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"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

"Did they let crews look in the wrong place for so many days Even. If we do find the black box, it won't have those answers and it won't tell those families where their loved ones went..

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

"Argues that the whole thing was an elaborate game of smoke and mirrors orchestrated by Vladimir Putin this isn't just some random blame game in March of two, thousand, fourteen Putin would appreciate a diversion Russia was in the middle of invading and illegally annexing Crimea. It was all over the news and on March sixth. President Obama imposed sanctions on Russia for the attack just over thirty six hours later poof M h three, seventy vanishes. Suddenly, every major network has wall-to-wall covered on the plane's disappearance. The Russo Ukrainian war is old news. It's like that one business adage if you don't like what's being said about you change the conversation, but there are few problems with wisest theory. I it seems unlikely that M h three seventy could have flown north for so many hours and over. So many different countries without anyone noticing an unidentified airplane on the radar also a third party hijacker doesn't fit into the timeline of events. Only two minutes passed between Zahari telling the tower in Kuala Lumpur good night and the plane disappearing from the. Radar screen it seems unlikely that the hijackers would have been able to execute that timing. So perfectly, even if hijackers had managed unlock the cockpit door, they wouldn't have been able to do it quietly the electronic deadbolt man linked noise when they're open. So right away Zahari and for wreak would've known that someone else had left the door they would have immediately sent a distress signal instead journalist William launch of each lays out a new theory. He believes that this was an entirely different kind of hijacking wasn't happened from within the cockpit. We'll dive into the motives behind one pilots desperate act after this. Beauty counter believes that beauty should be good for you. The leader in clean since two thousand thirteen beauty counter is a company fueled by higher purpose to create a safer future for all a gloss for the greater. Good. A glowing cheek with nothing to hide clean makeup that speaks up this routine will change beauty forever. So. If you're looking for skin care that actually cares you need counter plus Albright see serum this ten percent potency vitamin zero is packed with antioxidants and we'll give you instant radiance and lasting results. The quick absorbing formula allows for easy layer in an instant boost of. After eight weeks of US one, hundred percent of consumers polled said, their skin looked brighter ninety seven percent said their skin looked luminous and radiant and ninety four percent experienced a reduction in the appearance of dark spots. Change beauty forever go to beauty counter dot com and use the code better beauty for ten percent off your first.

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"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

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"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

07:31 min | 3 months ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

"A few years before the Malaysia flight disappeared, there was a television show called lost. I have a lot of feelings about that show and I can still get very worked up if I think too long and hard about the ending and the mess of unanswered questions but that's neither here. Nor there the point is the show was a pretty big television phenomenon millions of. People myself included were invested in the fate of a plane full of people whose plane mysteriously vanished. So when Malaysian Airlines flight three, seventy or M H three, seventy vanished on March eighth two, thousand, fourteen everyone kind of frozen in their tracks this real life tragedy felt too much like a TV episode to be true like life imitating art could a plane actually disappear? I mean, this was a state of the art Boeing triple seven piloted by an experienced captain on a routine flight path. How could it just vanish? Journalists William Longevity. In his article about M h three, seventy for the Atlantic. He said quote the idea that a sophisticated machine with modern instruments and redundant communications could simply vanish seemed be on the realm of possibility and quote. So. Something bigger had to be at play. Let's start with what we know for certain. The plane took off from Walla Lumpur Malaysia with any issues there were two hundred, thirty, nine people onboard from fourteen different countries. The flight reaches a normal cruising altitude of thirty, five, thousand feet, and for the first forty minutes everything is fine. The two men in the cockpit are checking in over the radio and the reporting everything is normal. The captain that night is a Malaysian national named Zahari off Mitch Shaw. He'd been an airplane pilot since Nineteen eighty-one and had over eighteen thousand hours of flight time under his belt. So hurry was so enthusiastic about being a pilot he even had a digital flight simulator in his house. So literally this guy is doing nothing but flying, he goes to work and flies planes. He comes home and practices flying planes i. mean this is his whole life. But he's not the only person in the cockpit that night. So hurry has co-pilot named Freak Hamid for we had been a pilot for seven years, but he was still in training he had about twenty seven hundred hours of flight time and less than forty of those were in a Boeing triple seven. In fact, this flight to Beijing was the final piece of his training. And that means that for week is actually the one flying the plane this day well, technically because nowadays planes practically fly themselves an emmy three seventy was no different once they got to their cruising altitude preprogrammed flight plan would have kicked in autopilot basically for week would only need to intervene if they came across some unexpected weather or air traffic and we know they reached their cruising. Altitude because Hari Radio Malaysian Air Traffic Control about it twice at one. Oh One am he reported that they had leveled off a few minutes later at one zero eight am he confirmed they were flying at thirty, five thousand feet and this is actually a little strange because normally pilots only radio to let control no, they're leaving an altitude to make sure they're all clear to move. But maybe a hurry was just a little rusty on his protocol after all he's usually captaining the flight. so He's used to his co-pilot handling the radio. So yes, it's strange but really only in hindsight. At any rate by one nineteen, a M, they're reaching the border between Malaysia Airlines face in Vietnam airspace. When you leave one country, you have to check in with the next one, just like you would crossing any other border. But what makes air traffic a little more complicated is that every country's air traffic controller is operating on its own radio frequency. So when M H three seventy enters Vietnam jurisdiction they need to retune their radio to be able to talk to the new tower. The last transmission heard from M H three seventy is a conversation with the tower back in Kuala. Lumpur. They gives a Hari, the frequency he needs to talk to Vietnam and Zahari Confirms Calm Voice and then tells them good night. Then at one, twenty, one, a m M H three, seventy disappears off the radar screen Koala Lumpur the controller didn't notice at first he was talking to another plane when it happened. But when he realizes it's gone he's not even that worried he just assumes the plane is out of range and safely in the hands of the Vietnamese. But Suhari never checked in with the Vietnamese. Controller and. The, controller in Kuala Lynn Poor. The one Vietnam was watching the screen when m h three, seventy dropped off the radar they saw it happen in two steps first, the plane's transponder number vanished. In the entire blip disappeared. So radar is basically echo location kind of what bats use, but it can only tell you so much. Basically, it says there's something out there and it's this far away to help air traffic control keep track of WHO's flying in the sky airplanes have a more sophisticated radar system. Every flight is equipped with a transponder that sends. Ping's directly down to the control tower on land. This means that when controllers look at their radar screens, each blip is identified by a number. So, when this transponder numbered disappeared from this blip representing h three seventy, that was concerning but not life threatening. When the blip vanished entirely, that was an emergency I mean the plane could be anywhere which meant another plane could accidentally collide with it. So the controller in Vietnam tries calling M H three seventy directly to ask why their transponder isn't working but they can't get any kind of response after almost twenty minutes of silence. The Tower Vietnam calls over to the Tower in Kuala Lumpur to see what they know. Now according to Protocol Air Traffic. Control in Malaysia is supposed to call in an emergency flight response team. But here's where things get really wonky for whatever reason no one in Kuala Lumpur contact the emergency team and no one really does anything instead Malaysia and Vietnam play this weird game of bureaucratic hot potato. Each air tower claims that the other ones problem. It's not until six thirty, A. M. Nearly five hours. Later, that anyone really acknowledges that something is seriously wrong until then they were really only worried about the transponder like this was an equipment malfunction or something everyone assumed that they would hear from age three seventy at some point but at six thirty, a M M H three seventy doesn't show up in Beijing for its scheduled landing and everyone is forced to acknowledge the huge scope of the problem. They have no idea where this plane actually is..

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Lawyer: Families of MH17 victims want reparation for damages

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Lawyer: Families of MH17 victims want reparation for damages

"The chute shut down of a Malaysia shoot down that is of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner over the Ukraine from a missile fired by pro Russian rebels. The families of the victims are now suing for reparations. Respondent Vicky Bucker reports. A Dutch lawyer representing the family said a Russian disinformation has only compound did their grief more than 300. Relatives of those who died on MH 17 plan to seek unspecified damages from the four suspects in the attack. The three Russians and one Ukrainian are being tried for murder in the Netherlands. But all four remain at large, and only one has even sent a lawyer to the trial. Russia has repeatedly denied involvement. Despite evidence the missile wass trucked in from a Russian military base. Authorities

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Lawyer: Families of MH17 victims want reparation for damages

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Lawyer: Families of MH17 victims want reparation for damages

"Lawyers for relatives of victims killed when Malaysia airlines flight seventeen was shot down over Ukraine in twenty fourteen since the families want damages as a recognition of the justice they suffered loyal olive shines spoke at the resumption of the Dutch trial in absentia of three Russians and Ukrainians charged with offenses including mass murder for their alleged involvement in the downing of the plane she urged the court not to lose sight of the suffering of the hundreds of people who lost their loved ones as she addressed the judges or legal questions linked to families rights to claim damages it's not yet clear how many families will submit compensation requests and to trial or how much they want to claim I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"Concrete evidence. So it just lends itself to some conspiracies, but the whole, the whole thing from start to finish to fascinating. It was very fascinating. It was terrifying. It was mysterious obviously. And I think we'll start there yeah. The background of what what went on. So this we said it happened about six years ago. It was March eighth twenty fourteen I was a red eye flight meaning that it took off in the middle of the night. So it was supposed to take off at like twelve thirty am and it's like a five and a half hour flight. So it was going to go from a Kuala Lumpur was is Malaysia northbound to Beijing. So like I said five and a half, hour. Hour flights to land around I. Think six thirty am local time was like a ten minute delay. Think they actually took off at twelve, forty, two am, but it's a very common flight. So that flight from Kuala. Lumpur to Beijing, runs every day twice a day So very, very common. It's not like they're doing like something out of the ordinary happens literally every single day. The type of plane was a Boeing Boeing seven, seventy seven. So the big one if you've ever been on one of those, those are like flying boats, they're just enormous Have you been on at the One? Where has like middle row too. It's like in the nurse got either two or three on the side. I. WanNa say on each side, and then you have a middle row, which can be as many as five seats across. So you have eight people across in every row I've been on those wants. Yeah. I did a red eye thousand, one right I. Think we talked about this stuck between these like Samoan. Rugby rugby players in the middle of the night where you know I'm a pretty decent sized guy myself two, hundred, thirty pounds or whatever, and I was like squished in the very middle this blame. Anyway. So big fucking plane. That that particular jet, it was only eleven years old. And had no previous issues of mechanical problems. Now. So people on board two, hundred, twenty, seven people twelve crew members, and then you know that's kind of like the basics of this of that flight and took off, everything was normal the first half hour. So improve. Red. La to New York link. Overnight and then. And then all of a sudden, you know the plane takes off northbound all the preflight communications between. The cockpit and air traffic control normal took off. They had their their normal communications for the beginning and they're cruising along north and they had their last. Automated position reports, you have a transponder that. Beeps you as you're going on your on your path, ill, I kind of checks in and sends a report back to air traffic control that happened the last one they got that was at one, zero, six am. One, eighteen, a m. there was the last verbal communication between air traffic controller in Malaysia and the and flight M H three seventy. So that was just like hey. You're leaving Malaysian airspace. Please check. into. Human Coaching Man, which is the capital of Vietnam. So you're checking with that. Airspace and it's in the guy just said good night, and you know like a normal like no distress calls or anything like that..

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The Netherlands Brings Russia to Court Over the Downing of MH17

Not Too Shabby

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

The Netherlands Brings Russia to Court Over the Downing of MH17

"Taking Russia to the European Court of Human Rights for what it described as Moscow's role in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 17 over Ukraine in 2014 A Dutch foreign minister Steph Block said the government's top priority was to achieve justice for the 298 mostly Dutch victims onboard the airline when it was brought down.

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Trial of 4 suspects in downing of flight MH17 set to open

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

Trial of 4 suspects in downing of flight MH17 set to open

"The trial began today in the Hague for three Russians in Ukrainian man charged with multiple counts of murder for their alleged involvement in the twenty fourteen downing of Malaysia airlines flight seventeen it was July seventeenth twenty fourteen when a missile took down the jetliner in the skies over the conflict torn eastern Ukraine all two hundred ninety eight people on board were killed in the attack and a number of their relatives were in the courtroom today then the vendor graph is the father of one of the victims it's so complicated semesters and so we don't think that said Russia will ever take his responsibility forty S. on ourselves in fact just last week Russia's foreign ministry spokeswoman accused investigators of presuming the country's guilt none of the suspects was in court today and only one has hired a lawyer

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Trial of 4 suspects in downing of flight MH17 set to open

Jay Talking

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Trial of 4 suspects in downing of flight MH17 set to open

"The trial of four men accused of downing of Malaysia airlines jet opens in the Netherlands today even though the suspects are still at large Dutch prosecutors have charged for Russian nationals with the murders of two hundred ninety eight people on board flight MH seventeen which was shot down over Ukraine by a Russian made missile in twenty fourteen on Sunday family and friends of the victims protested in front of the Russian embassy in the Hague we think

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"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"If you want to hear about the mysteries and conspiracy theory surrounding Malaysia flight. Three seventy part two is available. Exclusively on the unexplained mysteries feed right now and it's Ad Free if you enjoyed this episode. Feel free to check it out. Now you can find previous episodes of conspiracy theories and unexplained mysteries on Apple podcasts. Stitcher Google play cast. Box tune in or on your favorite podcast directory. We're on facebook and INSTAGRAM. As at par cast and twitter at podcast network. A new episode of unexplained mysteries comes out every Thursday and a new episode of conspiracy. Theories comes out every Wednesday in the meantime. The truth isn't always the best story. The official story isn't always the truth. And never take we. Don't no for an answer. Unexplained mysteries and conspiracy theories were created by Max Cutler our production of Cutler media and are part of the podcast network. They are produced. By Max Ron Cutler sound designed by Michael Langner with production assistance by Ron Shapiro and Paul Moller Additional Production Assistance by Maggie Admire Carly Madman. This episode was written by Michael Herman and Stars Molly Brandenburg. Richard Rosner and Carter Roy..

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

10:54 min | 9 months ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Scene which will sections of the ocean. We have four and six kilometers deep canyons and ravines extremely difficult and complex search. It's tasted the limits of human engineering. Excellence and Picton capacity has been a story if the weather was monstrous. Searchers met strong winds hospitable climates hostile seas and deep ocean floors but the worst part was the search area at a hundred and eighteen thousand square. Miles it was roughly the size of the British. Isles Tony Abbott. The Australian. Prime Minister was quoted in saying the ocean was as close to nowhere as it's possible to be Australian Transport Minister Michael McCormack also commented on the vast size of the task at hand. Actual plein Is is is about. Sixty million has long That's about Four Times List. Than the titanic which they talk more than seventy years to fall under the name exactly where the coordinates exactly where it went. Dan. So this is a this is a very deep ocean. This is a a large aircraft admittedly but not that large that it was obviously easily detectable. The team used satellite imaging to assist in the search but water is one of the worst surfaces to look at with satellites. Satellite Imaging works best in high contrast environments places that have cleared define texture like land water constantly changes making a search for debris pure agony. It was now March twentieth twelve days after the disappearance still nothing. It turned up. Malaysian officials reached out to more countries. Asking them to lend their technology and manpower in the search Hishammuddin Hussein was reported to call this search a concern beyond politics. He asked all countries to put aside their differences and come together to find the plane. If there's any silver lining to this story this is it. The response that followed Hussein's request was historic in the next few days. More than twenty-six countries joined the search including the United States China and India ballooning to the world's largest search operation hundreds of ships planes and helicopters circle the Indian Ocean desperate to find the plane but March twenty first came and went then march twenty second then March twenty third still no plane on March twenty eighth twenty days. After the disappearance Malaysian officials returned to the radar calculations they readjusted their search area and proposed a second area. Roughly six hundred and eighty miles above their previous one why these calculations needed adjustments was never reported to the public regardless. The boats were sent out again. Hussein described this operation as a logistical nightmare. Maintaining and transmitting information between twenty. Six countries was exhausting. But still they worked March. Twenty ninth came and then passed. It was looking bleak but on March thirtieth something was spotted and Australian. Search plane saw four floating orange objects measuring more than six feet in the water or they lifeboats survivors. It was a breath of hope. Boats reached the objects on March thirty first to find they were anonymous debris and had no connection with the flight. I can't imagine the agony. This must have caused the family's new debris would be found. They would raise their hopes but every search remained failure here. Sarah Bayrak the partner of one of the missing passengers expresses her discomfort with the searches progress. We want them to know that we are not going to go away. And until they agreed to pursue this more independently in that we can feel confident in. We're going to get noisier and noisier fueled by their sorrow on April fourth. Another search team sent out but this one was different than the rest. The Malaysian government targeted. The aircraft's black boxes. These are audio recording devices in cockpits automatically record conversation but these black boxes also emit Short Range Ping after they had submerged underwater. This was a turning point in the investigation. If the Malaysian government believed the black box was underwater. The odds of finding survivors was zero. If the strongest theory was that pieces of the plane were underwater almost a month after the crash the passengers were dead between April fourth and April. Eighth now twenty. Six days and counting after the disappearance several sounds were detected but none of them were found to be the missing. M H three seventy on. May Second Fifty five days after the disappearance. The Malaysian government announced the next phase. The deep sea investigation. They deployed a Bluefin twenty one submersible to cover three million square miles of underwater area. Roughly the size of the United States like many of the searches. This one lasted for months and caused the Malaysian government of fortune. The most significant moment of this search came in October two thousand fourteen when they deployed the autonomous underwater vehicle or a UV. This is a sophisticated robot that has shaped like a torpedo in combs. The ocean floor with high tech sensors for over a year. This investigation was underway Malaysian military gathered thousands and thousands of images but the plane was lost in. May Twenty fifteen. The expense of this operation had grown too heavy to maintain the UV was stopped and the search for M H. Three seventy was over here. Hishammuddin Hussein expresses his defeat at the year. Long search them. You're sure you're that image. Seventy will not be forgotton thus far would not have been in vain and we by the grace of a loss of her. No Allan shall with Wendy get to the bottom of this tragedy later that month. The Malaysian prime minister also commented on the tragedy. They comes at time when we have to stop it because we have a deed be done. Very big Research Program all over the world and we have not found any evidence yet so we have to come to us a stage where we can keep on city. Put something that we really can find. That may was a dark month for both the families and officials behind the search for M H three seventy. The plane had been missing for over a year for the next two months. All hope seemed to be lost. Prayer groups were formed. Counseling services were provided to the victims families in the world. Move Past. This mystery this might have been the end of M H three seventy if it weren't for a group of French beach-cleaners on a small tropical island at twenty square miles. The French commune of Saint Andre Reunion is little more than a dodd in the Indian Ocean. It's a pinprick on the map. A few hundred miles out to sea from Madagascar on July Twenty Ninth. Two Thousand Fifteen. Something appeared on its beach. It looked like a large sheet of white metal at over seven feet long. It wasn't an ordinary. Find the team of beach-cleaners quickly alerted authorities and the French government was contacted. Investigators were flown into the small island as the world held its breath upon examination. The sheet of metal contained a serial number. Two eight four two zero. It could have been a random list of numbers but it wasn't two eight four. Two Zero was the serial number for M H. Three Seventy S Boeing. Seven seventy seven. It was a missing piece of the plane. Upon further examination. The piece was bound to be the right flapper on a part of the wing that assists in momentum control the French government immediately ordered a search around the waters of reunion that week. A second discovery was made a damaged suitcase next a Chinese water bottle then an Indonesian cleaning product. The world couldn't believe it these pieces of m h three seventy were across the entire Indian Ocean over four thousand miles from where the plane I disappeared. Since this initial discovery to other pieces of the M H three seventy have been confirmed. A wing flap was discovered on Pemba Island in June twenty sixteen an island halfway up Africa and a wing fragment was discovered in Mauritius another small French territory in the Indian Ocean in May Twenty sixteen measuring the distance between these islands. The debris radius is over twelve hundred miles. Although all three of these pieces are officially confirmed. They suggest the pieces traveled the entire Indian Ocean in a year and a half a distance almost the size of Russia only to appear on one of the smallest beaches in the world. If that sounds like a tall order you're not alone. Many theorists have their own thoughts on the final resting. Place of M H three seventy because this episode is a hybrid of our two favorite shows. We decided to treat next week's episode a little differently instead of presenting. Just conspiracy theories or unexplained mysteries. We have decided to present both next week. Will explore one conspiracy theory and two major mysteries to further. Understand this tragedy. Starting with our conspiracy theory we will analyze the debris found in Africa and where more creative minds placed the relocation of m h three seventy from there. We'll look at our first mystery. Two hundred twenty seven passengers were reported to get on the plane but two hundred twenty eight people went missing. A mystery passenger was recorded to be on board. But who were they? And why were they on the plane? Finally we'll take a second look at those ten mystery minutes above the South China Sea as we find the most plausible solution to aviations greatest mystery. Was this the greatest cyber hijacking of all time or something darker.

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"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

03:29 min | 10 months ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"The Chinese aircraft. Pictures of the crash. Show a good six feet of wing missing. Although this sounds like a terrible accident the Boeing company labeled the damage is minor in their service report on September. Twenty second two thousand twelve by October third two months after the crash. The plane's wing had been repaired and it was sent back to work accidents. Like this are rare for airlines. But all the safety reports that followed this accident showed the aircraft in perfect shape on February. Twenty third twenty fourteen one month before its historic flight. The plane used for M h three seventy was found to be in compliance with all applicable airworthiness directives. Officially all damages were repaired but the aircraft was just one piece of the puzzle. The crew also had a history as we mentioned in the teaser. The pilot was fifty six year old. Captains a hurry Ahmad Shah. He was a Malaysian citizen and had always dreamed of becoming a pilot. He joined Malaysia Airlines in nineteen eighty one as a cadet pilot and earned his commercial license in nineteen eighty three. He saw his fellow employees as family in valued their work both in the skies and on the ground in nineteen ninety one. He was promoted to captain and through his many trips. In and around Malaysia he racked up an impressive eighteen thousand three hundred sixty five hours of flying experience. He seemed to love his work and in an interview. His sister stated my brother loved life. Shaw was known for Cooking Food for community events in his neighborhood and made sure his wife and children were there when he could not attend but in the months approaching the flight something in shot changed. He became cold toward his family. And more reclusive he would spend hours at a time in his homemade flight simulator in his basement. A simulator. That was designed to function. Like the cockpit of a Boeing seven seven seven. During this time. Shah's daughter reported he was quote like a different person. We don't know why the sudden shift happened but we do know the result the day before m h three seventy took to the skies. Shaw's wife and three kids moved out of his house. What seemed to be a happy marriage ended in separation? But what's more chilling is the flight simulator hours. Before M H three seventy took to the sky. Some of the flight data was deleted from his simulator. Experts would later report that none of this flight data had malicious intentions but it raises concerns the co-pilot for wreak Abdul Hamad had just as complex backstory. Although much younger twenty seven years old homage shared Shaw's passion for flying. He joined Malaysia Airlines in two thousand seven and worked hard in his position. He was promoted to first officer five years later in two thousand twelve and flight. Three seventy was his final training flight before he would be a captain. Hamad was certainly the more puckish of the two having snuck a couple of girls into the cockpit on previous flights to show off but he had straightened out in the last few months and had plans to marry a fellow Malaysia Airlines pilot. Captain Dera Romley just like Shaw. Hamad was kind hearted and dedicated to his community..

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Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Abbott says top Malaysian leaders suspected pilot of MH370

"Former Australian leader Tony Abbott says the top levels of the Malaysian government have long suspected the disappearance of Malaysia airlines flight three seventy almost six years ago was a mass murder suicide by the pilot Albert was prime minister when the plane carrying two hundred and thirty nine people found new show on March eighth twenty fourteen Australia had coordinated the largest such an aviation history which failed to find the plane speaking to sky news this week Abbott says he wanted to be absolutely crystal clear it was understood at the highest levels in Malaysia this is almost certainly not a suicide by the pilot the pilot's Tommy though has long denied he was suicidal the twenty eighteen report found there was no evidence of abnormal behavior or stress in the two pilots I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Inside the Data of Loyalty

Dots, Lines & Destinations

06:46 min | 11 months ago

Inside the Data of Loyalty

"To run the enrich loyalty program at Malaysia Airlines ominous. No longer doing that but has done that. And a lot of other bits in the space before and agreed I believe I have several beers in Singapore maybe the most expensive production episode ever but agreed to sit and chat a little bit today about some of the stuff you've seen in the industry over the years and sort of where it's going on so welcome thank you go for. You had to look on your face. Ace We're GONNA say something hell. It was just an added to the introduction. There were a bunch of a bunch of guys who we've we've all been in. Senior management allies will run out of career. Sixteen or the world of experience there. It's kind of cool to share was happening in different parts of the world because we worked in in South East Asia would never ever woken mold. America it's good that you bring that up because we've had these conversations at conferences never in North American that I think about it but we don't have something to you in London. Asia sort of China China. Yeah we've had some of these chance but how different is loyalty. Globally like is are there people like in Europe. That are listen to this podcast. Every week. It'd be like talking about. We have to get America. Also say that about us but when we talk about largest offer is is it. Is it really that different. I think so. I mean I think most of us are going to send. The Lati- is traditionally is credit. Cards programmes elite status. Airline lounges. Sort of stuff is the is the shiny cards. It's the mouse. And especially North America's Israeli driven by interchange of the banks which is not regulated down like it is in a lot of Southeast Asian countries Europe's regulated down. And so just I understand. That's the one nice. Try Card my Visa Card. The merchant pays to three or four percent to the bank. The bank gives me some of that back in terms of points shepherd and in the rest of the world world outside North America. Basically that you can't get percent you get two different countries different breaches your point. Four percent which is is virtually nothing Malaysia. where I live is the one percent Australia? Singapore where we are now is is is not regulated yet so a lot of that drives the credit card and the bank loyalty usage airline miles with the bank the more likely to fly the more invested in the program for Sunday. You're building a new Mazda balanced pasta than you. Otherwise would if you adjust flying so it's catching people people that are not necessarily frequent flyers maybe consensus so this is really big in America. Where your ability to earn miles is greatly increased compared into other regions therefore the way you look at the way in Iraq with a part on the way you fly the whole? The Monchique is different to Southeast Asia. Especially taxation his Asia low cost airlines has ruled supreme in Asia Asia. Massive is a very strong radio program could be better. I think After better you sort of made the argument that if you've got the loyal customers loyal Gio Brandon anyways. You've got you've got the so you've got the service that they like you've got the rap structure they like and you're in theory chief does the points matter Devil Delta another airline where people people generally like the product a lot Ted. This pretty good operationally. You can rely on the good strong brandon pretty solid. They have drastic changes in the market. And it's like you fly lie Delta Gouzer Goodell on going pretty good always law towers. There's American Hilas. The loyalty program is kind of pulling passengers passengers along. It's it's the it's the leading product I have it's issues and so you can you can you can get over some delays. You can get over. You know bad food you can get over. Average lounges. If there's an awesome those who program because that's kind of making you forget things. Yeah it's a bit of a different strategy fully and in southeast Azazel follow cost airlines. Do they need to program. I mean they they will do deals with banks gala points and cash into the business high margin cash as well local state aligns margin news. Everything is so co Grande Caccia. They look and feel of instances and automatic debit cards BRANCHVILLE. It's interesting I mean. Here's Singapore here in Malaysia about Malaysia. Okay 'cause it's interesting that there is a debit card with the regulated regulated interchange. And they looking for one mile per dully spend it might be get this cod And so again in relation to the Asia he paid of has for two prepaid mastercard. And when you use pay day you get like the discounts on baggage and transaction fees on the website is different top of okay. So you're not you're loyalty isn't the points it's direct it's branding than its direct discount on these stuff should be a frequent traveler. Okay so yeah yeah. I mean I could argue that especially in this market or what. I what I think of as the el-sisi market in Asia which may be completely wrong. The value of free checked bags EXC is greater than the value of points. I could collect for our future flight when I bought my tickets around. I flew from Hanoi. Kale to see you Days ago I I paid a hundred and twenty dollars all into that ticket which was expensive. You know an area checkoff whatever three and a half hours probably barely covered the house but it was eighty eighty dollars in on about seventy five or eighty dollars for the fair and then had to check a bag. That was really heavy. So twenty five dollars for the bag ten dollars or eight dollars for the seats maybe lesson. I couldn't get into the hot seat but not the actual offseason by eight dollars for the seats farmers row to not bulkhead not baulk road to so they're hot hot seats. So you're at the front of the plane but they don't have after legroom. Save costs a possible fast off in an empty metal and I appreciate your sh sh- blessed the meals so in fact I had better food. The British business zero to two meals on Airasia of another ten dollars so I think that altogether got me to my one twenty-five but if my backseat was my half and I was saving ten dollars goes on every flight I took. That would be more valuable to me than the points. I could have earned on an eighty dollars ticket right Earn rates that you get in the states with five dollar. Eighty four hundred points nominally. That's about four dollars of points. Maybe six you get a good redemption. I get ten every time for half price bag. Actually better value. Being Loyalty Program is revenue earning as well and it does a good job of keeping loyal to Air Asia specifically not even us and our partners and and and third party whatever. So That's interesting. It's sort of goes back to the. Is it really that different here. And we've come a long way around and say maybe you're

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Some commercial airlines reroute flights amid Mideast risks

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Some commercial airlines reroute flights amid Mideast risks

"Three commercial airlines are re routing flights crossing the Middle East to avoid a possible danger amid escalating tensions between United States and Iran Australian carrier Qantas says it's altering its London to Perth Australia routes to avoid Iran in Iraqi airspace until further notice Malaysia airlines says that due to recent events it's planes would avoid Iranian airspace Singapore Airlines also says its flights to Europe would avoid a rod in the U. S. Federal Aviation Administration has barred American pilots and carriers from flying in areas of Iraqi a runny and Anna some Persian Gulf air

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Commercial airlines reroute flights amid U.S.-Iran tensions

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Commercial airlines reroute flights amid U.S.-Iran tensions

"Australian carrier Qantas Malaysia airlines in Singapore Airlines all have adjusted their flight schedules to avoid Iranian airspace Qantas's also staying out of a rocky or space in the Federal Aviation Administration says it's boring American pilots in carriers from flying in areas of Iraqi Iranian and some Persian Gulf air space the agency warns of the potential for miscalculation or misidentification of civilian aircraft amid heightened tensions between the US and around I'm Mike Hampton

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"malaysia airlines" Discussed on What Really Happened?

What Really Happened?

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on What Really Happened?

"So it's all craziness it's all crazy. The activity and what defines crazy activity by a pilot loss of mental Nkala Cutie. And how does that happen. depressurization of an airplane so it looked so much like the Helius case that when I learned that this airplane didn't go down in the South China Sea but that it flew for the entire amount of its fuel load If the pilots had been conscious they tried to put the airplane down somewhere but it flew on its own they will know. Pilots islets and charge. That tells me the pilots were incapacitated Now there's many ways pilots can be incapacitated somebody he could've taken out you know burst into the cockpit and shot them to death They both eating the same meal and gotten sick. But what do we know from history. History is the most likely case hypothe- because we've seen it happen and to be clear there are unfortunately plenty of examples. It's not just the American Trans Air flight and the helius flight. It also happened in the lear. Jet That Killed Payne Stewart. In the general aviation airplane that killed the Glazer Family American Real estate developers and other cases in Australia in Scotland there have been other cases cases and this is what they look like. This is what they look like illogical actions followed by flights until fuel exhaustion I have gone back and forth on what I think happened at times. I thought it seemed like a mass murder suicide and maybe it was but based on the facts present. I think it was more likely a case of a pilot affected by Hypoxia. Right now. What is is perhaps most devastating to the loved ones of those passengers on h three seventy is that the Malaysian government has stopped searching set investigative reporter Mark Williams Thomas who we spoke to in part one often people say to me you know? Just let it go just let it let it bay. I don't buy into that and the reason I buy into that is that we can never give up. The fight for justice in the fight for justice is one way as has representatives in the media. Investigators must take on for the families. Who are the two week? Just don't have a voice. We have to shine a light in the darkest corners and that means covering cases which can be setting for people. But we mustn't get that. As a result of M H three the seventy s disappearance many families hundreds of families still wanting answers and if we can continue to off as questions that is what we should do. Mark also reminded me of a company that seems to have largely gotten a pass Idaho. No why not just the Malaysian authorities. I don't know why the pressure isn't massively on Boeing and burying themselves and said we want to find this plane. Why burying not doing? That's as well. It just seems these people have been forgotten and daddy's terrible Christine. Negroni added families may need closer. I'm not gonNA argue with that but that is not why aircrash investigations are handled. And it's not because people need to know so that they can sue the lawsuits inevitably avidly follow. There is one universal reason for conducting airplane. Crashes we find out what happens in a disaster so so that we can learn from it and prevent a similar disaster said daily beast journalist Clive Irving the whole reason why flying has become progressively. So much safer is that every accident minor and major is relentlessly interrogated until its causes are understood and then rectified. This has become one of the most impressive and vital learning curves in the history of science complicated by the fact that air disasters disasters are frequently. Not just about science. They are complex combination of human and scientific factors. I think the search must continue for the friends and family who had loved ones on that plane and for air traffic safety around the world well while Malaysia and Australia have currently stopped their searches. Now is not the time to give up on understanding. What really really happened?.

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"malaysia airlines" Discussed on What Really Happened?

What Really Happened?

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on What Really Happened?

"But why was the captain trying to land the plane on Australia's sixteen minutes aircrash investigator. Larry Vance said to to make it disappear simple as that. He was taking it to a predestination someplace that he had planned to take it and he flew that six hours to get did it there the airplane on the bottom of the ocean right now as I see it the fuselage is is in one piece the left wing is still on the right wing may be off. The engines are separate but you basically basically have four pieces of airplane down there. It's not it's not scattered all over the bottom of the ocean. This idea is that by landing. The plane there wouldn't be millions of pieces scattered around the ocean making it easier to find and by landing it in this particular location deep in the southern Indian Ocean. Then it'd be even harder to find this theory which can be kind of tough to follow is what a lot of people seem to believe what happened. It's what the writer from the Atlantic. Planting peace strongly suggests happened. Additionally there is a much publicized broadcast on sixty minutes Australia in which several aviation experts. It's also strongly suggested this is what happened. This led to headlines around the world from the Washington Post to the independent publishing articles suggesting this was murder suicide and the theory started to make sense to me but then I realized that I may have it all wrong despite marital issues reported depression. A simulator with suspicious flight routes and that flapper on me pointing at Captain's Captain's Hari as being the one responsible for all of this was perhaps misinformed. Maybe I was missing the most obvious various although less popular explanation. That's our next episode which comes out in two days. The season finale of what really happened. If you like the podcast I humbly ask you to subscribe Ray and review. It actually can make a big difference for any other feedback. You can reach out to me on twitter. INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK AD Andrew Jenks or go to jinx pod dot com for more information on the sources for this podcast..

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Thomas Cook Collapses, Leaving Thousands of Travelers Stranded

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

06:50 min | 1 year ago

Thomas Cook Collapses, Leaving Thousands of Travelers Stranded

"Thomas cook boy gone ways zombie also yeah not quite gone but not not really flying selling tickets no one really knows why it's yeah pardon my french a leseur is gone and adria airways is going going man it it has been a week you know that typical gift from the movie airplane the guy sniffing glue yup it it's it's been that kind of week it's been a very very long week for european airline and everything so from the top thomas cook over the weekend this past weekend the warning bells were starting to the warning bells of bengal offer for quite some time yeah the writing has been on the wall for thomas cook for quite some time and they were hoping to get a last minute deal to the salvage everything i think two hundred million in pounds or euros a much which but unfortunately that did not happen yeah so so the there was a refinancing agreement recapitalization agreement the they had agreed to for nine hundred million pounds and then almost the last minute the banking partners partners that they were working with asked for an additional two hundred million pounds and dow is just too much so come monday at two AM local time thomas cook look UK stopped stopped trading effectively stopped everything stopped everything was was dissolved the airline flights that were in the air continued and the u- united kingdom's civil aviation authority began what they're terming the world's largest peacetime repatriation effort yes so the UK has has a particularly on bankruptcy procedure would basically win a company declares bankruptcy that's all she wrote that's it all activity stops nothing goes on business business comes to a complete close as opposed to the elsewhere in the world like the US said every airline almost every airline has been through a reward our chapter eleven bankruptcy at some point to get their financials and debt in order and they keep operating on but in the UK you declare bankruptcy that's it you're done and it got to the point where it was literally there was a fight in the middle of were about to begin boarding at JFK this was the last flight out of north america for thomas cook for today the bags have been loaded on the plane there was a gate agent they were just about to begin boarding and that's it went out of business no no fight for you yeah i mean in even if it's to the credit of the UK CA they got those folks on a plane with i think what was it a six hour delay the flight was supposed to take off at ten pm for thomas cook and they ended up taking off at four AM which is an annoying delay but no worse than your every now and again norwegian fight i guess so i mean all things considered your airline going out of business typically you don't get to fly home that day on a plane so that was really well done by them in this case they happen to position and atlas air seven four seven four hundred already at JFK i don't know why it took so long to get things going 'cause aircraft there for twelve hours ahead of time but the the mere fact that they got out the same day extremely impressive in the the repatriation efforts by the UK CAS been no less than in a vast array of airlines you may or may not have heard of before did there so there's the ones that are most notable probably league for the virgin atlantic british airways they are putting passengers on their existing flights out of the US putting people into what would have otherwise been empty seats in getting them home for folks in europe there are all sorts of random charter carriers euro-atlantic hi fly develop free bird privilege style danish air transport get jet atlas global olympics which is actually operating an ex monarch eighth hr twenty one as part of the repatriation efforts so there's kind of i don't know what that would unique irony aurigny maybe nouvelair and my personal favorite monolith ero nice i think some of these fights are actually also operated by thomas cook aircraft itself a lot at the peak summer season thomas cook uses are either wet or dry leases aircraft from other airlines paints in their own livery so you'd never know those aircraft flying right so there's two airlines that were that were operating for thomas cook was smart links out of i the leaves estonia and then the other one is avion express and they are both thomas cook liveried lead aircraft but they are operated by their respective airlines and so they've been continuing part of the repatriation efforts i missed in their high fly i think and i apologize for that but there's also the malaysia airlines eight hundred eighty eight three eighties and then the montero they're operating the three forty six hundred which is a former eddie had aircraft ad is a sweet ride for when your airline goes out of business so some folks getting not to put a a light touch on it but some folks are getting a an improved experience somewhat to get home but it's still a terrible situation in in that goes without saying anything about the fact that you know tens of thousands of people are of work but it's been really good to see other airlines and in the UK and train lines and all sorts of service service businesses say if you worked for thomas cook you know were hiring here's a special page tell us what you do what your qualifications are and we'll see if we can bring you over as quickly as possible so that says something we've seen in the past when when an airline goes bankrupt but it's good to see that hopefully a large number folks who who working for the airlines will will find a place somewhere else now really unfortunate or a lot of very very very passionate people working for thomas cook which is a very historic brand the airline wing of the brand may not be the oldest in the world but thomas cook travel is brand itself has a lot of history history and it's really disappointing to see it kind of all evaporate overnight

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Russia's disinformation war

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Russia's disinformation war

"Seventeen Five years walls ago first this and week foremost Malaysia an immense Airlines human Flight tragedy M._O._H.. Seventeen felt most a Boeing profoundly triple seven in the Netherlands on route one from hundred Amsterdam eighty to Kuala nine Lumpur of whose citizens was shot were down on the in flight. eastern Ukraine not far from Donetsk all two hundred ninety eight passengers changes and crew aboard were killed with a militias own negligent. It stands by any measure as one of the worst crimes of the twenty first century. A series of Dutch Lid investigations have confirmed that m h seventeen walls struck doc by a russian-made surface to missile launched from Ukrainian territory controlled by Russia backed separatists last month the Dutch investigators charged four men over alleged roles in the M H seventeen massacre Sokaia three Russian nationals or current or former officers of Russia's intelligence services and one Ukrainian separatist commander Russia as traditional denies everything and Russia as traditional denies everything with a furious and imaginative determination on a number of fronts and made seventeen was not the first deployment of Russia's modern propaganda apparatus. It certainly wasn't the lost but it remains arguably the most first usefully illustrative five years old what have we learned about. 'em Age seventeen and how has Russian disinformation evolved since in content and delivery. This is the foreign desk. This is the one single incident which really does show the Russia not only doesn't want to be a powerful when I say Russia I mean the Kremlin Putin's regime. They don't want to be a part of the world system and they want to do everything they can to disrupt the possible. Destroy destroy the world system who was organizing this. Why is a piece of content being directed me as it used my date dude? I think I'm certain type of pus in order to direct this. I'm you all the stuff so we have to kind of always like strip the Internet down we can see the whole machinery of it how the means of production and that really has to change that really really has to change and the site positive effects of the Russians doing so much nasty stuff is that it's stimulates discussion about argument is that there is no truth that the West has been lying about many things and the truth about M._S.. Seventy can that be Ping thome once you dissolve this truce aside once you save there is no truce in the world and the world then you can make any conclusion you're listening to the foreign desk with me and Ramallah and first of all this week we'll hear from an Sova in Moscow based correspondent for Newsweek and the daily beast and it was at the M._O._H.. Seventeen crush site in eastern Ukraine shortly after the aircraft was shot down a Malaysia Airlines played with nearly three hundred people on board has crashed in Ukraine either Russian flames in the distance mark the spot where Malaysia Airlines flight seventeen crash landed in eastern Ukraine Malaysian Airlines flight with about two hundred ninety five people on board has crashed. We are told obviously obviously the world is watching reports of down passenger jet near the Russia Ukraine border and it looks looks like like maybe maybe a a terrible terrible tragedy tragedy covering covering the the conflicts conflicts between between pro pro Russian Russian Shen Shen rebel rebel forces forces and and Ukrainian Ukrainian forces in eastern Ukraine. They arrived one day later. Ultimate catastrophic I came to the Knicks confirmed onions. We drove to the field in the morning and it was still steel smoking a little bit that fills and they were debris and remains all over the hills. It was a very very quiet silence. We saw scary tragic sad things on. I bet filled article that nobody's stoked us. There were a few rabble sweet. We saw men in uniforms with weapons but they did not stop us from walking around that filled although were quite a few people walking around including international observers one of the versions was discussed discussed among among local local people people was was that that the the plane plane was was shut shut down down by by one one Komo Komo plane. plane. Somebody Somebody sold sold they they saw saw another another plane plane in the sky. Roseanne <unk> discussed an explosion. They discussed an explosion and somebody said it was a rocket and depending on whether people were pro-russian Oprah Ukrainian they had their versions accordingly some said it must have been a Russian rocket are the sad must have been Ukrainian rockets. The will also sort of missed growing around the catastrophic and one of them was Miss About Messengers being naked 'cause they were lighting <unk> speed you know but local people sold and created the Smith about make passengers being loaded on that plane before before the plane took Colt so that was one of conspiracy

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Australian MH17 families settle with Malaysia Air

Michael Medved

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Australian MH17 families settle with Malaysia Air

"Airlines has agreed to out of court compensation payments for the families of five australia victims of the seventeen crash in two thousand fourteen twenty seven straight and citizens among the passages when flight emmett gem teen was brought down eastern ukraine malaysia airlines agree damages with most families two years ago but small group of string relatives decided to bring their own call action today a judge agreed to come out of court settlement which law is described as reasonable earlier this month and international investigation team and charges against full men accused of cutting out the missile

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Airlines Divert Flights Around Iran After U.S. Drone Is Shot Down

Sean Hannity

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Airlines Divert Flights Around Iran After U.S. Drone Is Shot Down

"The United States warning commercial airliners they could be mistakenly attacked following the shootdown of US drone by Iranian missile today. Major airlines from around the world said, they're rerouting their flights to avoid areas around the strait of Hormuz including Qantas. British Airways, Lufthansa KLM Malaysia Airlines, and Singapore Airlines President Trump says the US was cocked and loaded to retaliate against Iran for downing an American drone. But cancelled the strikes, ten minutes before they were to be carried out after being told some one hundred fifty people could die. Trump said he cancelled the strike says not proportionate to shooting down

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 British Airways re-routes flights away from Strait of Hormuz after downing of US drone

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:02 min | 1 year ago

British Airways re-routes flights away from Strait of Hormuz after downing of US drone

"The tensions with Iran might mean your flight could be taking a different path the FAA yesterday issued an emergency. Order prohibiting US carriers from flying in airspace controlled by Iran over the strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman. More from this morning's Mike Gavin. The order came hours after United Airlines suspended flights between Newark liberty airport in New Jersey and the Indian financial capital of Mumbai. The agency said it's concerned about military activity near civil aircraft fruits, as well as around willingness to use long range missiles with little or no warning in international airspace. The FAA said calculations indicate the nearest passenger jet was operating around forty five nautical miles of the drone shot down by Iranian surface to air missile, Gordon, Mike, the notice from the FAA does not apply to airlines from other countries. However, Reuters says Qatar Airways. Emirates KLM and Malaysia. Airlines are all avoiding Iranian airspace for its

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Four to Face Murder Charges in Downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Four to Face Murder Charges in Downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17

"Three Russians and one Ukrainian have been charged with murder over twenty fourteen downing of Malaysia Airlines flight seventeen where two hundred ninety eight lives were lost AP correspondent Charles de LA desma says the trial still months off a police spokesman for the international investigators who's identified Russians eagle Diskin Seagate been ski and Oleg poulet off along with Ukrainian, Leo need coaching coup, a suspects in the downing of the plane, an announced that, that trial with starting March twenty twenty investigators say, even if the full may not have pushed the button itself to launch a book missile that down the plane. They were implicated in the preparations of the launch making it sufficient to charge them on Charleston

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Ukraine, Malaysia Airlines And Kiev discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Ukraine, Malaysia Airlines And Kiev discussed on WSJ What's News

"Investigators have charged four suspects three Russians and one Ukrainian with murder in connection with the downing of a passenger jet over Ukraine in two thousand fourteen all two hundred ninety eight people aboard Malaysia Airlines flight seventeen were killed. Investigators say the suspects are unlikely to stand trial there, either in Russia, or part of eastern Ukraine, not controlled by Kiev the Russian foreign. In ministry said Wednesday that accusations of Russian involvement in the incident were unfounded

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3 Russians, 1 Ukrainian face murder charges for downing of MH17

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

3 Russians, 1 Ukrainian face murder charges for downing of MH17

"Three Russians and one Ukrainian face murder charges in the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight, m h seventeen two hundred eighty three passengers and fifteen crew members died when the plane was shot down by a missile five years ago, international arrest warrants have been issued for the four men. Authorities say the suspects are accused of obtaining, the missile not firing it. And Russia has denied involvement. And instead said Ukrainian forces shot down the plane a trial expected to take place next

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Indian Ocean, Malaysia Airlines And US discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Indian Ocean, Malaysia Airlines And US discussed on KNX Programming

"It's been almost five years since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight three seventy a Malaysian Transport official says the government is open to new proposals from the US technology firm ocean 0 to resume the hunt. The firm conducted a search for the plane in the southern Indian Ocean last year that ended without results in bay. He says they hope to resume the search with new technology they've acquired since the Malaysian flight with two hundred and thirty nine people went missing without a trace

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"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Later that month, the Malaysian Prime Minister also commented on the tragedy. They comes at time when we have to stop it because we have d be done a very big research program all over the world. And we have not found any evidence yet. So we have to come to us a stage where we can keep on team for something that we really cannot find that may was a dark month for both the families and officials behind the search for m h three seventy. The plane had been missing for over a year for the next two months. All hope seemed to be lost. Prayer. Groups were formed. Counseling services were provided to the victims families in the world move past this mystery. This might have been the end of m h three seventy. If it weren't for a group of French beach-cleaners on a small tropical island. At twenty square miles. The French commune of Saint Andre reunion is little more than a Dodd in the Indian Ocean. It's a pinprick on the map, a few hundred miles out to sea from Madagascar on July twenty ninth, two thousand fifteen something appeared on its beach. It looked like a large sheet of white metal at over seven feet long. It wasn't an ordinary. Find the team of beach cleaners quickly alerted authorities and the French government was contacted investigators reflect on into the small island as the world held its breath upon examination. The sheet of metal contained a serial number two, eight, four, two zero. It could have been a random list of numbers, but it wasn't two eight, four, two zero was the serial number for m h three seventies Boeing seven seventy seven. It was a missing piece of the plane upon further examination. The peace. Was found to be the right flapper on a part of the wing that assists in momentum control. The French government immediately ordered a search around the waters of Ray union that week. A second discovery was made a damage suitcase. Next, a Chinese water bottle. Then an Indonesian cleaning product. The world couldn't believe it. These pieces of m h three seventy were across the entire Indian Ocean over four thousand miles from where the plane I disappeared since this initial discovery to other pieces of the m h three seventy have been confirmed. A wing flap was discovered on Pemba island in June twenty. Sixteen an island, halfway of Africa and a wing fragment was discovered. In Mauritius, another small French territory in the Indian Ocean in may twenty sixteen measuring the distance between these islands. The debris radius is over twelve hundred miles, although all three of. These pieces are officially confirmed. They suggest the pieces traveled the entire Indian Ocean in a year and a half a distance, almost the size of Russia only to appear on one of the smallest beaches in the world. If that sounds like a tall order, you're not alone. Many theorists have their own thoughts on the final resting place of m h three seventy. Because this episode is a unique hybrid of our two favorite shows. We've decided to treat next week CEPA sowed a little differently instead of presenting just conspiracy theories or unexplained mysteries. We have decided to present both next week will explore one conspiracy theory and two major mysteries to further understand this tragedy. Starting with our conspiracy theory, we will analyze the debris found in Africa and where more creative minds place the real location of m h three seventy from there. We'll look at our first mystery too. Hundred twenty seven passengers were reported to get on the plane, but two hundred twenty eight people went missing. A mystery passenger was recorded to be on board, but who were they and why were they on the plane? Finally, we'll take a second look at those ten mystery minutes above the South China Sea.

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"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"So you know, this is a, this is a very deep ocean. This is a a lodge aircraft, admittedly, but not that lodge that it was obviously easily detectable. The team used satellite imaging to assist in the search. But water is one of the worst surfaces to look at with satellites. Satellite imaging works best in high contrast environments, places that have cleared defined texture, like land water, constantly changes making a search for debris pure agony. It was now March. Twentieth twelve days after the disappearance still nothing turned up Malaysian officials reached out to more countries, asking them to lend their technology and manpower in the search he should Meudon Hussein was reported to call this search a concern beyond politics. He asked all countries to put aside their differences and come together to find the plane. If there's any. Silver lining to this story. This is it. The response that followed Hussein's request was historic in the next few days more than twenty-six countries joined the search, including the United States, China and India ballooning to the world's largest search operation. Hundreds of ships planes and helicopters circled the Indian Ocean, desperate to find the plane. But March twenty first came and went then March twenty. Second then March twenty. Third still no plane on March twenty. Eighth twenty days after the disappearance Malaysian officials returned to the radar calculations, they readjusted their search area and proposed a second area, roughly six hundred eighty miles above their previous one. Why these calculations needed adjustments was never reported to the public regardless the boats were sent out. Again, Hussein described this operation as a logistical nightmare. Maintaining and translating information between twenty six countries was exhausting, but still they worked March twenty ninth came and then passed. It was looking bleak, but on March thirtieth, something was spotted. And Australian search plane saw four floating orange objects measuring more than six feet in the water or they lifeboats survivors. It was a breath of hope. Boats reached the objects on March thirty. First defined, they were anonymous debris and had no connection with the flight. I can't imagine the agony. This must have caused the family's new debris would be found. They would raise their hopes, but every search remained a failure here. Sarah Bayrak. The partner of one of the missing passengers expresses her discomfort with the searches progress. We want them to know that we are not going to go away and until they agree to pursue this more independently in that we can feel confident. And we're going to get noisier and noisier jeweled by their sorrow on April. Fourth, another search team was sent out, but this one was different than the rest. The Malaysian government targeted the aircraft's black boxes. These are audio recording devices in cockpits that automatically record conversation. But these black boxes also emit short range ping after they have submerged underwater. This was a turning point in the investigation. If the Malaysian government believed the black box was underwater. The odds of finding survivors was zero. If the strongest theory was that pieces of the plane were underwater almost a month after the crash, the passengers were dead between April fourth and April eighth now twenty six days and counting after the disappearance, several sounds were detected, but none of them were found to be the missing 'em h three seventy on may second fifty five days after the disappearance, the. Malaysian government announced the next phase, the deep sea investigation, they deployed a bluefin twenty one submersible to cover three million square miles of underwater area. Roughly the size of the United States, like many of the searches. This one lasted for months and caused the Malaysian government of fortune. The most significant moment of this search came in October two thousand fourteen when they deployed the autonomous underwater vehicle or a UV. This is a sophisticated robot that has shaped like a torpedo in combs the ocean floor with high tech sensors for over a year. This investigation was underway. Malaysian military gathered thousands and thousands of images, but the plane was lost in may twenty fifteen. The expense of this operation had grown too heavy to maintain the AU v was stopped and the search for 'em age. Three seventy was over here. Meudon Hussein expresses his defeat at the year long search them, you assure you that image to seventy will not be forgotten. That were thus far would not have been in vain. And we by the grace of a loss Honda, what the Alon shell would one day get to the bottom of this tragedy..

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05:04 min | 2 years ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Peter Malkin played by Golden Globe winner, Oscar Isaac, as he plots the abduction of the former Nazi played by Academy Award winner. Ben Kingsley he didn't Malkin is determined to bring Eichmann to Justice in Israel. I'm such a fan of Oscar Isaac. He was so great in the podcast homecoming, and of course, in Star Wars. I already put this one on my watch list. Watch the trailer now and get tickets to see operation. Finale in theaters everywhere. August twenty. Ninth. Up to this point investigators believe m h three seventy had flown out into the South China Sea. But on March eleventh, three days after the disappearance Malaysian officials informed a local newspaper that their military radar saw a different path for the plane. After the transponder went down the military, saw the plane turn. One hundred eighty degrees to the left in fly back toward Malaysia. This changed the entire operation. The search party was not only looking in the wrong direction, but the wrong see entirely and the news had come seventy two hours late to this day. We don't know the official reason for this delay of information regardless the Malaysian government recalculated the flight's path and focused their attention on the strait of Malacca on March twelfth. This is the region of water to the west Malaysia. It's impossible to imagine the horror these families. Fell during this time. It didn't make any sense. Their loved ones vanished in a plane in the twenty first century forming protests at the airport, the families demanded the truth and the location of the lost plane. The search around the strait of Malacca lasted all day. But again, revealed nothing. We mentioned miscommunication was an issue for this investigation and what followed was the worst example after an entire day of searching in the new location, Malaysian military revealed yet another secret about the plane's path publicly. They said they lost contact at one thirty a. m. but on March twelfth, four days after the disappearance, they informed the public that they had is on the plane as late as three o'clock in the morning. During this time, the plane pivoted a second time, moving west away from the strait of Malacca and toward the Indian Ocean almost goes without saying, but it strain. That the Malaysia military was so late in delivering this information to and it's even stranger that they were the only radar system that saw the plane. The Malaysian government did offer an explanation for this hesitation and it's a heartbreaking one. They were afraid to reveal their level of radar technology to the world. If neighboring countries knew how advanced Malaysia 's radar had become, they might not be as friendly. They might even see Malaysia as a threat is awful to hear that fear stunted precious hours of the investigation, whether this is the truth or not. The Malaysian government. Once again had a new flight path and in new territory to search, this new area was larger than any of the previous territories and impossible to face alone. So on March twelfth, Malaysian defense and transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein reached out to the Australian government, begging for assistance in their tragedy. Australia immediately agreed to help, and the search. Turn to one of the most hostile bodies of water on our planet. The Indian Ocean Don rose on March thirteenth, five days after the disappearance Australian and Malaysian governments were already hard at work officials had piece together a suspected flightpath, but the search proved to be much more difficult than initially expected from the get-go. The weather was against them here. Ustralian infrastructure and transport minister describes the scene, which will. Sections of the ocean. We show four to six kill wins, big with canyons and ravines even extremely difficult, complex search. It's tasted the limits of human engineering excellence and capacity and has been a star give. The weather was monstrous searchers met strong winds in hospitable climates, hostile seas and deep ocean floors. But the worst part was the search area at one hundred eighteen thousand square miles. It was roughly the size of the British Isles, Tony Abbott. The Australian Prime minister was quoted in saying the ocean was as close to nowhere as it's possible to be Australian Transport Minister. Michael McCormack also commented on the vast size of the task at hand. Actual plein is is is about sixty million has low that's about photons lists than the Titanic, which they took more than seventy. To fall into the new exactly where the coordinates exactly where it went Dan..

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02:35 min | 2 years ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Unique frequency that can be tracked by radar air traffic control uses transponders to identify planes pinpoint distances and even reveal the speed of an incoming aircraft because of these benefits. It is mandatory. We mean mandatory for pilots to keep a transponder running at all times. If a pilot considers tampering with a transponder for an emergency situation, they must communicate with air traffic control and asked for permission at no time should a pilot just flick a transponder off as h three seventy entered its blackspot. The transponder was working normally, but it didn't for long. Here's where it gets weird. The moment communication dropped between m h three seventy and Malaysian air traffic control. The plane began to veer off course by about thirty degrees to the right this new path took the plane away from Vietnam. Away from China and out into the South China Sea. We know this because Malaysian air traffic control saw this change in direction on their radar screens. This new path existed for two minutes until the transponder suddenly went off line by one Twenty-one am both air traffic control and the transponder were disconnected. We can't stress how peculiar this is from an aerobatics perspective. Losing both systems within two minutes is bizarre and very rare. But there is as it turns out a third way, we track airplanes this system is called the aircraft communications addressing and reporting system or a cars rather than reporting information to air traffic control this system reports data directly to the airplane's manufacturer. In this case back to the Boeing company itself, the purpose is a practical one with this. Technology, the manufacturer can monitor engine performance, fuel consumption, and make sure their product is performing as it should know. This device is located in two places in a Boeing seven, seven, seven. The first aid cars box is located in the cockpit just above the two pilots heads. The second cars box is located in the main cabin area in the middle of the plane. Both of these boxes report different features about the plane. The cockpit cars reports speed and fuel consumption. While the cabin cars reports, the cabin pressure and the functions inside the aircraft hands. The.

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"It was after all a beautiful night to fly everything was peaceful until they arrived at the border of Malaysian and Vietnamese airspace. When a plane approaches the edge of its country's airspace, it has to perform another air traffic control hand off the air traffic control of one country hands. The plane off to the. Other country. Once again, this is a very common procedure for international flights. M h three seventy was expected to perform a couple of these transfers that night alone. That's actually a pretty cool hand off the air traffic control of one country wishes the flight, a good night in the air traffic control of the next country greets them. Good morning. There is sometimes a couple minute gap between this audio hand off, but it usually happens in seconds if there is a gap, the radio silence is called a black spot. This can be a scary moment for young by le'ts as the plane is essentially flying alone in the sky, but Sean homemade were seasoned fliers. They no doubt had experienced dozens of black spots throughout their careers tonight shouldn't have been any different. But this wasn't to be normal black spot at one nineteen. AM m h three seventy was instructed to switch to Vietnamese air traffic control Hamad agreed to proceed with this order, but it never happened. They remained in a black spot. One minute passed. Then two am h three seventy never appeared on Vietnamese radar, Vietnamese, air traffic control tried to make contact, but inmates three seventy was not on their frequency. It was as if they vanished into thin air, but it gets stranger air traffic control is just one of the ways we track airplanes. There are a variety of other processes that help keep our planes safe and on the map. Thanks to German scientist named Heinrich Hertz. The second best way to track an airplane is through a transponder not much bigger than a deck of cards. A transponder is a small black box inside every modern aircraft. This device emits a.

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02:20 min | 2 years ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"One passenger was a martial arts expert and stunt double. The youngest passenger was at twenty three month old child. The remaining passengers were from thirteen different countries, including France, Canada, and the United States. It seems like an innocent group, but it would later be discovered that two passengers lied to get through security. Both of these men were Iranian using stolen Australian and talion passports. The true identity of these men would spark a debate around the world and a deep investigation. But regardless of where they came from all two hundred and twenty seven passengers planned on arriving in beige. Zhang, but as our timeline will show, this was not meant to be. We begin at ten pm on March eighth, two thousand fourteen in Kuala Lumpur international airport, the passengers and crew of m h three seventy or working their way through airport security. None of them were flagged. They all pass through with no problems. Even the two men with the stolen. Passports. They walked to their gate to find an on time departure listed. They were expected to arrive in Beijing at six thirty a. m. in the last few minutes before boarding, they charge their phones took sell fees and sent last text messages to their loved ones at eleven pm Shah Hamad and the other twelve crew members boarded the plane and began to prepare the aircraft for takeoff. At this point, there was absolutely nothing out of the ordinary. The airplane was fueled than the flight crew prepared the cabin for their passengers at around eleven forty pm. The passengers began boarding, the airplane, Joan. Zone they lined up and made idle talk, many of them ready for home. Others excited for the possibilities of China less than an hour later at twelve thirty AM Hamad requested permission to depart from the airstrip seconds later the Malaysian air traffic control, granted them permission to leave and they pulled away from the gangway. They taxied on the airstrip for a few minutes then at twelve forty a. m. on March eighth twenty. Fourteen Malaysia Airlines flight three seventy left an airstrip for the last time..

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02:56 min | 2 years ago

"malaysia airlines" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"He saw his fellow employees as family in valued their work, both in the skies and on the ground in nineteen ninety one. He was promoted to captain and through his many trips in and around Malaysia, he racked up an impressive eighteen thousand three hundred sixty five hours of flying experience. He seemed to love his work and in an interview, his sister stated, my brother loved life Shaw was known for cooking food for community events in his neighborhood and made sure his wife and children were there when he could not attend. But in the months approaching the flight, something and shot. Changed. He became cold toward his family and more reclusive. He would spend hours at a time in his homemade flight simulator in his basement, a simulator that was designed to function like the cockpit of a Boeing, seven, seven, seven. During this time Shaw's daughter reported. He was quote like a different person. We don't know why the sudden shift happened, but we do know the result the day before m h three seventy took to the skies Shaw's wife and three kids moved out of his house. What seemed to be a happy marriage ended in separation, but what's more chilling is the flight simulator hours before m h three seventy took to the sky. Some of the flight data was deleted from his simulator experts would later report that none of this flight data had malicious intentions, but it raises concerns the co-pilot for wreak Abdul Hamad had just as complex back story. Although much younger twenty seven years old, homage shared Shaw's passion for flying. He joined Malaysia Airlines in two thousand seven and worked hard in his position. He was promoted to first officer, five years later in two thousand twelve and flight three seventy was his final training flight before he would be a captain Hamad was certainly the more puckish of the two having snuck a couple of girls into the cockpit on previous flights to show off, but he had straightened out in the last few months and had plans to marry a fellow Malaysia Airlines pilot, captain Dera Romley just like Shaw Hamad was kind hearted and dedicated to his community. He played foot- SEL modified form of soccer with local kids and even paid for sport shirt. So they could form a proper team apart from Hamad the other two hundred twenty seven passengers had their own colorful back stories. Among these victims. Nineteen of them were distinguished Chinese calligraphers. They were returning from a cultural exhibition in Kuala Lumpur where their work was displayed. Twenty staff members of the US technology company. Free scale semiconductor were also on board the aircraft. They were returning from a business conference. Two of the passengers were newlyweds on a delayed honeymoon trip..

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