaysian lawyer whose mother Anne Daisy was on the plane, said the news was not a surprise but said the government should leave the "no find, no fee" offer on the table in case a company wants to take on the search in future.

Just when things couldn't getting any murkier for the mystery of MH370, an Australian official has rejected another key theory from a group of experts.

He said this occurred "within several minutes".

"We certainly listened very carefully to what Simon had to say". And then [he does] another left turn.

Panelists said Mr Shah flew over his hometown of Penang for an "emotional goodbye" before ditching the plane in the Southern Indian Ocean.

The secret of what happened in the final moments of the ill-fated flight - and the motive behind it all - probably died with its passengers and pilot. Cause it's, 'Oh, it's gone.

The decision to engage Ocean Infinity came after Australia, China and Malaysia ended a fruitless A$200 million ($159.38 million) search across a 120,000 square-km (46,332 square miles) area in the Indian Ocean previous year, despite investigators calling for the target area to be extended 25,000 square kilometres (9653 square miles) north. The ATSB's final report said authorities were no closer to knowing the reasons for the plane's disappearance or the exact location of its wreckage.

Transport Minister Anthony Loke said Wednesday that the 90-day search deal with Ocean Infinity was due to end in April but was extended twice until May 29 following the firm's request.

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