Flight 370 – Where is it?

This photo taken Dec. 26, 2011, shows the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER that disappeared from air traffic control screens Saturday, taking off from Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport in France. The Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 carrying 239 people lost contact with air traffic control early Saturday morning, March 8, 2014 on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, and international aviation authorities still hadn't located the jetliner several hours later. (photo credit: AP/Laurent Errera)

Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER Missing Where IS IT?

It’s been about 12 days and no sign of the Boeing 777. So where did it go? Well the sayings go something to the effect of ‘you can’t see the light through the trees’ or ‘you can’t see what’s under your nose’. Sounds reasonable.

This is just a wild guess. Plane takes off heading for its planned destination. A few hours later, the jet turns west from its northern heading. And then, the electronics used to communicate with satellites is magically turned off. There was information on a broadcast that suggested the plane was going on a sort of roller-coaster ride by strong descents and back up. And then gone.. until now.

What I am thinking (and probably wrong) is the jet kept turning very slowly to eventually go east… perhaps back to the same country it started from.. Malaysia or a nearby country that is involved with this. By turning west, all the pilot or co-pilot had to do is tell the people on the flight the Jet is experiencing some problems and for SAFETY, the jet is returning back to the airport. Just don’t tell them WHICH airport. That will stop any sort of panic by the people flying on Malaysia Flight 370.

Being very early in the morning, it might be the case that wherever it landed, was very quiet.. very few people around. What do they need? Maybe 5 buses to take their hostages to some place for now. And a place to put that Boeing 777.

The pilot has a simulator. Perhaps it was used for good. I knew an Air Canada Pilot who was one of the first here to pilot a 747. He did not have a simulator in his apartment. So who knows?

Perhaps the pilot of the Malaysia flight 370 was learning how to fly very low in order to not be detected by radar. And, as said above, he flew it back near to where the flight began.

I truly hope for a positive outcome for the people on that flight and their families. It must be absolutely horrifying.

The big question is, why?

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