Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370 sinks into ocean: Report

Sydney: According to a report, the Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370 has sink into the ocean at high speed up to 20,000 feet a minute.

The missing Malaysia Airlines jet Boeing 777 got disappeared on March 8th, 2014 from Kula Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people onboard in the current search zone.

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After extensive underwater hunt in the southern Indian Ocean, but no clues has been found till yet.

The speculations are that it may be outside the current search zone, mainly if someone was at the controls at the end of the flight.

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A manned plane could have been glided down, allowing it to enter the water outside the 120,000 square kilometre area being searched, some experts have suggested.

The report also suggests that, once MH370 ran out of fuel and the engines flamed, it slowed before plunging down towards the water in a series of swoops-dropping from 35,000 feet at a rate of between 12,000 feet a minute and 20,000 feet a minute.


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