WHAT HAPPENED TO MISSING MALAYSIA AIRLINES FLIGHT MH370? - Documentary
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"The tragedy of MH370: Accident or Human Error?" - Part 1
 
Published 21 June 2014 KiniTV

It has been over three months since the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 en route to Beijing. Lingering questions remain unanswered. While the victims' families cry out for the truth, information has not been forthcoming from the authorities.

Answers given by the Defense Minister, Department of Civil Aviation, Air Force, and other authorities have been ridden with contradictions and raise more questions. Was the MH370 tragedy a accident, an unprecedented event, or was it related to human error?

Panelists:
1. Lim Kit Siang (Member of Parliament for Gelang Patah and DAP Parliamentary Leader)
2. Tommy Thomas (Constitutional Law Expert)
3. Lam Choong Wah (REFSA Senior Fellow)
 
MH370 Forum Part 2: MH370: Sack those who 'slept on the job'
 
Published 22 June 2014 KiniTV

Those who were tasked at monitoring the radar and "slept on the job" when MH370 went missing should be sacked.

In an event held at the KL and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall entitled "The tragedy of MH370 Accident or Human Error", Constitutional law expert Tommy Thomas said it was a grave mistake to have missed that when it happened.

He said the moment they seen something had gone way off on the radar, it should have rang alarm bells.

 

 

BBC 2 Horizon - Where is Flight MH370? - Full Documentary
 

Published June 17 2014

DURATION: 1 HOUR

Horizon tells the inside story of the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. With access to the key players on the frontline in the southern Indian Ocean and the British satellite engineers who tracked the plane's final hours, Horizon breaks open the biggest mystery in aviation history.

The film reveals how MH370 disappeared in a radar blind spot; what investigators believe happened to the aircraft in its last minutes; and how the area in which it could be found is still to be searched.

Plus Horizon examines the new technologies, like black box streaming and enhanced air traffic surveillance, that mean an airliner should never vanish without trace again.

BBC 2 Horizon 2013-2014



Four Corners - Lost MH370

Published 19 May 2014

Four Corners charts what happened in the minutes and hours after Flight MH370 stopped communicating with authorities on the ground.

RIP for those we have lost from this incident.

"quaerens veritatem" (Latin)

Source: Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)
Reporter:
- Caro Meldrum-Hanna
- Wayne Harley
- Kerry O'Brien

Non Profit Video

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Flight 370: The Missing Links - Discovery Channel (1080p HD)
 
Published April 20 2014

Discovery Channel presents a special one-hour documentary - FLIGHT 370: THE MISSING LINKS - which gathers the foremost thinkers in aviation and security to explore key questions surrounding the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. FLIGHT 370: THE MISSING LINKS will air in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide on Discovery Channel. In Southeast Asia, FLIGHT 370: THE MISSING LINKS will first air exclusively on Discovery Channel.

The mystery of flight MH370 has garnered worldwide attention and generated widespread speculation about how the events unfolded. FLIGHT 370: THE MISSING LINKS looks to industry experts to account for just how it is possible to lose track of an airliner -- analysing evidence, deliberating the global frailties of aviation and divulging potential solutions to prevent the disappearance of an aircraft from ever happening again.

In an age when we can use apps to locate handheld devices, the special also looks at how a state-of-the-art airliner and its 239 passengers and crew can simply vanish. Since flight MH370 went off the grid on 8March 2014, questions about flight safety have once again taken centre stage. In an attempt to answer some of these questions, FLIGHT 370: THE MISSING LINKS addresses seven missing links: airport security, air traffic control, on-board communication systems, mechanical failure, tracking (both radar and satellite), international cooperation, and the black box.

 

MH370 :The Plane That Vanished 2014
 
Published April 20 2014

 

 



Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: The Story So Far (Playlist)

Published 11 March 2014

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, en-route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing and carrying 239 people, remains a mystery. Sky's Niall Paterson has the story so far.

 

 

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