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MH370 Co Pilot last to speak….

“All right, good night” The final words from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight, “All right, good night“, apparently delivered in a “calm voice”  after the plane’s transmission equipment had been disabled were apparently those of the co pilot. This was revealed by the CEO of Malaysia Airlines. This followed verification of the recording. Related Posts 26 countries now in search for MH370 (March 17) Malaysia calls for help from 25 nations (March 16) MAS 370 could be in 634 places (March 16) No Dangerous Goods on MH370 (March 16) MH370 still transmitting 7 hrs later (March 16) MH 370 Map: Two…

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MH370 still transmitting 7 hrs later

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 sent its last hourly transmission to a satellite at 8:11 a.m. on 8th March, over seven hours after its last official voice transmission which occurred at 107am. The plane, it is believed, was still flying after Malaysia had first raised the alarm that it was missing. This map released by Malaysia shows two red lines representing the possible locations of the plane at 811am. Related Posts MH 370 Map: Two Possible Routes (March 15) Flying one week after MH370 (March 15) MH 370 Search Intensifies (March 9) Sun rises on a…

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MH370 tampered with

The Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak at a press conference concerning the missing MH370 plane said “There has been intense speculation. We understand the desperate need for information on behalf of the families and those watching. But we have a responsibility to the investigation and families to release the information that has been corroborated.. He said that data shows that the plane went north of the Straits of Malacca and as a result the search area was extended Northwards and then to the Andaman Sea. There is a high-degree of certainty that the aircraft’s communication system…

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