Experts convinced they finally know what happened to doomed flight MH370

Experts are confident the mystery behind MH370 has finally been solved.

A 60 Minutes investigation by Nine News in Australia that aired tonight features a panel of aviation experts working to determine what brought the plane down.

Since March 2014 the world has questioned how a Boeing 777 carrying 239 people vanished into thin air en route from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur.

Most of the wreckage has never been found but now but now experts say they finally have the answers.

Larry Vance, former senior investigator with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, told the Australian current affairs programme he was confident he knows what happened to the aircraft.



“I think the general public can take comfort in the fact that there is a growing consensus on the plane’s final moments,” he said.

The panel believe that the man in the cockpit, Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, was responsible.

They all agree the pilot “was killing himself” and took the plane to the most remote spot he could so it would “disappear”.



Boeing 777 pilot and instructor Simon Hardy said Captain Zaharie avoided detection of the plane by either Malaysian or Thai military radar by flying along the border, crossing in and out of each nation’s airspace.

Mr Hard told the programme: “As the aircraft went across Thailand and Malaysia, it runs down the border, which is wiggling underneath, meaning it’s going in and out of those two countries, which is where their jurisdictions are.


“So both of the controllers aren’t bothered about this mysterious aircraft. Cause it’s, ‘Oh, it’s gone. It’s not in our space anymore’.

“If you were commissioning me to do this operation and try and make a 777 disappear, I would do exactly the same thing.

“As far as I’m concerned, it’s very accurate flying because think it did the job and we know, as a fact, , that the military did not come and intercept the aircraft.”



John Dawson, a lawyer who represented nine families from MH370 and MH17, recently told News Corp Australia the evidence pointed squarely to one of the aircrew being responsible.

He said: “In MH370, you have the pilot flying between Malaysia and Beijing who turns back the aircraft.

"The evidence is so heavily weighted to involvement by one of the aircrew taking this aircraft down.

“That aircraft has probably de-pressurised, the people died of asphyxiation, it was premeditated murder.

"It was highly planned. The bodies have never been found.”

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