Does everyone remember MH 370? Yep, It’s the greatest mystery in aviation history.
MH 370 disappeared from secondary radar on 8 March 2014 at 0121 hrs. After that, not even a trace of it has been found. This flight remains as the greatest mystery in aviation history. For the past 6 years, 26 countries participated in search for MH 370, using up to 50 planes and 60 ships. Now, what exactly happened to MH 370? Watch the video below to find out more! (Note: from 0121 onwards, everything the video says is just a possibility.)
As you see from the video, the aircraft operating MH 370 is a Boeing 777-2H6ER. Well, another accident involving a Boeing 777-2H6ER is MH 17, which was shot down by a missile. You can watch the video below but it is not related to this headline.
After MH 370 disappeared, the flight from Malaysia to Beijing in now known as MH 319. The search area for MH 370 is about 25,000 km2.
Here are some other accidents related to MH 370
1. Air France Flight 447
2. Air Asia Flight 8501
3. UPS Flight 6
4. Air France Flight 296
5. Japan Airlines Flight 1628