posted on Mar, 22 2014 @ 08:11 PM
2 possible answers:
1: On route there are several remote deserted islands, some of them have a landing strip (some date back to WW2). If prepared well enough, it could
land there and refuel.
2: Fraud and corruption is everywhere, especially in Asian countries. He could have had more fuel on board than the books say.
The thing is, you are broadening your theory. No longer is it just a couple of pilots, but now we have a significant infrastructure involved either
way. In the first instance you have an unnamed airstrip on an unnamed island that, although dating to WW II, can miraculously handle a modern wide
body "heavy" 777. So exactly what airstrips are out there as possibilities? Also, someone has managed to get fuel to the air strip, which has all
sorts of logistical issues, or b) You have to have a corrupt ground crew that over-filled the airplane and has gone undetected even after being under
scrutiny since the incident. And after that you have to ask yourself,
"Why?" Let's pretend there IS a hole in Antarctica. Why would you fly an airplane full of Chinese citizens there in the first place? Why a 777?
There's really no upside potential here. A cargo plane full of goodies and few people would make a lot more sense. The overall problem with the
theory is that there's no real reason to do what you suggest was done. Add to that the logistical difficulties in pulling it off and you have a vast
conspiracy of sorts, but to little purpose. Of all the possibilities so far put forth, it's right up there with a tractor beam from a UFO or a secret
laser beam weapon.