What happened to Malaysia Airlines MH370? Why was no emergency call made? What do we know so...

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    What happened to Malaysia Airlines MH370? Why was no emergency call made? What do we know so far?

    At 41 minutes past midnight on Saturday morning, a Boeing 777 jet took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, destination Beijing Capital Airport. On board were 12 crew and 227 passengers, at least two of whom were travelling under assumed identities with stolen passports. The aircraft flew routinely for about two hours, heading north-north-east. It crossed the Malaysian peninsula and setting out across the South China Sea towards to the southern tip of Vietnam. Soon afterwards, contact with the aircraft was lost. No emergency calls were made. That is more or less all that the grieving families of the passengers, ...

    Probably. The sudden expansion of the search area to the Malaysian mainland and the Strait of Malacca, on the “wrong” coast, suggests that sophisticated military surveillance equipment detected more about MH370 than the civil authorities knew. While the US (or Chinese) military would not be keen to share the information for fear of revealing secrets about their surveillance activities, they appear to have given some advice from the shadows to the search teams.


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