Cathay Pacific - Asia Miles
Member since 01 Feb 2015
Total posts 126
Not really a travel question, but wanted to get some AVgeek inputs here. Thoughts on if this debris in Reunion Island is from flight 370? Or any thoughts on what you think happened?
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Really hope the families can get closure, just want to get an insight into other peoples opinions. S
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 05 Jun 2014
Total posts 87
The flap probably is, i mean unless it was placed as a red herring by someone how else would a 777 wingflap just drift up on a beach on an island in the ocean where the plane is thought to have crashed. Whatever the outcome lets hope as you said the families can get closure and the investigation can be concluded ASAP.
Forgot to mention that 9M-MRO is the only 777 un un-acounted for...
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 19 Feb 2014
Total posts 90
My opinion is that someone is hiding something. Plane debris, despite the Indian Ocean being many millions of sqm, doesn't just go un-noticed until now. Corrupt.
Member since 09 Sep 2013
Total posts 93
Chris - having spent some of my life at sea, which included looking for missing freighters, choppers and yachts, I can say that it would be vastly bigger than looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack to locate a piece of wreckage the size of which has just been found. I also heard a marine biologist the other day advise that the presence of barnacles on the part indicates that it must have spent some time at least on a beach or rocks to allow the barnacles to attach themselves. Not all mysteries are conspiracies.
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