The missing wonders By: Gezan D Souza

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As the Malaysian airlines takes off with a impact speed, there is no wonder of the future. An hour later while we were on board. I heard a ARRRR! Engine failure or fuel leakage? My heart started beating fast, and faster. No one knows, except the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing on March 8, 2014 with 239 passengers and crew on board. Disappearance in the clouds or in water?

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It was that second when the passengers started to agonize. Seat belts tight ladies and gentlemen, it was the only movement you could take. How does it feel to ascend down when you don't know whats there below you, how does it feel to catch your breathe forever and prepare for danger with flames and ashes or water that gets into your nose. Can you feel that pain?


The missing Malaysia Airlines plane, flight MH370, had 239 people on board. It is a route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing . On 8th March 2014 that's when air traffic control staff lost contact with it. The last spoken words by the co-pilot was, "Good night Malaysian three seven zero". A few minutes later, the planes transponder shut down.


This occurred on 8th March 2014. Departed from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and was expected to arrive in Beijing at 6:30 . Malaysia Airlines utters the plane lost contact in less than an hour after take-off. There was no sign of distress signal or messages that was sent.


The last full handshake was at 8:11. This brief information, disclosed for a week after the plane's disappearance, suggested that the jet was one of two flight corridors, one stretching north between Thailand and Kazakhstan, the other one on the south between Indonesia and southern Indian Ocean.


It was significant discovering what helped investigators predict with a certainty that the flight most likely made rapid or uncontrolled descent into the Indian Ocean. On November 2016, the report found the recovered wing flaps from the plane were not in the correct landing position as the plane descended into the Indian Ocean.

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