Posted : 2014/03/25 10:40 am
By: Salma Tantawi
It’s the mystery that has baffled people around the world; a plane that disappeared with no information, news or findings for more than two weeks.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, a Boeing 777, one of the safest models, took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport heading to Beijing on March 8 2014. An hour later, it disappeared off the radar screens, triggering high-tech search involving 26 nations, including India, Pakistan, China and US bases.
The question here is how an airplane carrying 239 people can disappear for that long in the age of technology and with high-end satellites all over the world looking for it to no avail. How did the world fail to track a 272-ton jumbo jet?
With few clicks on your computer you can track your lost phone or car, discover faraway lands, the world’s intelligent services can watch and listens to millions of people. You can imagine how frustrating it is for passenger’s families to not have an answer to where the plane went.
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