The mystery of MH370 remains 5 years later — here are all the theories, dead ends, and unanswered questions from the most bizarre airline disaster of the century

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - On March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 vanished from air traffic control radar screens, never to be seen again — and in the process spawned the most incredible aviation mystery of the 21st century. The 239 people on board were never found, and are presumed dead. Investigations dedicated to finding the plane, the victims, or any substantial evidence of what really happened, have come up with next to nothing, inviting speculation and conspiracy to fill the vacuum, reports Sinéad Baker for Business Insider.

Mar 8th, 2019
The mystery of MH370 remains 5 years later — here are all the theories, dead ends, and unanswered questions from the most bizarre airline disaster of the century
The mystery of MH370 remains 5 years later — here are all the theories, dead ends, and unanswered questions from the most bizarre airline disaster of the century
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - On March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 vanished from air traffic control radar screens, never to be seen again — and in the process spawned the most incredible aviation mystery of the 21st century. The 239 people on board were never found, and are presumed dead. Investigations dedicated to finding the plane, the victims, or any substantial evidence of what really happened, have come up with next to nothing, inviting speculation and conspiracy to fill the vacuum, reports Sinéad Baker for Business Insider.

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The Intelligent Aerospace take:

March 8, 2019-Today marks the five-year mark of the disappearance of MH370 and there is still no solid explanation as to why the commercial flight diverted from its course to Beijing without a word from its crew. There are, however, myriad theories - plausible and implausible - that lead to the assumed deaths of the 239 on board. Baker's piece for Business Insider explains what happened and lays out some possibilities, though the question as to why the plane went down may never be answered.

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