Thanks for that link! This is amazing:
Yeah no worries.
I was hoping the documentary was going to be based off this latest developments and also the damaged landing gear door. In fact I kept watching hoping it would pop up but the more they veered into consipracy theory nonsense the more offputting the whole experience became.
Ocean Infinity has said they're interested in doing another search but would require clearance from the Malaysian Government to go ahead. End of this year or early 2024 is the next proposed launch date to start the search based on this latest information.
That plane will be found and everything points to the pilot.
Lets look at some of the facts:
* The Pilot, one of Malaysia's most experienced pilots so knows his job and his aircraft very well. Was made an instructor and examiner for the 777 fleet in November 2007.
* Co-pilot was an inexperienced wet behind the ears 27-year-old. So we know who has the authority in this scenario.
* Conveniently the plane went dark just as it was leaving Malaysian air space and entering into Vietname airspace and only the pilot is able to turn off these systems. Coincidience on the timing to confuse air traffic controllers of both countries as you're about to do a handover from Malaysian air traffic to Vietnam?
* Plane flew along the air traffic borders as it turned around back towards Malaysia.
* Plane flew over the pilots home town when it returned into Malaysia airspace before heading out to south indian ocean.
* Pilot could easily depressurize the cabin from the cockpit. Passengers had only 15 minutes of oxygen in those masks when they dropped down from the ceiling. The pilot has a much more advanced mask with longer oxygen supply. So he could quite literally knock everyone out by himself.
* Former Australian prime minister revealed at the time that it was understood by the highest levels in Malaysian Government that this was a pilot mass murder/suicide.
* The landing gear door found in Madagascar has signifcant damage to the inside as compared to the outisde suggesting the landing gear was down when it crashed. Close examination of the piece suggested a high speed crash into the ocean.
* Ocean drift analysis on the debris found so far combined with Richard Godfrey's latest tracking data of MH370 has the origin of the pieces in the general area of the crash site in the south indian ocean close to the 7th Arc where the initial search for the aircraft was conducted.
I'm no expert in any of this but everything we know so far points toward one man. The Pilot. Only thing left to find out is what was the motive.