New technology can be activated by the pilots, government agencies, even on-board sensors; not even a tortured pilot can give up control; dedicated electrical circuits ensure the system’s total independence.
Air crash investigators probing the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines MH-370 have discovered possible new evidence of tampering with the plane’s cockpit equipment.
A report released by Australian air crash investigators has revealed that the missing Boeing 777 suffered a mysterious power outage during the early stages of its flight, which experts believe could be part of an attempt to avoid radar detection. According to the report, the plane’s satellite data unit made an unexpected “log-on” request to a satellite less than 90 minutes into its flight from the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, to the Chinese city of Beijing. The reports says the log-on request – known as a “handshake” – appears likely to have been caused by an interruption of electrical power on board the plane.
Hours after the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 hackers stole classified information from the computers of senior officials involved in the search operation. Hackers stole classified information from the computers of senior Malaysian officials involved in the hunt for missing flight MH370 and sent it to China, it has been claimed.
Changes in cloud patterns could reveal the final resting place of missing Malaysian flight MH370, according to an Australian scientist. Hydrometeorologist Aron Gingis says that MH370’s path could be revealed by analysing satellite images of clouds, as their patterns are changed by planes’ ‘contrails’ – or condensation trails – interacting with them.
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New information, fact checked by Intellihub News, may shed some light on the missing Malaysian Airlines flight which was recently reported by Malaysian officials to have ended tragically in the Indian Ocean despite the lack of physical evidence.
Pilots on a passenger plane were stunned when a “flying man” zipped past the side of their aircraft at 3,500ft. Aviation experts admitted they were baffled by the sighting of the human UFO, who has been dubbed Superman of Macclesfield. He appeared from nowhere as the Airbus 320 passed the Cheshire town while it was coming in to land at Manchester Airport. The pilot and first officer, who reported the sighting to air traffic control, thought the man was a paraglider but could not see a canopy.