Investigators have recently claimed that they have managed to solve the 2014 mystery of flight MH370. MH370 was a Malaysian Airlines flight that ended up vanishing with 239 people on it during a flight that took off from Kuala Lumpur and was headed to Beijing on March 2014.
Air transportation experts have concluded that the captain intentionally crashed the plane. They are saying that it was a carefully and thoroughly planned murder-suicide mission.
It is being reported that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah started by depressurizing the plane, rendering everyone else on the plane unconscious. Captain Shah then proceeded to fly the aircraft over his hometown of Penang, before he flew the plane into the southern Indian Ocean.
A senior Boeing 777 pilot and instructor, Simon Hardy told 60 Minutes Australia that Captain Shah avoided detection by the military radar by making sure that he flew along the border of Malaysia and Thailand. Furthermore, CBS News reports that the wreckage that has been uncovered up until now might also prove that Captain Shah had control of the aircraft and the crash was not a high-speed aircraft crash.
However, some family members of the MH370 victims have told CBS that without any kind of forensic evidence to support this theory, they will not be convinced. Conspiracy theories about ill-fated MH370 will continue until more wreckage is recovered, wherever it may be.