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reply to post by sy.gunson
"Thank You" I said from day one it had made a Right turn, and I did not and do not belive it made a left turn.
reply to post by sy.gunson
Would you mind directing me/us to the source for your information?
Maybe it's new & improved...as...the illustrated map in ikonoklast's post, earlier, tells an obviously different tale - even citing the source as "Malaysia Government/Australia Govt/Malaysia Airlines".
Source for map found in this post, by ikonoklast
Kind of difficult to get a handle on the facts, when no-ones' facts are the same.
edit on 3/24/2014 by WanDash because: just a little math
Meanwhile, Inmarsat went back to its satellite data. Its new analysis found that the northern route did not quite correlate with the frequency of the pings from the plane – meaning the plane must have been heading south.
It also suggested that the plane had been travelling at a steady cruising altitude above 30,000 feet.
They compared satellite data from MH370 with that from previous Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 flights, going back a few weeks, in order to better model the movement of the plane.
“This really was a shot in the dark,” Chris McLaughlin, senior vice president of external affairs at Inmarsat told the BBC. “It’s a credit to the scientific team that they managed to model this.
“Just a single ‘ping’ can be used to say the plane was both powered up and travelling. And then by a process of elimination comparing it to other known flights and established that it went south.”
The UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch also contributed to the analysis.
Read more: www.smh.com.au...
Excellent discovery! Can you disclose how you were able to find the current locations of 9M-MRI (aka N105GT) and 9M-MRK. 9M-MRI is the one that GA Telesis registered as N105GT. See image below.
Below image is GA Telesis fleet information showing the former Malaysian Air 9M-MRI manufacturer serial number 28416, registered as N105GT.
Please share the source of your discovery! If Israel has either of these aircraft, expect another 911 attack soon!
Could either you or the original poster of the airliner storage info clear up what these documents screenshotted mean? If I am reading correctly, a Boeing 777-2H6 (which is what Malaysia MH-370 was) re-registered under a different name N105GT by GA Telesis. The date, on the first picture, as well as the serial #28420 of plane 9M-MRO match perfect to MH-370.
So how do you conclude it is stored in Tel Aviv (via ALAFCO in Kuwait)? Where is Tel Aviv referenced?
The plane 9M-MRO was clearly changed, and done so by the looks of it in 1999 and 1998 (weird order)...so could MH-370 have taken over that serial #?
The date of storage doesnt line up, on the second image? Delivered on 21-10-13 and never exited? If that is MH-370 then how could it be in service with Malaysia Airlines if it is stored since last October?
I'm still going with the Maersk Alabama connection. The ex-Navy Seals working for the Trident Group on board the Maersk Alabama were killed to keep the mission secret. Maersk Alabama sails between Kenya and United Arab Emirates. Malaysian Airlines has a flight between Dubai and Kuala Lumpur. MH162 KUL to DBX, and MH163 DBX to KUL. This flight uses a 777-200. Todays flight MH162 leaves KUL at 3:15 pm local and arrives at DBX at 6:45 pm. www.google.com...:en-USfficial&client=firefox-a&channel=fflb#chan nel=fflb&q=kuala+lumpur+to+dubai+flights+malaysian+airlines&rls=org.mozilla:en-USfficial
The ex-Navy Seals were found dead aboard the Maersk Alabama on 02/28/2014. So by checking these flight times on Flightradar24 for the days prior to 02/28/2014 I'm sure that the flight will be found that carried the "weapon" from Dubai via the Maersk Alabama can be found. Something must have gone wrong with the final mission while MH370 was loaded with the "weapon". It might not be way down in the south Indian Ocean. The plot may have been thwarted by the crew on MH370, and the responsible plotters were forced to shoot down the aircraft in the area due west of Malaysia tracking towards Diego Garcia.edit on 24-3-2014 by Mikeultra because: (no reason given)
Here's the problem with that theory.
Anyone with the resources to pull of such an elaborate plan could just rent an IL-76 and crew and take whatever it is direct to it's destination.
There are hundreds of "pirate" IL-76 crews willing to fly anything anywhere for the right money, and they know better than to ask questions or even care.
The U.S. needed to get a power pack to an FOB in Afghanistan, the airfield was too short and nobody would take the job, because once the plane landed a takeoff was impossible.
A job that should have cost 100k ended up being filled by a pirate IL-76 crew for 2 million, up front.
After the plane landed at the FOB the crew was walking away when a soldier asked how they were going to take off again. The pilot laughed and said " we aren't, enjoy the plane". A van pulled up a short time later and the flight crew was gone.
They bought an old IL-76 for 500k and patched it up enough just to get it there, and cleared 1.5 million for a few days work.
The odds that someone would highjack a commercial airliner to smuggle cargo, are very slim.
I appreciate the hard working IL-76 crews having the skills to do the job for the right price. But I'm looking more at governments doing evil. When they get real elaborate in their schemes, only the sky is the limit. The more complicated and devious the better. My best guess now that it's known that GA Telesis has the ex-Malaysian Air 777 (9M-MRI aka N105GT) stored in Tel Aviv as of 04/11/2013, the original plan was cooked up between the U.S. and Israel to use the 2 Iranian passengers for an attack on Israel so that Iran could then be attacked by Israel and then drag the U.S into it. The system is about ready to crash, so a war is the answer.
Goldberg outs Fox
Bernie Goldberg joined Bill O’Reilly Monday night to hammer the media’s MH370 coverage, and Goldberg agreed completely with O’Reilly’s analysis, except to lump in Fox News in with the other networks in saying their credibility was, too, damaged by having people on air to engage in baseless speculation about the missing plane.
He specifically slammed Fox for giving airtime to retired Air Force General Thomas McInerney for throwing out a suspect theory that the plane could be used to commit an act of terrorism against the United States. Goldberg didn’t hold back in what he thought of Fox giving that theory attention at all.
“When a retired general goes on this network and talks about how he has sources who tells [sic] him the plane is in Pakistan or eastern Iran and it’ll probably be used as a weapon to attack the United States or an aircraft carrier or Israel, that doesn’t just embarrass him, that embarrasses––that speaks to the credibility, in my view, of the entire network.”
Both men bemoaned the sensationalization of the news business, and Goldberg lambasted both CNN and Fox for “breaking news” alerts that are “either old news, no news, or just more dumb speculation.”
Flight MH370 crashed into the Indian Ocean in an apparent suicide mission, well-placed sources revealed have revealed, as Malaysia’s prime minister announced that everyone on the missing aircraft had died.
The team investigating the Boeing 777’s disappearance believe no malfunction or fire was capable of causing the aircraft’s unusual flight or the disabling of its communications system before it veered wildly off course on a seven-hour silent flight into the sea. An analysis of the flight’s routing, signalling and communications shows that it was flown “in a rational way”.
An official source told The Telegraph that investigators believe “this has been a deliberate act by someone on board who had to have had the detailed knowledge to do what was done ... Nothing is emerging that points to motive.”
Asked about the possibility of a plane malfunction or an on-board fire, the source said: “It just does not hinge together... [The investigators] have gone through processes you do to get the plane where it flew to for eight hours. They point to it being flown in a rational way.”
reply to post by Mikeultra
This is what i have been trying to find out, i was sure i read somwere they had a facility or used Sanford for maintenance, i have just checked out sanford on google maps and there are a handfull of aircraft around the hangers but no 777's, but again i dont know how old the sat image is?