New Lead To MH370?

It was reported on Astro Awani Facebook that a police report was made in Sandakan of a supposedly MH370 plane crash site on an island in Southern Philippines. It was reported that a few hunters stumble upon a plane wreckage with Malaysian flag on it.

Where is Sugbay Island?

Map of Sugbay Island south of Philippines and East of Sabah
Map of Sugbay Island south of Philippines and East of Sabah

The police report was made in Sandakan by Jamil Omar on Friday.

According to Jalaludin, Jamil claimed his aunt Siti Kayam had stumbled upon the aircraft wreckage on Sugbay Island, Tawi-Tawi.

“Jamil claimed his aunt had entered the aircraft wreckage which had many human skeletons and bones. She also found a Malaysian flag measuring 70 inches long and 35 inches wide,” he said.- Astro Awani

Whether its really MH370 remains to be confirmed.

Read also Claim of Plane Wreckage on Sugbay Island fuels speculation

MH370 Debris Found?

In the latest development of the missing MH370 flight en route to China that went missing from radar in May 2014, debris believed to be from the aircraft was found on an island in the Indian Ocean, French Island of Reunion.

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Google map showing location of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean

The Telegraph reported that wreckage found was believed to be moving part on the wing called a flaperon, that might be from the missing Boeing 777.

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More images HERE

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A Flaperon is is a type of aircraft control surface that combines aspects of both flaps and ailerons. In addition to controlling the roll or bank of an aircraft, as do conventional ailerons, both flaperons can be lowered together to function similarly to a dedicated set of flaps. Both ailerons could also be raised, which would give spoilerons. – Wikipedia

MH370 wing

‘Weird thing on the shore’: The 6ft-long wing flap, which experts believe comes from a Boeing 777 like the Malaysian Airlines plane, was half covered in sand and had barnacles encrusted on its edges when it was found by Mr Begue and his team of beach cleaners

Read The Daily Mail HERE

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3179584/Malaysia-certain-MH370-Investigators-despatched-Indian-Ocean-island-prove-six-foot-wing-flap-belongs-Boeing-777.html#ixzz3hODrGyeB
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Xavier Tytelman‘s who tweeted about the flaperon found then was picked up and quoted by a few news portals. @WIRED  published as They must have found a peice of MH370. Read HERE.

MH370 Debris
MH370 Debris

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Read more of Xavier’s Tweet HERE and HERE. 

What does “BB670” mean?

The code will prove vital in identifying the aircraft and could help to verify the source of the debris within 24 hours. The code is believed to be a tag, or part of a tag, placed by manufacturers on parts of an aircraft to help identify it. The code could be a part number or serial number or bar code. – Telegraph

After news of the Flaperon found, another news appeared about a damaged suitcase also found.

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Beach cleaner Johnny Begue has spoken of the moment he stumbled across plane wreckage on La Reunion island, sparking speculation that it belonged to MH370. He is pictured with a shredded suitcase he also found on the beach which is also thought to have from the doomed jet

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All photos are picked up from the internet and credited to the source.

However it has still to be determined whetner the debris found came from the ill-fated MH370 or other aircraft.

Even when MH 370 wreckages had been founf it is still far from answering why the aircraft went mysteriously missing.

Read the recall on the MH370 mysterious missing.

Dailymail UK also republished the theories of the missing MH370 HERE.

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MH370 News Collected – Updating Post

This post will be updated from time to time based on new information obtained from any sources online. It will be a collectible of information about the ill-fated MH370 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing that went missing on 8th March 2014 Come back often for latest updates. This post only concentrates on the mystery of the missing plane.

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What were the 2 tonnes? Lithium batteries weighed less than 200 kg.The Star 3rd May 2014

BALIK PULAU: The lithium ion batteries are back in the centre of the MH370 controversy.

According to NNR Global Logistics (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd in Batu Maung, the batteries formed only a small part of a “consolidated” shipment weighing 2.453 tonnes.

The batteries weighed less than 200kg, a company spokesman said. He would not say what the remaining 2.253 tonnes of cargo was.

Experts Think The  Missing Malaysia Jet Recordings Were EditedThe Malaysian Insider

Voice experts believe that the audio recordings from missing Malaysia jet 370 were edited, according to Elizabeth Chuck of NBC News.

At least two different audio sources recorded the tapes, the experts concluded, and one of those recordings may have been a digital recorder held up to a speaker.

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MH370 Pencarian Diteruskan

Biarpun telah dibuat pengesahan bahawa penerbangan MH370 berakhir dan dianggap hilang di Lautan Hindi Selatan tanpa bukti kukuh melalui penemuan sisa-sasa dari pesawat tersebut, pencarian masih diteruskan.

Hari ini 26 Mac 2014 diumumkan bahawa terdapat leads baru oleh satelit dan pihak Kerajaan Malaysia telah menghantar imej satelit yang besar kemungkinan dari pesawat yang hilang itu. Ia merupakan imej sebanyak 122 objek berpotensi dari pesawat yang malang itu.

Sementara itu di media sosial masih lagi diperkatakan oleh ramai pengalanisis bahawa MH370 ada hubungkait dengan pendaratan di Pangkalan Amerika Syarikat iaitu Deigo Garcia. Russia juga mendakwa bahawa MH370 dirampas oleh Tentera Laut Anerika.

Dalam pada itu sudah ada pihak yang memulakan proses udang-undang terhadap MAS dan Boeing sementara Barat melalui media yang mereka kawal mengambil kesempatan untuk melabelkan sekali lagi Islam sebagai pengganas apabila mula menuding jari kepada juruterbang dan pembantunya. Bagi Barat apa sahaja yang dilakukan oleh orang Islam semuanya berunsur ganas.

FBI mengeluarkan kenyataan bahawa tidak ada apa-apa yang meragukan dalam Flight simulator Capt. Zaharie yang boleh disabitkan dengan kehilangan MH370. Bermakna Capt. Zaharie adalah bersih jika hendak hendak dikaitkan dengan training beliau menggunakan Flight Simulator itu. Namun adakah Barat akan berpuas hati?

Satu posting dalam Facebook yang berupa satu soalan kepada Barat dan yang sering mengaitkan Islam dengan keganasan yang pastinya mereka tidak dapat menjawabnya
Is Islam Really Terrorist

MH370 Assumed Lost But It Not Over Yet

Latest development was MH370 assumed lost in the Southern Indian Ocean, part of the world that has many options to be explored. The Indian Ocean is among the deepest in the world with wild waves ,wind and currents. The depth is deeper then the height of Mount Everest. In normal layman term we just can’t imagine how to search for a very small piece of aircraft in a vast ocean where the bottom not penetrable by light. Only special deep sea vessels has the capability to dive down and scour for the most precious Black Box that hold the answer to What Really Happen To MH370.

The tragedy opens up a new chapter in aviation history being the largest Search and Rescue set up by more than 2o nations and searching about a quarter of the earth surface.

While the SAR will still be ongoing, wind of sadness fills millions of people around the globe praying for the safe return of MH370. What more family members and friends who were on board the ill-fated aircraft. On day 17th of the search, Malaysian Prime Minister, delivered the news that nobody will want to hear. Flight MH370 had ended in the southern Indian Ocean. This conclusion was based on Inmarsat satellite data that tracked the pings of the aircraft. A Royal Commission will be set up to find what really happen to MH370.

Following the bad news search on the Northern Corridor had been called off and all concentration will be in the second corridor that is the Indian Ocean.

Read MORE updates from SAYS

Meanwhile speculations still prevail online and many are relating precious cargo on board MH370. I am not summarising what was speculated but just give you the links.

Malaysian Airlines “Suspicious Cargo” Destroyed in Massive New Mexico Explosion

Rothschild Take Down Malaysian  Airliners MH370 To Gain Right To A Semiconductor Patent – Getting Rid Those Who Stand In His Way.

Flight MH370 Is At Deigo Garcia 

Pesawat MH370 Red Flag atau False Flag

MH370- Russian Wnders How Malaysia Airlines Aircraft “Captured” By US Navy..

MH370 Whats In The Cargo Hold?

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Before this we were told that there is no dangerous cargo carried on board MH370 besides passengers luggage and was mentioned tons of mangosteen.

MAS chief executive officer Ahmad Jauhari Yahya on 21 March 2014 denied the aircraft was carrying any hazardous goods and instead highlighted the “three to four tonnes of mangosteen” on the plane.

Four days after he admitted that there are Lithium Ion small batteries. He also mentioned that they are not big batteries and they are basically approved under the ICAO (The International Civil Aviation Organisation) under dangerous goods.sed

Personal view: if the aircraft crashed why Blackbox does not transmit any pings. If it really crash in the sea/ocean why there are no debris from floating objects in the aircraft. So the aircraft might still be intact and “invisible” smewhere. My 2 cents.

Meanwhile stuff.co.nz put a headline MH370 pilot ‘not suspicious’

Stuff reports, “Forensic experts examining the home flight simulator of Malaysia Airlines pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah have found nothing suspicious, collapsing the only significant lead investigators have been pursuing to try to solve the mystery disappearance of MH370, police sources say”.

In another paragraph it mentioned;

Intensive scrutiny of Zaharie’s background has failed uncover any links to extremists groups or terrorism.

Investigations have also failed to find anything suspicious in the background of Fariq, who was due soon to marry another pilot.

Last 54 Minute communication

It was exposed by Telegraph, the last 54 minute communications between the aircraft MH370 and the control tower in the early morning of 8th March 2014, the day it went missing.

The exposed transcript was between the pilot, the control tower and other air traffic controller from 00.25 the time Boein 777-200ER take-off until her altitude reached thousands of feet above the South China Sea. The messages contained general orders fro the air control tower to the pilot and the detail communication starts at 00.36hrs.

Last 54 minutes communication between MH370 and Control tower
Last 54 minutes communication between MH370 and Control tower

Read from SOURCE 

Full Press Statement by Acting Minister of Transport ad published by Telegraph.co.uk on 22 March 2014

MH370 Day 13 New Hope

Something Big Down There

A P8 Poseidon, which is checking on objects suspected to be debris of MH370 some 2,500km southwest of Perth, reports radar hits of significant size

PETALING JAYA: A flight crew scouring the southern Indian Ocean for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 say that they were getting radar hits of “significant size”, indicating something was  below the water’s surface.. SOURCE 

Australian Spotted Possible Object On 61 March

Australian Satelitte spotted what might be from MH370 in the Indian Ocean but still need to be verified. Australia through AMSA (Australia Maritime Safety Authority) sent a search team to verify the satellite image.

Satelite Image of what could be from MH370 that has been missing since 8th March 2014
Satelite Image of what could be from MH370 that has been missing since 8th March 2014

MH370 Australian Satelite Image

This new lead spark new hope for the Search and Rescue comprising of 26 nations, the largest SAR team assembled for an air search.

It will still need to be verified when the scout sent by AMSA reached the destination about 2,400 km away SW of Perth in the Indian Ocean. It will take about 4 hours to reach the location. Based on the coordinate the object was spotted somewhere in this area on Google Map.

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suspected object location

Read more HERE 

UPDATES

The first search plane arrived back to Perth this evening, confirming it was not able to find debris. Limited visibility hampered the search for flight MH370.

Norvegian ship Car Carrier Hoegh St Petersburg arrived at the area. 

OSLO, March 20 — Norwegian car carrier Hoegh St Petersburg has reached the area in the southern Indian Ocean off Australia where two floating objects, suspected to be debris from the missing Malaysian jetliner, were spotted, the ship owner’s said today. – See more at: themalaymailonline  

AMSA Full Statement posted at 2.01PM (Malaysian time) 

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MH370 Reflects Our Defence Alertness?

If an “unidentified” plane had been picked up flouting prescribed procedures or with switched-off transponders or not “squawking” IFF (identification, friend or foe) codes, a series of “air defence measures” would have kicked in – including the scrambling of fighters – to “detect, identify, intercept and destroy” the intruder, an Indian newspaper reported.

The paper also reported that India dismiss the possibility that MAS jet could have flown over her airspace. Indian official said that if a jetliner were to cross the Indian mainland, their primary radars (which bounce radio signals off targets) would have picked it up despite its transponders being switched off (secondary radars beam signals that request information from a plane’s transponders),” said a top Indian Air Force (IAF) officer. -SOURCE

On the morning MH370 went missing, defence radar detected a flying object crossing the northern part of peninsular Malaysia and it was assumed as non hostile, therefore no action were taken to checkout. The assumption it was a commercial flight. After a few days only it was confirmed, through studying of the recording that it might be MH370.

Now, what can we learn from this incident? 

1. Is the route a normal route for commercial airline?  If we check Flightradar24 the route taken by the suspected to be MH370 is not a normal aircraft route. That should put the radar operator on alert and take necessary actions.
2. Why the radar operator think it is a commercial airline since it detected a flying object? A Malaysian military radar showed trace of flight MH370 turning back before it vanished
3. As a layman, I am not sure what kind of detected signal on the radar that can be considered non hostile.
4. If the radar operator alert the defense system during that particular moment and send out reconnaissance jets, maybe the search for MH370 will not drag until day 8 and put Malaysia to shame day by day.

Does that show how weak our air defence is? 

MH370 Day 7- Hope Still Alive

ALL INFORMATION ON THIS POST IS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION FROM SAR PRESS CONFERENCE

Why I put up the above notice is that whatever I share on this blog is based on what I read on the internet. Since the missing of MH370 is becoming more mysterious by day, more and more theories pop up and most from individual who wants to be anonymity maybe because they might not be officially with the investigation team.

I am sharing this pieces of information that I found while surfing the net.

ABC News published an article on 13th March 2013 tittled Malaysia Airliner Communications Shut Down Seperately, Says US Official. 

Two U.S. officials tell ABC News the U.S. believes that the shutdown of two communication systems happened separately on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. One source said this indicates the plane did not come out of the sky because of a catastrophic failure.

The data reporting system, they believe, was shut down at 1:07 a.m. The transponder — which transmits location and altitude — shut down at 1:21 a.m. ABC News aviation consultant John Nance said. More from  Source.

Satellite Bleep deepens unprecedented Malaysian Airlines Mystery 

A US official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorised to discuss the situation by name, said the Boeing 777-200 wasn’t transmitting data to the satellite, but was instead sending out a signal to establish contact.

Boeing offers a satellite service that can receive a stream of data during flight on how the aircraft is functioning and relay the information to the plane’s home base. The idea is to provide information before the plane lands on whether maintenance work or repairs are needed.

Malaysia Airlines didn’t subscribe to that service, but the plane still had the capability to connect with the satellite and was automatically sending pings, the official said.

“It’s like when your cellphone is off but it still sends out a little ‘I’m here’ message to the cellphone network,’’ the official said. “That’s how sometimes they can triangulate your position even though you’re not calling because the phone every so often sends out a little bleep. That’s sort of what this thing was doing.’’ More from SOURCE

Rada Data Show Jet Heading To Andaman? 

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Image source as mentioned

Two sources said an unidentified aircraft that investigators believe was Flight MH370 was following a route between navigational waypoints – indicating it was being flown by someone with aviation training – when it was last plotted on military radar off the country’s north-west coast.

The last plot on the military radar’s tracking suggested the plane was flying toward India’s Andaman Islands, a chain of isles between the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal, they said.

Waypoints are geographic locations, worked out by calculating longitude and latitude, that help pilots navigate along established air corridors. More from SOURCE

Based on those unverified information there is still hope that MH370 and her passengers will be back with their loved ones. What more there are still no pings from the aircraft blackbox.

MH370 Day 5 New Leads

Chinese sattelite had released images believe to be of MH370. It was captured on 9th of March 2014 and only released on Wednesday.

Chinese Sattelite Image of MH370?
Chinese Satellite Image of MH370?

The outcome of the Chinese Satellite image

Datuk Azharuddin Abdul Rahman says planes searched the location Thursday. “There is nothing. We went there, there is nothing,” he told reporters in Kuala Lumpur.

A search by two Vietnamese aircraft responding to information provided by a Chinese satellite has also failed to locate wreckage, a Reuters journalist on board a search plane said.

Aircraft repeatedly circled the area over the South China Sea but were unable to detect any objects, said the journalist, who flew aboard a Antonov 26 cargo plane for three hours.

Vietnamese and Malaysian planes were scanning waters where a Chinese government agency website said a satellite had photographed three “suspicious floating objects” on Sunday. – SOURCE

Another lead is an email from an oil rig worker who claim that he saw the burning (plane).

TORONTO – An oil rig worker claimed he saw the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 crash while working off the south coast of Vietnam, according to a report.

Bob Woodruff, an ABC News correspondent, obtained a copy of an email the man said he sent to his employer stating he witnessed the crash.

“I believe I saw the Malaysia Airlines plane come down. The timing is right,” the man said in the email. “I tried to contact the Malaysian and Vietnam officials several days ago. But I don’t know if the message has been received.”

According to Woodruff, Vietnam officials confirmed they received the email. – SOURCE

MH370 email

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Below is The Guardian image showing the search area

 

MH370 search area

 

THE GUARDIAN

Timeline of Flight MH370