Unusual point in the last words of the MH370 captain

Unusual point in the last words of the MH370 captain 0

(Dan Tri) – Before Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared, the plane’s captain sent a message to air traffic control.

Malaysia’s investigation report has pointed out unusual points in the MH370 captain’s last words to air traffic control.

Malaysian authorities on July 30 announced the results of the investigation into the disappearance of flight MH370 in March 2014.

Flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur at 0:41 a.m. on March 8, 2014 local time and at about 1:19 a.m., when air traffic control announced that the plane was about to enter Vietnamese airspace, the captain (or co-pilot)

Regarding this detail, the investigators’ report said: `The last message transmitted via radio `Good night Malaysia three seven zero` was from the captain. However, he did not repeat the frequency or condition.

Investigators consider this unusual for a person with 18,000 hours of flight experience like Captain Zaharie.

On the other hand, the report also points out that investigators did not see any signs that the captain or co-pilot were psychologically stressed if they were under duress or were preparing for a mass suicide.

Mr. Kok Soo Chon, head of the investigation team, said investigators had researched the biographies of the plane’s captain and co-pilot and found that these two people did not have any psychological problems nor were they sexually active.

`We do not believe that this was an incident staged by the flight crew,` Mr. Kok said before emphasizing that investigators did not rule out the possibility that a `third party` intervened.

Previously, Malaysian officials said that MH370’s ACARS system (a system that signals speed, altitude, location and fuel level via satellite) of MH370 stopped working before the above exchange took place.

However, up to now, investigators still cannot find the reason why this system of MH370 stopped working.

Flight MH370 disappeared on March 8, 2014 after taking off from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.

Minh Phuong

According to Express

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