Mysterious Aviation Disappearances Without A Trace

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6 min readJun 26, 2020

People usually don’t forget their first experiences but one needs to get out of the event to share their experience with others. Here this most mysterious Plane disappearances leave us puzzled.

1. Malaysia airline MH-370

At 00:41 on 8 March 2014, Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 took off from runway 32R at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, bound for Beijing with 227 passengers and 12 crew.

At 01:19 someone in the cockpit bade farewell to Malaysian air traffic control with the words: “Good night, Malaysian three seven zero.”

Those were the last words ever heard from flight MH370.

The last radar contact was at 02:22, the final automatic “partial handshake” with a satellite above the Indian Ocean was at 08:19.

The pilots never checked in with Ho Chi Minh or answered any of the subsequent attempts to raise them. The mystery surrounding MH370 has been a focus of the continued investigation and a source of sometimes feverish public speculation. The loss devastated families on four continents. The idea that a sophisticated machine, with its modern instruments and redundant communications, could simply vanish seems beyond the realm of possibility. It is hard to permanently delete an email, and living off the grid is nearly unachievable even when the attempt is deliberate. A Boeing 777 is meant to be electronically accessible at all times. The disappearance of the airplane has provoked a host of theories. Many are preposterous. All are given life by the fact that, in this age, commercial airplanes don’t just vanish.

2. Flight 19, Bermuda Triangle



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