THE satellite communications systems on the doomed MH370 was switched back on 40 minutes after it “went dark”, an expert has claimed. The missing Malaysian Airlines flight vanished en route from Kuala Lumpur, to Beijing with 239 people on board on March 8, 2014. Despite some debris washing up in Madagascar, the greatest aviation mystery in history has yet to be solved. However author Jeff Wise believes he may have found a missing piece to the puzzle after spending years investigating the tragedy. He claims the plane’s communications systems was manually switched back proving the aircraft did not suffer an electrical fault. Jeff told the Express: “Looking at the fine print of the Inmarsat data log, we saw that in fact the system had been turned off and then back on again. "At 18:03, 42 minutes after the plane disappeared from air traffic control, radar the satellite tried to put through a text message. MH370’s satcom hadn’t responded. Looking at the … [Read more...] about Mystery as MH370’s satellite communication was turned back on 40 minutes after ‘it went dark’ and vanished, expert claims
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper New York | Could New York City Get Real Casinos? State Leaders Are Listening Advertisement Supported by ByJesse McKinley March 20, 2019 [What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox .] ALBANY — With New York’s upstate casinos struggling, some state officials are considering the once unthinkable: putting casinos in New York City itself. Representatives from major gaming companies have been meeting this week with lawmakers in Albany, including the Assembly speaker, Carl E. Heastie, to push a proposal to open as many as three full-fledged casinos in the New York City area. They say that such a move could provide the state hundreds of millions of dollars each year in new revenue and create thousands of new jobs, an argument that has been given extra heft by the collapse … [Read more...] about Could New York City Get Real Casinos? State Leaders Are Listening
Vietnam is following the ongoing political crisis in Venezuela and hopes to see peaceful and stable development in the South American country, the Vietnamese foreign ministry’s spokesperson said Thursday. President Nicolás Maduro is battling against congress leader Juan Guaidó for the presidency in Venezuela, with thousands of Venezuelans taking to the streets in a massive movement against the incumbent leader on Thursday. Maduro was elected president in a vote last year, while Guaidó, now an opposition politician, declared himself interim president. Asked to comment on the ongoing political crisis in the South American country, Le Thi Thu Hang, spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said during a regular press conference in Hanoi on Thursday that Vietnam “always wishes for peace and stability in Venezuela.” “Vietnam wants to promote friendly ties and multifaceted cooperation between Vietnam and Venezuela for the benefits of the two … [Read more...] about Politics Vietnam wishes for peace, stability in Venezuela: spokesperson Malaysian tourists charged $21.5 for dish of stir-fried eggs in Nha Trang
SCORES of conspiracy theories have surfaced in the wake of flight MH370's disappearance in March 2014. From hypotheses about Vladimir Putin to claims the plane was heading to Kazakhstan, here's the lowdown on speculation surrounding the unsolved tragedy. Is the MH370 mystery solved? Flight 370 disappeared on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing with 239 people on board. Just 38 minutes into the flight, MH370 lost contact with Malaysia Airlines. Investigators thought the most likely location for the jet was in the Indian Ocean after analysing information from the British satellite telecommunications company Immarsat. Likely locations for the airliner could be tracked by knowing the distance from the fixed satellite, but it would also change depending which direction the plane was flying in after its last known position and at what speed it was travelling at. If it was flying north then possible locations could stretch as fast as the border … [Read more...] about Flight MH370 theories – has the Malaysia Airlines plane mystery been solved and what’s the latest?
THE crash location of the doomed MH370 jet is further north in the Indian Ocean to what was originally believed, according to a mathematician. Mike Chillit claims to have determined the crash location based on an analysis of ocean currents and satellite data available to investigators. Mr Chillit told The Daily Star that he believed the plane - which vanished in March 2014 with 239 people on board - crashed into the sea between the two major search locations. He told the paper it was likely in an area off the coast of Australia known as the Perth Basin. He added: "We know it is there. We've known that now for more than two years. "I've suspected it was in Perth Basin for a long time, partly because one large piece of debris ended up on Pemba Island, which is Zanzibar, Tanzania. "All the rest of it ended up south of Madagascar. No searches have been conducted at that location yet, when they do they will find it." He claims this location is just 67miles from where Australia's Ocean … [Read more...] about Is this where MH370 will be found? Expert calculates ‘final resting place’ where official search team failed to look