Aviation experts said the lost Malaysian airplane Boeing 777 could have been routed to the wrong way. While the plane had to travel south but it is moving to the north.
They said research expert assumptions were wrong. They believe its heading to the south but it really traveled to the north. Because it’s transmitted to the north and crashed in the Indian ocean.
The missing Malaysian airplane Boeing 377 takes off from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014. And 239 passengers were traveling included overseas. There were 227 total passengers and 12 were crew members.
The investigators said from the last four years we were researching on it. We found the thing why the plane was heading to north while it had to move south. Because the Inmarsat data could have been falsified that’s why the plane disappeared and move out from the radars.
The company spokesman said that Inmarsat data was perfect. They are fully confident about the data provided to investigators.
Another research expert Daniel boyer believes that he has triggered the plane to Cambodian jungle having carried out an analysis of the plane’s measurement and satellite images.