The world is a strange place to live in. The most random people become an integral part of our life, every person you’ve met so far have lied to your face at least once (for good or bad), you have faced rejection no matter how much of a big-shot you are, you decide to give up – but strangely you end up giving it your all. And then, there are missing aircrafts.
I still couldn’t digest the fact that a jet, vanished from radar screens shortly after it took off in Kuala Lumpur. Okay, everyone talks about it. Everyone prays for MH370. But what actually happened?
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was a scheduled international passenger flight that disappeared on 8 March 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Beijing Capital International Airport. The aircraft operating the service, a Boeing 777-200ER, last made contact with air traffic controls less than an hour after take-off. The aircraft was operated by Malaysia Airlines and was carrying 12 crew members and 227 passengers from 15 nations and regions.
And then, POOF..!! Nothing. It just vanished. The last message received from the aircraft, was from its co-pilot stating “all right, good night”. But it was NOT all right as one of the MANY communication systems (Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System – ACARS ) was turned off at 1.07am. The pilot’s message was at 1.19am. The next communication was switched off at 1.22am and the plane left the Malaysian Air Space after that. Why would he say everything’s alright when the damn communication was already cut?!?? Someone asked him to say so? It’s just mind-boggling.
I read this online
The person who transmitted the final message from the plane “all right, good night” may have been aware that one of the communication systems on the plane was shutdown, adding further weight to the possibility that the plane was hijacked.
*spine-chilling* I could just hope that the people are all safe in an undiscovered island somewhere, waiting to be found.
Pray for MH370.