The representative of the Australian Bureau of Transport Security Martin Dolan, who was involved in the search for the missing flight of MH370 Malaysia Airlines, announced the intentional destruction of the liner. In his opinion, the hijacking of the Boeing 777 was a planned operation of the commander of an aircraft. The specialist voiced his position on the air of the TV show 60 Minutes Australia.
Dolan dismissed the version about the capture of the liner by terrorists: “Be it a terrorist attack, almost certainly a terrorist organization would take responsibility. But no one did it . ” Thus, the aviation expert came to the only remaining option, taking into account the available information: the plane was hijacked by the commander of Zakhari Ahmad Shah. Similar assumptions of aviation specialists were before.
“He wanted to kill himself.” Unfortunately, he also killed everyone on board and did it intentionally. There is no reason not to believe that the pilot did not unseal the cabin to turn off the passengers, – Martin Dolan is sure. Moreover, the expert found an explanation for the disappearance of the aircraft from the radar: according to him, the FAC flew a lot in that region and knew the boundaries of the locators and the area of responsibility of the controllers.
The same opinion about the causes of the incident adheres to another expert – Pilot-instructor Boeing 777 Simon Hardy: “I think someone controlled the flight to the end. The goal was to hide the ship as far from civilization as possible . ” Because of this, the search operation and finding out the true causes of the catastrophe has become much more complicated. It is assumed that the commander of the aircraft committed suicide due to family problems.
Malaysia Airlines’ MH370 flight operated from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on the night of March 8, 2014. The plane disappeared from the radar soon after take-off. Onboard there were 239 persons, all of them are recognized as lost. Earlier it was reported about the discovery of several fragments of the aircraft and personal belongings of passengers, but where exactly the Boeing 777 crashed and in what area the wreckage remains with the remains of the victims is still unknown.