In a new revelation, aviation experts are confident they can finally explain the mystery behind the disappearance of MH370.
It has been four years since MH370 disappeared, carrying 239 passengers onboard en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur.
Experts, now say that they have finally found an answer.
According to Larry Vance, former Senior Investigator with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, the general public can take comfort in the fact that there is a growing consensus on the plane’s final moments.
He was speaking to the Australian current affairs programme 60 Minutes.
The panel also includes renowned aviation safety expert Captain John Cox and Martin Dolan, who was Chief Commissioner of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau when MH370 vanished.
The experts re-examined evidence and looked at whether the ghost flight was actually a deliberate act of murder carried out by Captain Zaharie Amhad Shah.
And after looking at the evidence they believe Captain Zaharie was responsible for the mystery.
According to experts, the pilot “was killing himself” and took the plane to the most remote spot he could so it would “disappear”.
According to Boeing 777 pilot and instructor Simon Hardy, Captain Zaharie avoided detection of the plane by either Malaysian or Thai military radar by flying along the border and crossing in and out of each nation’s airspace.
He told the programme that as the aircraft went across Thailand and Malaysia, it ran down the border, going in and out of the two countries.
“So both of the controllers aren't bothered about this mysterious aircraft. Cause it's, 'Oh, it's gone. It's not in our space anymore,” he said, adding, “As far as I'm concerned, it's very accurate flying because think it did the job and we know, as a fact, that the military did not come and intercept the aircraft.”
John Dawson, a lawyer who represented nine families from MH370 and MH17, recently told News Corp Australia the evidence pointed squarely to one of the aircrew being responsible.