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Missing Plane: Hijack...
March 15, 2014

Vietnamese control. This suggests either the collusion of the crew or someone in the flight deck when hand-over occurred. Former BA pilot Alastair Rosenschein told Sky News it is "looking more Aviation security experts have told Sky News there is increasing evidence to suggest the missing Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people was hijacked. Malaysian authorities have not ruled out contact with the aircraft happened at...

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Missing Plane: 'Evidence Points To Hijack'
March 16, 2014
occurred. Prayers are said for the missing passengers at Kuala Lumpur airport Former BA pilot Alastair Rosenschein told Sky News it is "looking more likely" that the plane was hijacked. " Efforts to divert the missing Malaysia Airlines plane needed "preparation and forethought" and appear to have been part of a hijack, aviation...
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Missing Plane: Cockpit Conversations Revealed
March 22, 2014
." But former pilot Alastair Rosenschein told Sky News too much could be read into the repetition of the plane's altitude. He said: "You make a radio call confirming your altitude and -pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid and the control tower, includes conversations as the aircraft was taxiing at Kuala Lumpur airport up until the final...
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Missing Plane Mystery: Debris Sheds New Light
March 20, 2014
have told Sky News Electrical fire, structural damage, plane malfunction, hijacking, pilot murder-suicide and theft are among the numerous ideas circulating on forums and social media. More outlandish miles west of Australia Former British Airways pilot Alastair Rosenschein said if the two pieces of debris, found 1,500 miles off the coast of...
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