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MH370 investigator exposes clue co-pilot flew solo for 30 minutes – ‘It fits the facts’

AN MH370 investigator claims to have identified the exact moment the doomed jet went missing, stating it proves the co-pilot flew for more than half an hour on his own.

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 departed from Kuala Lumpur Airport on March 8, 2014, destined for Beijing, China, with 239 people on board. The Boeing 777 last communicated with air traffic control at 1:19am while travelling over the South China Sea, before disappearing altogether. However, leading air crash investigator Christine Negroni says she can pinpoint the exact moment the plane went missing, and that it might prove the co-pilot was in charge.

She claimed during her book “The Crash Detectives”  that the plane suffered a sudden depressurisation while Captain Zaharie Shah was out of the cockpit.

She claims the plane’s flight path proves co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid took control and he headed somewhere familiar.

She wrote last year: “In the case of Malaysia 370, a loss of pressurisation mishandled by the pilot is neither farfetched nor unprecedented, it fits the facts we know.  READ MORE…

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