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WorldPilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean

02:50  12 july  2019
02:50  12 july  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Just 38 minutes into the flight , MH 370 lost contact with Malaysia Airlines. Investigators thought the most likely location for the jet was in the Indian Ocean after analysing information from the British satellite telecommunications company Immarsat. Likely locations for the airliner could be tracked by

He said the conclusions were based on new analysis by UK aviation investigators and satellite company "Admiral [Sam] Locklear made a very prudent and wise decision to move the equipment that Earlier in the day, Hishammuddin said the co- pilot of the flight was new to flying 777s but had

The pilot of flight MH370 which disappeared in 2014 was 'in control until the very end' it has been alleged, as evidence mounts the crash was a murder-suicide.

French investigators have been given access to a 'considerable amount' of Boeing flight data sent during the Malaysian Airlines flight prior to the crash.

This includes numerous documents and satellite data from British-based satellite telecommunications company Immarsat.

It is expected to take around 'a year' to go through all of the information received from Boeing, but preliminary investigations suggest 'someone was behind the control stick when the plane broke up in the Indian Ocean'.

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This would suggest MH 370 could have turned south as late as 3.36 – almost an hour after the Government investigators made no subsequent reference to the graphic, nor was it shared with the “It is for me rather obvious that they are scared of compensation claims that will go into the billions

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 made drastic changes in altitude and direction after disappearing from civilian radar, U.S. officials told CNN on Friday, raising questions for investigators about just who was at the controls of the commercial jetliner that went missing one week ago with 239 people on board.

Investigators based this view on data which showed that 'some abnormal turns made by the 777 can only be done manually.'

It adds to the conclusion that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was a troubled, lonely man who deliberately killed all passengers and crew on board the flight.

Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean

The disappearance of MH370, which went massively off course while heading to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur, is one of the biggest mysteries in aviation history.

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There were 239 people on board when it vanished on March 8, 2014 and it is considered one of the deadliest incidents involving a Boeing 777.

France is the only country still conducting a judicial inquiry into the crash and is looking into the deaths of three French passengers on board the plane - a woman and her two children.

Le Parisian spoke to the French investigators, who revealed they had been granted access to the Boeing data in May and were now busy working their way through it.

The investigators were told to sign a confidentiality agreement prior to the release of the data, meaning it cannot be cited in court.

Le Parisian cited a source 'close to the investigation', who believes a murder-suicide is the most plausible explanation for the crash.

The source said: 'Some abnormal turns made by the 777 can only be done manually. So someone was at the helm.

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'It is too early to state categorically. But nothing is credited that anyone else could have entered the cockpit.'

Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean

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Ghyslain Wattrelos, a Frenchman who lost his wife and two teenage children on the flight, praised the investigators saying he was 'delighted' with the work that had been carried out.

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MH 370 ’s presumed flight path is in yellow. Zaharie’s simulated suicide flight is in red. New York has obtained a confidential document from the Malaysian police Search officials believe MH 370 followed a similar route, based on signals the plane transmitted to a satellite after ceasing communications and

He told Le Parisian: 'I hope that by analyzing all the data collected at Boeing , they will discover a problem that will be obvious to them.

'For now, they provide incredible work that allows to evacuate some tracks, but is not conclusive.'

Mr Wattrelos has previously suggested that the satcom on the plane may have been hacked, meaning data could have been manipulated or deleted and the plane could have crashed far away from where recovery efforts searched.

The news comes just a month after William Langewiesche, writing in The Atlantic, claimed the pilot - Captain Shah - was behind the disappearance of the plane.

He alleged Shah incapacitated or killed his co-pilot, took control of the plane, depressurised the cabin to kill everyone on board and then steered the Boeing 777 out to sea where he either waited for it to run out of fuel, or deliberately nose-dived it into the ocean.

One radar expert also believes that Shah climbed the plane to 40,000ft as part of this scheme in order to accelerate the depressurizing effect.

What is known for certain about MH370 - obtained from radar data - is that the aircraft was flying normally along its intended flight path from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing around 1am on March 9, 2014.

Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean

At 1.01am Shah radioed to say that the plane had levelled off at 35,000ft, then repeated the transmission at 1.08am as he left Malaysian airspace.

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French investigators have said they plan to look at the satellite again amid fears it may have been His claims about the plane turning north - which he outlined as early as 2015 - come The document showed the doomed aircraft was deliberately turned off course and plunged into the Indian Ocean .

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At 1.19am the controller at Kuala Lumpur Center radioed to say goodnight as the plane neared the start of Vietnamese air-traffic jurisdiction.

Shah radioed back: 'Good night. Malaysian three-seven-zero.' He was never heard from again.

Shortly afterwards, at 1.21am, the flight dropped off secondary radar systems used by air traffic control.

Primary radar systems later revealed that, moments after the plane vanished from secondary systems, it made a sharp turn away from its intended flight path.

Experts say this turn would have to be made by hand, because it was too tight to have been executed by autopilot.

What happened from this point relies on guesswork, but Langewiesche believes the most likely scenario is that Shah either killed or incapacitated his co-pilot then seized control of the aircraft as part of an elaborate suicide bid.

Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah (pictured with meat and a cleaver) was the pilot-in-command when the plane carrying 238 other passengers and crew vanished in March 2014

In order to subdue the other passengers, Langewiesche and those he spoke to believe Shah depressurised the cabin, which would have killed everyone on board.

In July, the Malaysian government released its final report on MH370 mystery.

Lead investigator Kok Soo Chon said that the probe had confirmed the plane had turned back under manual control and that 'we cannot exclude the possibility that there was unlawful interference by a third party.'

He said: 'We can conclude that MH370 had turned back and the turn back was not because of anomalies in the mechanical system. The turn back was made not under autopilot but under manual control.'

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The largest hole in the theory is explaining why Zaharie would choose to kill hundreds of people along with himself in such an elaborate scheme - something analysts and friends admit they have no certain answer to.

But those who knew him point to his chaotic personal life and fragile emotional state as a possible explanation.

A friend said: 'Zaharie's marriage was bad. In the past, he slept with some of the flight attendants. And so what? We all do. You're flying all over the world with these beautiful girls in the back. But his wife knew.'

The man added he thought Zaharie's emotional state may have been a factor in the incident.

As well as a turbulent personal life, Shah was very active on social media, often leaving messages on the profiles on twin models, and making a number of political statements critical of the government.

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Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean
Pilot of MH370 was in control until the end, say investigators who claim doomed flight made 'abnormal' turns that could only be performed manually before crashing into Indian Ocean

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