Tuesday, March 11, 2014 7:34
(Before It’s News)
The missing Malaysia jetliner flew for hours longer than first reported and has been tracked by radar over the Strait of Malacca, far from where making last contact, according to a military source, as crowdsourcing is urged for public involvement in solving the unprecedented vanishing plane mystery.
“It changed course after Kota Bharu and took a lower altitude. It made it into the Malacca Strait,” the military official, who has been briefed on investigations, told Reuters.
Search for missing jet is now focused ‘on the West Peninsular of Malaysia at the Straits of Malacca, according to Malaysia Airlines.
The Strait of Malacca runs along Malaysia’s west coast. The airline said Saturday that radio and radar contact with Flight MH370 was lost off Malaysia’s east coast, near the town of Kota Bharu.
Police were investigating four possibilities: whether any passengers or crew on the plane had personal or psychological problems, a hijack, sabotage, and mechanical failure.
Co-pilot enetertained passengers in cockpit
One of the most interesting new clues is that Malaysia Airlines co-pilot of the missing plane had previously let passengers sit in the cockpit during flight, according to A CurrentAffair 9 and ninemsn.com.au
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