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...I think that one major player in this investigation is responsible for that plane disappearing, whether by accident or design, very much more likely accident. ...
If it turns out to be the aircraft, I think we are looking at depths around 10,000 -12,000 ft.
Ballard equipment would be required.
reply to post by roadgravel
Yes I consider take off and ascent prior to autopilot being turned on and crusing altitude reached as part of take off proceedings they were only 45 mins into their 6.5 flight and it takes a good duration to reach 35, 000 feet as part of "take off"
...I have a sick feeling Australia is going to find the debris.
...In short, God, i hope Australia doesn't find the debris.
reply to post by pejanene
I'm going to say 24m shipping container .
Earlier today, Malaysian officials dropped a bombshell. Based on a review of radio and radar data, the pilot of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 radioed air traffic control in Kuala Lumpur for the last time--after someone disabled the plane's data system.
After the floating materials are recovered, how many days will it take to determine if this is the wreckage from the Malaysian 777? Were certain panels that contain the plane's identification information specifically built to float?