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Files Deleted From Flight Simulator

Authorities investigating the disappearance of flight MH370 are analyzing data from the flight simulator pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah had in his house, but found that several files were deleted recently. "There are some deleted information, we tried to recover it," acknowledged the Minister of Defense of Malaysia, Hishamudin Husein who added that they are calling international experts to examine records of the simulator. Sources close to the investigation revealed that the program that was kept in the pilot's house had simulations of landings in Maldives, Sri Lanka, South India and at the US military base of Diego Garcia, data that were not…
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Plane Deliberately Tried to Evade Radar

The plane disappeared which disappeared 40 minutes after takeoff on March 8 with 239 people aboard descended to 5,000 feet to avoid being detected by the commercial radar. Malaysia Airline's B777-200 aircraft data analysis reveals that the plane descended 1,500 meters to disappear from the radar map, while it changed course with destination to a unknown whereabouts. Researchers suggest that this "masking" had served the aircraft to fly over the Bay of Bengal and go to the North land inside. "The person in charge of the aircraft has a solid knowledge of navigation and radar, left a clean track", said…
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Last Video Footage of Malaysia Airline Pilots

The pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah and his co-driver Fariq Amid appear in a minute video before starting the flight MH370 of Malaysia Airlines, lost from Saturday 8th of March. In the images from a security camera of the air terminal, pilots are seen passing routine controls at the airport in Kuala Lumpur. None displays an unusual attitude to be reviewed by the guard. Both are suspected of being involved in the disappearance of the Boeing 777-200 with 239 people on board. The plane made a maneuver to descend beneath 5,000 feet of altitude to avoid being detected by the commercial radar as it changed course. Researchers feel that the person in charge of the plane "has a…
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Chinese Seismologists Recorded Incident On Ocean Floor

The Chinese press reported that seismologists in Beijing detected an incident on the ocean floor about 200 kilometers northeast of the last point of contact with the missing Malaysian Airlines aircraft. The scientists pointed out that it is an area in the South China Sea where there has been previous seismic activity. The movement registered on the ocean floor could have been caused, according to Xinhua public agency, by the fall of the plane in the water. However, United States officials said that new data would lead the search for the aircraft in the Indian Ocean.
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Chinese Satellite Images Are Not the Lost Malaysian Plane

Malaysian authorities reported that Chinese satellite images allegedly showed wreckage disappeared on Saturday were wrong. Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein told reporters at a Kuala Lumpur that a Malaysian Navy aircraft had moved to where the pictures showed three objects floating but had found nothing . Hussein added that the Chinese authorities had indicated that these images had been released by mistake. The minister also denied the reports that the plane's engines traveling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing continued to send information after contact with the aircraft was lost. "The situation is unprecedented . MH370 ( the flight number of the missing…
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