Saturday, March 15, 2014

Malaysia Flight 370 -- News Updates March 15, 2014

Satellite Data Shows Hijacked MH370 Was Last Seen Flying Towards Pakistan OR Indian Ocean As Malaysian PM Admits Tracking Devices Were Switched Off Before An 'Experienced' Pilot Flew It Off Course -- Daily Mail

* Officials confirmed missing plane was hijacked by one or several people
* Could have turned off communication system and steered it off-course
* Now believed plane could have flown for another seven hours
* Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak refused to confirm the reports
* Investigators working to establish motive and where plane was taken
* Reports suggest home of one of the pilots is currently being searched

Investigators say the missing Malaysia Airlines jet was hijacked, steered off-course and could have reached Pakistan.

A Malaysian government official said people with significant flying experience could have turned off the flight's communication devices.

The search operation has now been focused on two 'corridors', one which extends from north west from Thailand to the Kazakstan-Turkmenistan border and the other which opens out into the southern Indian Ocean.

The representative said that hijacking theory was now 'conclusive', and police are now believed to be searching the home of pilot, Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, in Kuala Lumpur.

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More News On The Disappearance Of Malaysia Flight 370

Diversion of MH370 airliner was a 'deliberate act', says Malaysian PM - live updates -- The Guardian
Search for flight MH370 live: China calls Malaysian confirmation of foul play 'painfully belated' -- The Telegraph
Missing Malaysia Airlines plane 'deliberately diverted' -- BBC
Lost airliner was diverted deliberately: Malaysian PM -- Reuters
Official: Malaysian investigators conclude missing airliner hijacked -- CBS/AP
Plane's disappearance deliberate, says Malaysian PM -- France 24/AFP
Malaysian PM: Someone on Plane Likely Turned Off Communications -- Voice of America
Terror in the sky: MH370 deliberately diverted by an experienced pilot -- Sydney Morning Herald
Flight MH370's disappearance 'not accidental': Malaysian PM -- Hindustan Times
Radar Suggests Jet Shifted Path More Than Once -- New York Times
Search for Malaysian Jet Becomes Criminal Inquiry -- New York Times
Malaysian jet probe sharpens focus on passengers, crew as new clues emerge -- FOX News
Malaysia Airlines probe focusing on passengers, crew -- CNN
Malaysia flight disappearance looking more like a sinister act -- Peter Ford, Christian Science Monitor
Up To Speed On Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 -- Daily Beast
Malaysia Flight 370: Amid a sea of questions, 28 of the most compelling -- CNN
The search for Flight MH370 (Interactive) -- Reuters

1 comment:

James said...

I would look at the Maldives very closely.