- Investigators believe the pilot, Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, had carefully planned and executed the entire event.
- Obviously, the captain put on an oxygen mask and vented the plane that left the passengers and crew unconscious.
19659002] Martin Dolan, former head of the Australia Transport Safety Bureau, denied the possibility of an act of terrorism
Often, the Malaysian Airlines Flight
Special Edition of 60 Minutes Australia, the world's best aircraft crash investigator as well as aerospace and oceanography experts gathered to analyze whether the accident was in fact an accident or a mass murder. And some of the revelations were startling.
One of the most shocking conclusions was that the pilot, Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, had carefully planned and executed the entire event. The 53-year-old captain was escorted on the flight deck with an inexperienced 27-year-old copilot, Fariq Abdul Hamid. Larry Vance, a seasoned aviation researcher from Canada, said, "He killed himself, but unfortunately he killed everyone else aboard, and he did it on purpose."
Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah has apparently put on an oxygen mask and
depressurized the plane that rendered the passengers and crew unconscious. This would probably explain the absence of any attempt by the crew or passengers to communicate with someone outside.
Martin Dolan, former head of the Australia Transport Safety Bureau, who led the two-year search for the missing plane, dismissed the possibility that this could be an act of terrorism, as such acts are traditionally always pursued by terrorist groups for the deed, which was not the case this time.
For four days, the Malaysian authorities searched for the rubble between
someone purposely changed the course intentionally one hour after the start.
Another bizarre revelation, made by senior
Although rare, these cases of pilot suicide crashes are certainly not unprecedented. In 1999, the copilot of
Revenge after being charged with sexual misconduct. Also in March 2015 was Andreas Lubitz, a co-pilot of Germanwings,
his plane intentionally crashed into the French Alps and killed 149 passengers. The plane was launched from Barcelona-El Prat Airport in Spain to Düsseldorf Airport in Germany.
Debris from the plane have washed dishes since the crash in various places, the actual location of the crashed aircraft remains a mystery. The official search was stopped after two years, in January 2017. However, a private company,