Saturday, July 23, 2016

The commander of the missing MH370 in advance was simulated last flight, heading South through the Indian ocean

The commander of a Malaysian aircraft that went missing in the Indian ocean while performing flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, a month before the catastrophe worked out on a home simulator route, similar to what is likely the plane was flying really is. This writes New York magazine.

 In the order was the publication of the documents of the investigation, which was led by Malaysian police in the disappearance of the liner. Law enforcement agencies of this country asked the FBI to recover data from seized hard drives home computer Zachariah Ahmad Shah.

American forensics recovered on five hard drives, deleted data relate to work with a computer simulator Microsoft Flight Simulator X. This information is about the number of ground points, each of which correspond to parameters such as flight altitude, speed and direction.
  • One recorded route, according to six key points, aroused the suspicions of investigators. The trajectory starts in Kuala Lumpur, passes over the Strait of Malacca, and then turning left and heading South through the Indian ocean. A virtual “flight” ends in its southern part — where, obviously, the fuel must come to an end.

When comparing this trajectory and the data received when trying to restore the real flight is traced a certain analogy, although the specific parameters of the routes are not quite identical. In particular, the estimated end point of the calculated real path is separated from the end point of a flight simulator for a distance exceeding a thousand miles.

However, it is noted that the similarity of the routes can be explained by a simple coincidence, the pilot might not be planning an escape, and just decided to simulate flight at home on an unusual route.

The Boeing 777 Malaysia Airlines, EN route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, disappeared from radar screens on March 8, 2014. In the first months after the accident to detect the plane or its wreckage has failed. On Board were 227 passengers and 12 crew members. In January 2015, all aboard the airliner were officially confirmed dead.

Later in different parts of the Indian ocean began to find wreckage of the missing airliner. A piece of the wing was washed up on the shore of reunion island, owned by France. Two more fragments were found in March on the coast of Mozambique.


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