What really happened to Malaysia Airline?

Malaysia Airlines flight 17. Malaysia Airlines flight 17, also called Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, flight of a passenger airliner that crashed and burned in eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014. All 298 people on board, most of whom were citizens of the Netherlands, died in the crash.

What happened to the plane that went missing?

Based on data from British commercial satellite firm Inmarsat and Britain’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch, the plane is presumed to have crashed somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean. For nearly three years, underwater search efforts were conducted some 2,500km south-west of Perth.

What were the last words of Flight 370?

Malaysia’s transport ministry released a transcript today of voice transmission from the plane’s cockpit, with the final words, “Good night Malaysian three-seven-zero.”The government had previously said the final words were “All right, good night.”

Who claims responsibility for missing Malaysia Airline Flight MH370?

^ “Obscure Group From Northwestern China, Chinese Martyrs’ Brigade, Claims Responsibility For Missing Malaysia Airline Flight MH370; Authorities Skeptical of Claim”. International Business Times. 10 March 2014. Retrieved 6 May 2014.

Was Malaysia Airlines plane’thrown around like a fighter jet’?

^ Landau, Joel (13 April 2014). “Malaysia Airlines plane may have been ‘thrown around like a fighter jet’ by a co-pilot: report”. New York Daily News. Retrieved 24 April 2014.

Is there a black hole-based theory about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

“We Asked Astronomers About CNN’s Black Hole-Based Malaysian Plane Theory”. TheWire.com. Retrieved 14 September 2014. ^ Martinez, Michael (21 March 2014). “From ‘ghostly’ to psychic, theories abound on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370”.

Did locals in Cambodia spot the Missing Malaysian plane?

However, the firm claims there was no sign of any plane, least of all the Malaysian Airlines aircraft which has been missing since March 2014. An MH370 sleuth has claimed that locals in Cambodia told him they saw a plane believed to be the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight crashing in the jungle.