Most plane crashes happened when it is going to take off or land. The safest part is when you are in the air space.
The Boeing 777 Flight MH370 went missing early Saturday morning (March 8, 2014) en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.
There are 40 ships and 34 planes from 9 different nations helping to search for the missing Malaysian airliner. But up to now there is no lead.
The other day they found 2 oil slicks, we thought belonged to the Malaysian airline MH370 that disappeared. But unfortunately today they said the slicks are not from the plane they are looking for.
Sunday afternoon (March 9, 2014), Vietnamese researchers spotted debris they thought was a door of that plane. But today, they said they could not find it.
What happened to Malaysian aircraft:
Did it disintegrate
Is it in a sinkhole
Is it underwater
Was it abducted by aliens
Were they raptured
Did suicide bombers have something to do with it
Did it pass through a black hole into another dimension
Too many questions and no answers yet.
The plane is equipped with all kinds of technology and considered one the safest planes to fly with no record of accident for 19 years.
"We managed to establish contact with MH370 just after 1.30am and asked them if they have transferred into Vietnamese airspace.
"The voice on the other side could have been either Captain Zaharie (Ahmad Shah, 53,) or Fariq (Abdul Hamid, 27), but I was sure it was the co-pilot.
"There was a lot of interference... static... but I heard mumbling from the other end.
"That was the last time we heard from them, as we lost the connection," he told the New Sunday Times.
The pilot said he thought the lost connection of their conversations as normal as it could
happen and never thought of it until he learned that the other plane MH370 did not make a safe landing.
2012: The plane was involved in a minor collision on the ground with another aircraft and its wing was damaged.
"A portion of the wing tip, approximately a metre, was torn. It has been repaired by Boeing and we also got the clearance from them” airlines CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said.
This incident bring me back to the “Lost” show (plane crashed in an island) that I watched. I liked it because there was so many interesting, suspense things happening in the show. But I do not want to say the ending because I do not understand it.
Whatever the outcome, family and everybody would like to know what really happened to the missing plane MH370. It is hard to think that your loved ones vanish without a trace.
I am sending my words of comfort to the families and to the 239 passengers and crew on board. Where are you?