So shocking! The pilot of the missing MH370 flight, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, allegedly killed himself, his crew, and his passengers by purposely switching off the oxygen supply, an aviation expert claims.
Ewan Wilson, the head of Kiwi Airlines, has made a disturbing accusation in his new book, Goodnight Malaysian 370: The Truth Behind The Loss Of Flight 370. He claims Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the pilot of the missing MH370 flight, deliberately locked his co-pilot out of the cockpit, switched off the oxygen supply in the cabin and shut down all communication links before turning the plane around and landing it on water, so the airline jet would sink in one piece with no debris.
The parents of the three Australian siblings — ages 8, 10, and 12 — who were killed in the Flight MH17 disaster have written an emotional letter to Ukraine detailing their immense pain over losing their beloved children. So sad.
Anthony Maslin and Marite Norris lost everything when flight MH17 was shot down out of the sky, allegedly by Russian rebels. Now, the distraught parents of Mo, 12, Evie, 10, and Otis Maslin, 8, are opening up about the “hell beyond hell” that they have been living every day since their three innocent “babies” were murdered, along with their grandfather, Nick Norris.
The story of Malaysian Flight MH17 is devastating, but a big move today will hopefully bring investigators closer to finding out what happened during the final moments of this tragic event. Pro-Russian rebels delivered the flight’s black box recorders to Malaysian officials on July 22, according to a report.
While the families of the almost-300 victims killed in the July 17 plane crash mourn their lost loved ones, examiners at the accident site now have more evidence to look at in hopes of finding out what REALLY happened to this plane. Read on for the details.
A train arrived in Kharkiv, a city in eastern Ukraine, July 22, carrying 282 bodies of people who died in the horrific plane crash that was shot down.
It was an incredibly sad moment when a train arrived around 10am on July 22, carrying the bodies of the innocent victims from the July 17, Malaysia Airlines plane crash.
Entire families were among the 298 victims of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17. More names and faces of the 80 children have been revealed, including 21-month-old Kaela Goes — just one of three infants aboard the doomed flight.
The tragedy of MH17 continues to unfold as more and more victims are revealed. Now, heartbreaking new pictures and information about the 80 children who were killed when MH17 was allegedly shot down out of the sky have been released. Entire families were killed in the tragedy, as multiple children were traveling on the plane with their parents.
Such a tragedy. The devastating crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 on July 17 claimed the lives of 298 people, including U.S citizen Quinn Lucas Schansman, a 19-year-old student at the International Business School in Amsterdam.
President Barack Obama confirmed during a press conference at the White House on July 18 that U.S citizen Quinn Lucas Schansman, 19, tragically passed away after Russian rebels shot down Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 on July 17.
The devastating tragedy of flight MH17 took the lives of 298 people, including 80 small children and 3 infants. Of those children, three of them were Australian siblings traveling with their grandfather. So sad.
Flight MH17 was carrying 80 children when it was allegedly shot down and destroyed by Russian rebels on Thursday, July 17. The horrific incident killed all of the plane’s passengers, including an entire Indonesian family and three Australian siblings who were on their way home, accompanied only by their grandfather. The plane’s wreckage — including body parts of the passengers — reportedly spreads over a 9 mile area.
So unbelievably tragic. Lovely flight attendants and 80 children have reportedly been on board Malaysia Flight MH17 as it was shot out of the sky over Ukraine on July 17.
298 victims perished on July 17 as Malaysia Flight MH17 crashed over Ukraine after being shot out of the sky by a missile. Gorgeous flight attendants and passengers, 80 children and nearly 100 accomplished AIDS experts have reportedly perished onboard the doomed flight.
Such a tragedy! Just four short months after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing, another Malaysia Airlines’ MH17 plane has crashed in Russia on July 17. See the heartbreaking video of the crash.
How unbelievably tragic. On July 17, Malaysia Airlines confirmed that they had lost contact with an Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur in Eastern Ukraine before it crashed between the border of Russia and Ukraine. Watch the terrifying video of the flight go down.
Just four months after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing on a trip from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, another Malaysia Airlines’ MH17 crashed in Russia on July 17, according to Russian news agency, Interfax.
295 people were reportedly killed on board the a Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, when it came crashing between the Ukraine and Russia boarder. Malaysia Airlines confirmed on July 17 that they lost contact with the flight in Eastern Ukraine.
The mystery deepens as Malaysian authorities refuse to investigate a private survey company’s findings that may be the wreckage of Flight 370. Why won’t they check it out?
Executives on Australian geophysical survey company, GeoResonance, believe they may have found Flight 370 with radiation chemistry and their own technology! However, official investigators aren’t following up on the expert claims. This is just the latest mystery in the March 8 disappearance of Flight 370.
A private company is claiming to have possibly uncovered the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in the Bay of Bengal, thousands of miles away from the current search area in the Indian Ocean. Could it be that the search for the missing plane is finally over?
An Australian land and sea exploration company called GeoResonance revealed in a statement on April 29 that it had found what it “believed to be the wreckage of a commercial airliner” in the Bay of Bengal. Search officials are skeptical that the debris is from Flight 370, but after they announced on April 28 that they were calling off a fruitless aerial sweep led by seven countries, GeoResonance could be the last hope for the families of the passengers.
Authorities revealed audio from the Flight 370 cockpit to families of the victims on April 28, but it didn’t do much to reverse their fear that this tragic mystery may never be solved. And news that the joint air search for the aircraft was being shut down only made that fear grow.
Aircrafts flew all over the Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia for over seven weeks, but the aerial search that included 600 military personnel from seven countries is now over. With so much time passing since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370’s disappearance, authorities believe it would be impossible for the plane’s debris to still be on the ocean’s surface, according to CNN. And for the families of the flight’s passengers, this is just another development unfortunately leading them to believe they may never see their loved ones again, or even know what actually happened.
US pilot Michael Hoebel reported to his hometown TV station on April 27 that he’s found Missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 — a mystery that eight nations have struggled to solve over a 52 day period.
Michael Hoebel, 60, spent hours upon hours searching satellite images from his home in Tonawanda, New York. According to his research he’s discovered an outline of the plane underneath the Indian Ocean right where search crews were looking for the missing aircraft.
After four pings believed to be from Flight 370’s black box were detected in the past week, yet another signal was acquired on April 10. And on the same day, even more revelations were made that should not only allow authorities to find out where the aircraft ended up, but how it ended up there.
For the first time in the 35-day-long search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, it feels like authorities and search parties are making progress on a daily basis. A search plane detected another possible signal from the locator beacons on the plane’s black box on April 10, and new explanations were revealed for why the plane initially went undetected after changing course, and also why it may have plummeted to a flying altitude of 5,000 feet.