Sensational developments for doomed MH370 flightpath
There has been a sensational development into the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight which went missing in 2014
A flight engineer claims he’s used a computer program, and has discovered the doomed flight MH370 was put into a 20-minute holding pattern, prior to the Boeing 777 vanishing.
The doomed jet was en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in 2014 when it disappeared with 239 passengers on board, sparking one of the greatest aviation mysteries ever.
Engineer Richard Godfrey claims he’s been tracking the Boeing 777’s flight path using WSPRnet – which uses radio signals – and reports he’s made a major breakthrough.
According to AirlineRatings, Godfrey stated that the plane was put into a holding pattern for around 22 minutes near the coastline of Sumatra – an Indonesian island.
Godfrey says using WSPRnet he is able to track all aircrafts going back as far as 2009.
Godfrey says he will be able to trace MH370 to its final resting place by the end of this month
“What I found out, without looking for it, was that MH370 entered a race track holding pattern at around 19:12 UTC.”
“On entering the holding pattern MH370 was 150 nm [nautical miles] from the coast of Sumatra and 40 nm from the 2nd Arc.”
From the time the jet disappeared, there has been a number of theories surrounding what happened to the Boeing 777, including that pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah committed a mass murder-suicide.
Godfrey’s claims raise questions over why Shah would put the plane into a holding pattern.
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