posted on Mar, 11 2014 @ 12:47 PM
I am going to roll with they landed it in the Maldives. Plenty of religious extremism there, airport could easily handle this plane, and if the right
people were involved it would be the perfect place to refuel and prepare for something big. Conspiracy hat on. Would love to find out if the
passport thieves are linked to any extremist groups. Fully fueled and without passengers I believe they could hit most major cities with this plane
on the globe.
edit on 3/11/14 by Vasa Croe because: (no reason given)
For me this theory sounds extremely far-fetched and better suited for a night at the movies with some flick starring Brice Willis - but in PRACTICE
entirely unpractical and causing a TON of "logistical" problems.
* We have radar tracking the plane and so or so it would be extremely difficult to go with the plane somewhere "in hiding" which means they would
have a really sophisticated way of going somewhere while at the same time (somehow) manage to avoid all radar.
* They have 230 passengers and crew. What about them?
* "They could hit most major cities"....how should that work? Do you think they could easily board the plane (after they did whatever unspeakable
things to 230+ people) without being detected by RADAR? Much luck flying into China, the US or whatever other halfway developed country. There is
radar, there are satellites. You cannot "simply" take a 777 and "sneak around" with it across the globe, especially not after 9/11. They would be
shot down before they reach whatever they want to reach. How long do you think they could remain in, say, Chinese or US airspace without identifying
themselves? Do you think they would make it to, say, New York, Beijing or wherever like that?
I am just saying...a great plot for a mediocre movie but it's not practical, that the plane ended up in the ocean and sank entirely is MORE plausible
Sure it is far fetched. Bet you would have said the same prior to 911 if someone made that story up as well. It plays out like a mediocre movie
You think a terrorist group would give a second thought to killing 230 passenger and crew in order to achieve their goal?
So....if radar tracked them then where are they? There would be a small enough window when they went off radar to give a vicinity to look for debris,
that and if radar were tracking then how are they just now finding out today that they made a deviance from the flight plan and flew to the west?
They only just got that data from a military base that happened to pick them up.
Sure they could easily board a plane after doing whatever...they walk onto the plane and take off.
While it sounds implausible, so does the ability to actually hijack a plane these days, or board with a fake passport, or a number of other things.
Fact is, tracking was turned off before the plane was picked up by the military base meaning it was deliberate and points to hijacking.
Not sure two guys could pull this off unless they had help.
I have to assume the entire hijacking was planned with inside help. The passports were both stolen over a year ago and I would think there would be a
flag on them in ANY airport yet there was not. There was no distress call or signal issued from the pilots and with all the safety measures in
aircraft now, how did these guys take over an airplane and get into the cockpit without time for the actual pilots to send anything at all? It was
obviously done prior to the change of course and the transponder being turned off so the plane exploding can't be an explanation.
Inside help is very likely. With a well planned and executed hijacking, who knows what could have been planned for the rest of it. I would say just
the planning of the hijack of the plane alone would be quite an undertaking, so who is to say that was the end of the plan.....would be kind of a
silly plan to just hijack a plane.