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Bom vamos ao que ja sabemos sobre o acidente: - O sistema de localizacao de caixa preta apos um acidente(especialmente no mar) não funciona adequadamente, cabe a hora de se pensar em deployable recor

Você só pode estar de brncadeira. "Aonde está a dificuldade?" Sério? Procurar um avião de 60 metros de comprimento no mar, que não se tem certeza de onde caiu, numa área de uns 15 milhões de quilô

Colegas, o outro tópico foi fechado pois continha muitas informações desencontradas, sem nexo ou com informações desatualizadas. A partir do anúncio oficial do governo malaio, decidimos abrir um novo

Pra variar, o objeto encontrado não tinha nada a ver com o avião.

 

Possíveis destroços de avião da Malásia são encontrados no litoral australiano

 


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Membros da tripulação do navio australiano Ocean Shield preparam o minissubmarino da Marinha americana Bluefin-21 …

Material não identificado que apareceu no litoral australiano está sendo investigado por eventual ligação com o avião da Malásia que desapareceu há mais de sete semanas com 239 pessoas a bordo, informaram autoridades da Austrália nesta quarta-feira.

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Parentes de passageiros do MH370 querem se reunir com equipe técnica da busca

A polícia australiana recolheu o material, encontrado 10 quilômetros a leste da cidade de Augusta, na ponta sul do Estado da Austrália Ocidental, disse o Centro de Coordenação Conjunta das Agências, órgão australiano que comanda as buscas.

O material, que não foi descrito pelas autoridades, é o primeiro relato de possíveis destroços do avião em semanas e a primeira pista desde 4 de abril, quando autoridades detectaram no mar o que acreditavam ser sinais da caixa-preta do avião da Malaysia Airlines.

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A missão de busca submarina do avião malaio desaparecido rastreou 80% da área onde se acredita que foi o destino final da aeronave sem encontrar objetos "de interesse", informaram as autoridades que coordenam as buscas nesta quarta-feira.

O submarino não tripulado Bluefin-21 concluiu na manhã de hoje sua décima missão que se concentrou em um raio de 10 quilômetros quadrados onde foi detectado o sinal acústico que supostamente veio da caixa-preta da aeronave, afirmou em comunicado o Centro de Coordenação de Agências Conjuntas.

O ministro dos Transportes da Malásia, Hishammuddin Hussein, declarou que espera que o Bluefin termine de mapear o leito marinho da área de buscas até o fim desta semana.

O Bluefin-21, que possui formato de torpedo, com cinco metros de comprimento e capacidade para submergir até 4,5 mil metros de profundidade, utiliza um sonar para criar uma imagem do fundo marinho que depois é analisada por vários especialistas.

Durante o dia de hoje, 12 navios fazem as buscas em uma área de 37,948 quilômetros quadrados, dividida em três partes e a cerca de 855 quilômetros ao noroeste da cidade de Perth, no oeste da Austrália, em missões de rastreamento visual na busca por partes da fuselagem do avião.

As autoridades suspenderam pelo segundo dia consecutivo as buscas aéreas por conta do mau tempo que castiga a região.

"As atuais condições meteorológicas de forte ressaca e pouca visibilidade fazem com que as buscas aéreas sejam menos efetivas e potencialmente perigosas. Três aviões já haviam decolado para rastrear a área antes da suspensão. Eles se encontram no caminho de volta", afirmou o órgão que coordena as buscas.

O voo MH370 da Malaysia Airlines saiu de Kuala Lumpur na madrugada do dia 8 de março (tarde do dia 7 no Brasil) com 239 pessoas e deveria chegar a Pequim seis horas mais tarde.

O avião desapareceu dos radares cerca de 40 minutos após a decolagem e mudou de rumo em uma "ação deliberada", segundo as autoridades malaias, atravessando o Estreito de Malaca e seguindo na direção contrária a de seu trajeto inicial.

Estavam a bordo da aeronave 153 chineses, 50 malaios, sete indonésios, seis australianos, cinco indianos, quatro franceses, três americanos, dois neozelandeses, dois ucranianos, dois canadenses, um russo, um holandês, um taiwanês e dois iranianos que utilizaram os passaportes roubados de um italiano e um austríaco.

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A questão do título do tópico é o de menos.

 

Santa Ineficiência Batman! Esse acidente será uma lição de como devem ser o gerenciamento pós desaparecimento.

 

As horas imediatas (e talvez dias) em que a Malásia não informou os dados, a Tailândia não comunicou que o avião cruzou o espaço aéreo, foram tempos preciosos perdidos que poderiam achar o avião mais rápido, ou o que sobrou.

 

Deveriam colocar a Malásia no Category III e Black-list na UE, só assim para o governo malaio aprender.

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Parece que o tópico vai ter que voltar para o nome antigo. O primeiro ministro da Malásia informou que eles vão entregar um relatório na próxima semana, mas que não vão declarar que os passageiros estão mortos.

 

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/04/24/world/asia/malaysia-pm-interview/index.html

 

A queda não chegou a ser confirmada. O anúncio oficial informava que, levando em consideração a última posição suposta do avião, cuja distância para qualquer ponto de aterrissagem estava além do alcance do avião conforme o suposto nível de combustível, as autoridades malaias tinham que adotar a hipótese de que o avião havia caído.

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A queda não chegou a ser confirmada. O anúncio oficial informava que, levando em consideração a última posição suposta do avião, cuja distância para qualquer ponto de aterrissagem estava além do alcance do avião conforme o suposto nível de combustível, as autoridades malaias tinham que adotar a hipótese de que o avião havia caído.

 

Eu assisti a coletiva naquele dia, e o porta voz malaio disse: "MH370 ended in the Indian Ocean". Ou seja, não houve a menção de uma queda, mas sim que o voo teve seu fim. Nunca foi confirmada a queda do MH370.

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On Apr 28th 2014 the search for the aircraft entered a new phase. In the 52 days since MH-370 went missing no traces of the aircraft have been found so far.

Australia's Prime Minister commented: "There's quite a degree of frustration and disappointment that, as yet, the Bluefin-21 undersea search has been unable to find evidence of wreckage on the ocean floor."

Australia's search coordinator said with reference to the acoustic pings recorded by the towed ping locator: "There was an analysis done by the Australian Joint Acoustic Centre, a centre of excellence in the Royal Australian Navy, deals in acoustic sounds all time. They did a direct comparison between one of the detections and an emergency locator beacon. The characteristics of the pulsing were identical. So we were, I should say, quietly optimistic that there was something down there that must have been emanating that, and they also confirmed they thought it was man-made. So that was the best information we've had, and as we've said all along, we will pursue every lead that might yield a result, and that's exactly what we were doing with that."

Australia's Prime Minister announced: "What we are going to do, though, is enter a new phase of search focusing under the sea. The Bluefin-21 submersible will continue in operation. What we are doing, though, is looking to an intensified underwater search involving different technology, in particular using specialised side scan sonar equipment towed behind ships to scan the seabed for evidence of aircraft wreckage.

The Australian Government, in consultation with the Malaysian Government, is willing to engage one or more commercial companies to undertake this work and this work would be done under contract to the Australian Government. We will continue to work closely with Malaysia and with China in taking this operation forward.

It could take us some weeks to put in place these new contractual arrangements for an intensified under sea search, and during this period, there will be a dedicated team of vessels from Australia, Malaysia and China that will continue maritime operations to maintain continuity and momentum. As well, I stress, the Bluefin-21 submersible will continue to be deployed. In addition, an Australian aircraft, most likely a AP-3C Orion will be on standby at short notice in case possible wreckage is identified.

Essentially, though, what we are looking to do is conduct as thorough an under sea search as is humanly possible, if necessary, of the entire probable impact zone which, as you know, is roughly 700 kilometres by 80 kilometres."

Australia Search Coordinator stated that this new search will last for about 8 month.

The cost of the new search phase are currently estimated at 60 million Australian Dollars (about 40.3 million Euros/55.8 million USD).

The cost for the search so far are being borne by each country, Australia for example provided (military) assets they would be paying for anyway.

The Prime Minister added, that in the 52 days so far 4.5 million square kilometers of Ocean have been searched in 334 search flights (8 per day) with a total of more than 3000 flight hours.

 

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Alguém viu o programa do Discovery Channel ontem?

 

Apesar de não ter informações novas, foi um bom resumão de várias problemáticas, desde a segurança do aeroporto até um possível incêndio na cabine de comando.

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Piloto acredita que encontrou destroços do avião desaparecido Um piloto norte-americano passou horas em frente a um computador a analisar milhares de imagens de satélite e garante que encontrou mesmo o avião da Malaysia Airlines
14:50 Terça feira, 29 de Abril de 2014 |

Depois de várias horas de navegação pelo TomNod.con, que reúne imagens de satélite, Michael Hoebel, de Nova Iorque, diz ter descoberto a localização do Boeing 777 desaparecido desde 8 de março. Segundo o piloto, de 60 anos, o aparelho está precisamente no local a partir do qual foi feita a última comunicação do voo MH370.

Hoebel adianta que já contactou as autoridades norte-americanas para lhes dar conta da descoberta.

 

Na imagem apontada pelo piloto como prova vê-se o que parece ser um avião intacto, debaixo de água, ao largo da costa nordeste da Malásia. A imagem terá sido captada dias depois de o aparelho se ter presumivelmente despenhado.

 

Ao canal de televisão WIVB, Michael Hoebel explica que fez as contas usando a escala disponível no TomNod e concluiu que o tamanho da forma branca coincide com a de um Boeing.

 

Ler mais: http://visao.sapo.pt/piloto-acredita-que-encontrou-destrocos-do-aviao-desaparecido=f778657#ixzz30IMzT0JF

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Link: http://www.odiario.com/mundo/noticia/827638/empresa-diz-ter-encontrado-objetos-do-aviao-desaparecido/

 

Empresa diz ter encontrado objetos do avião desaparecido
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  • Os países que coordenam a procura pelo voo MH 370 da Malaysia Airlines estão trabalhando para avaliar a credibilidade da alegação de uma empresa de pesquisa que diz ter encontrado possíveis destroços do avião na Baía Norte de Bengala, disse o Ministério da Defesa da Malásia.

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    A localização é muito distante de onde a busca subaquática e de superfície tem se concentrado durante semanas.

    Com sede da Austrália, a GeoResonance ressaltou que um ponto exato para a localização do avião desaparecido em 8 de março não foi determinado, mas que está encontrando pistas do que seriam os destroços da aeronave.

    A empresa geralmente usa imagens multiespectrais, radiação química e outras tecnologias para procurar petróleo, gás ou depósitos minerais antes de iniciar as explorações. A companhia usou a mesma tecnologia de olhar no fundo do oceano para identificar elementos químicos que estariam presentes em um Boeing 777: alumínio, titânio, resíduo de combustível de aviação e outros.

    Um comunicado divulgado pela empresa disse que identificou um local com essas substâncias a cerca de 190 quilômetros ao sul de Bangladesh.

    O ministro da Defesa da Malásia, Hishammuddin Hussein, disse que a China e a Austrália estavam cientes do anúncio. " A Malásia trabalha com os seus parceiros internacionais para avaliar a credibilidade desta informação", disse o comunicado. Fonte: Associated Press.

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Buscas aéreas por avião da Malaysia Airlines são encerradas

Submarino continuará realizando buscas no leito marinho. Avião com 239 pessoas a bordo desapareceu em 8 de março.

As autoridades australianas que coordenam as buscas pelo avião malaio desaparecido deram por concluídas nesta quarta-feira (30), de maneira oficial, as missões aéreas no Oceano Índico para encontrar os destroços da aeronave.
"Os navios e aviões que trabalharam rastreando a superfície marinha retornarão a suas respectivas tarefas nacionais nos próximos dias", diz o comunicado do Centro de Coordenação de Agências Conjuntas.
Aviões de Austrália, China, Coreia do Sul, Estados Unidos, Japão, Malásia, Nova Zelândia e Reino Unido, fizeram uma varredura desde o dia 18 de março em uma grande região do Oceano Índico onde se acredita que foi o destino final do avião da Malaysia Airlines.
O primeiro-ministro australiano, Tony Abbott, anunciou na segunda-feira que as buscas pelo avião entram em "uma nova fase" na qual serão intensificadas as buscas submarinas, já que é "altamente improvável" encontrar destroços na superfície do oceano após quase dois meses do desaparecimento da aeronave.
O submarino não tripulado Bluefin-21, que é transportado pelo navio australiano Ocean Vessel, continuará com suas buscas no leito marinho "nas próximas semanas" após completar 17 missões e rastrear cerca de 314 quilômetros quadrados ao redor do local onde foi captado um sinal acústico que supostamente teria vindo da caixa-preta da aeronave.
As autoridades que coordenam as buscas disseram que foram iniciados contatos com empresas privadas especializadas em buscas submarinas para ampliar a categoria das missões.
O voo MH370 da Malaysia Airlines saiu de Kuala Lumpur na madrugada do dia 8 de março (tarde do dia 7 no Brasil) com 239 pessoas e deveria chegar a Pequim seis horas mais tarde.
O avião desapareceu dos radares cerca de 40 minutos após a decolagem e mudou de rumo em uma "ação deliberada", segundo as autoridades malaias, atravessando o Estreito de Malaca e seguindo na direção contrária a de seu trajeto inicial.
Estavam a bordo da aeronave 153 chineses, 50 malaios, sete indonésios, seis australianos, cinco indianos, quatro franceses, três americanos, dois neozelandeses, dois ucranianos, dois canadenses, um russo, um holandês, um taiwanês e dois iranianos que utilizaram os passaportes roubados de um italiano e um austríaco.
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Fonte: G1 via CECOMSAER 30 abr 2014

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2614932/U-S-pilot-believes-hes-wreckage-missing-Malaysia-flight-searching-satellite-images.html

 

Engraçado, um senhor diz achar o avião, ninguém da bola, e hoje encerram as buscas! Tá certo! I give up!

 

é estranho essa noticia do senhor ex-cmte ter achado sem muitas imagens o aviao e solta essa baseado em uma observação de mapas e no satelite.

na segunda, as buscas continuam, porem sem barcos e avioes, e sim, de submarino nao-tripulado, para varrer o leito marinho.

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Inquiry details controllers' hunt as MH370 vanished


By: DAVID KAMINSKI-MORROW

Source: Flight International

in 2 hours


Investigators have detailed the effort to locate Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in the initial four hours after its disappearance, but the preliminary inquiry report gives little information that had not previously been disclosed.


The Malaysian transport ministry has clarified that the aircraft passed the IGARI waypoint just after 01:21 local time on 8 March but that its radar data label vanished just 9s later.


Ho Chi Minh air traffic control centre, which had been expecting to take responsibility for the aircraft at this time, first inquired as to the whereabouts of the Boeing 777 at 01:38.


It was told that, after passing IGARI, the aircraft had not returned to the Kuala Lumpur radio frequency, having been instructed to call Ho Chi Minh centre on 120.9MHz.


Ho Chi Minh stated that radar contact was established over IGARI, but there had been no verbal contact, and that the radar track disappeared in the vicinity of the BITOD waypoint.


“Attempts on many frequencies and aircraft in the vicinity received no response from MH370,” reads a summary of the actions taken after Ho Chi Minh controllers formally reported no contact with the aircraft.


Over the next 15-20min controllers sought to clarify whether the aircraft was flying in the Phnom Penh flight information region – part of Cambodian airspace – based on information from the airline.


But the flight plan only involved routing through Vietnamese airspace, and there had been no contact with Cambodian controllers from MH370.


Based on a signal at 02:33, according to the summary, Malaysia Airlines’ operations centre told Kuala Lumpur controllers that MH370 was in “normal condition” and gave co-ordinates in the region of the Vietnamese east coast.


Ho Chi Minh centre asked the crew of another Malaysia Airlines aircraft, the Shanghai-bound flight MH386, to try to reach MH370 on Kuala Lumpur’s frequency, and the crew was separately requested by Kuala Lumpur to try the emergency frequencies as well.


Over a 2h period from 03:30, until the Kuala Lumpur rescue co-ordination centre was activated at 05:30, controllers checked whether the aircraft had made contact with Hainan, Hong Kong, Beijing or Singapore.


The preliminary inquiry states that military radar tracks – indicating the possibility that MH370 turned back and overflew the Malay peninsula – were being examined as early as 08:30, just 3h after the co-ordination centre was put into operation.


“The aircraft was categorised as friendly by the radar operator and therefore no further action was taken at the time,” says acting transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein, explaining the absence of a military response.


This prompted an order to two Malaysian naval vessels in the Malacca Strait – and subsequently a military aircraft – to begin a search and rescue operation.


Updated projections on MH370’s flight path suggest that around 02:27, about 5min after the last trace by military primary radar, the 777 turned south, passing over Pulau We island off the northern tip of Sumatra.


No trace of the twin-engined jet, or its 239 occupants, has been found since despite an extensive search in the southern Indian Ocean.


Malaysia’s preliminary inquiry report puts the highest confidence in a flight track based on a speed of 323kt, while a mid-probability projection is founded on a faster 350kt profile. Speeds between these endpoints are considered to be the least likely.


Its sole recommendation requests that ICAO examines the safety benefits achievable from real-time tracking of commercial aircraft.

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pior relatório preliminar ever.

sem uma linha do tempo real para acompanhar. não vem com timestamp de horário entre as comunicações ATCO-MH370, não fala como chegaram aos corredores norte e sul, apenas dizem.

parece um press release, não um relatório!

 

pior local do mundo para você perder um avião: Malasia, porque se for depender deles para achar o avião...

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MH 370 PRELIMINARY REPORT (SERIAL 03/2014)

Aircraft Type & Registration: Boeing 777-2H6ER, 9M-MRO

Year of Manufacture: 29th May 2002

State of Registration: Malaysian

No & Type of Engines: 2 Rolls Royce RB211 Trent 892B17

Location: Unknown (Last known Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR) return, Waypoint IGARI)

Date & Time (Local Time) 8 March 2014 & Unknown (last known SSR return at 01:21:13 hours)

Operator: Malaysian Airlines (MAS)

Call-sign: MH 370

Type of Flight: Scheduled (Commercial Air Transport), IFR Persons on Board: 227 passengers + 12 crew

The investigation At 01:38 hours Malaysian Time (MYT, footnote: Malaysian Time (MYT) is Universal Coordinated Time (UTC)+ 8 hours) on 8 March 2014 (Saturday), a Boeing 777-2H6ER, registration 9M-MRO,and call-sign MH 370 with 227 passengers and 12 crew on board, was reported missing after passing waypoint IGARI (footnote: Waypoint Igari is located at Latitude N6 degrees 56.87 minutes and Longitude E103 degrees 34.63 minutes) while en-route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China.

The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) Malaysia was informed that flight MH370 was missing and an investigation was launched.

In accordance with International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Annex 13 Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation, and Malaysian Civil Aviation Regulation 1996 Part XII Investigation of Accidents and with established international arrangements, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) of the USA, representing the State of Design and Manufacture of the aircraft, has appointed an Accredited Representative to participate fully in the investigation.

The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) of the United Kingdom, representing the State of Design and Manufacture for the engines, has also appointed an Accredited Representative.

The NTSB Accredited Representative is supported by a team of technical advisers from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Boeing.

The AAIB Accredited Representative is supported by technical advisers from Rolls- Royce and Inmarsat the operator of a Satellite which was in communication contact with the aircraft during the flight.

The Australian and Chinese Governments have also appointed Accredited Representatives in accordance with ICAO Annex 13, Para 5.23.

Malaysian Airlines (MAS) the operator, is cooperating with the investigation and providing expertise as required and the DCA Malaysia are being kept informed of developments.

History of the flight

At 00:41:43 MYT on 8 March 2014 (Saturday), MH 370 took off from Runway 32R at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) on a scheduled flight to Beijing, China. At 00:42:07 MYT, MH 370 was cleared to climb to Flight Level (FL, footnote: At altitude above 11,000 feet in Malaysia, an aircraft altitude above sea level is referred to as a Flight Level (FL). FL 180 equals to 18,000 feet.) 180 and was issued a direct track by LUMPUR APPROACH at Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control Centre (KLATCC) to waypoint IGARI. MH 370 was transferred to LUMPUR RADAR at KLATCC at 00:42:52 MYT. The flight was then cleared to climb to FL 250 at 00:46:51 MYT and subsequently to FL 350 at 00:50:06 MYT. MH 370 reported maintaining FL 350 at 01:01:16 MYT and reported maintaining FL 350 again at 01:07:55 MYT.

At 01:19:24 MYT LUMPUR RADAR at KLATCC instructed MH370 to contact HO CHI MINH Air Traffic Control Centre (HCMATCC) on radio frequency 120.9 MHz. MH 370 acknowledged with "good night Malaysian Three Seven Zero".

At 01:21:04 MYT, MH370 was observed on the radar screen at KLATCC as it passed over waypoint IGARI. At 01:21:13 MYT the radar label for MH 370 disappeared from the radar screen at LUMPUR RADAR KLATCC.

At 01:38 MYT HCMATCC made a query to KLATCC on the whereabouts of MH 370.

Thereafter KLATCC initiated efforts involving MAS OPS Center, Singapore ACC, Hong Kong ACC and Phnom Penh ACC to establish the location of MH 370.

No contact had been established by any ATC units and thus the Rescue Coordination Centre (RCC) was activated at 05:30 MYT.

It was later established that the transmissions from the Aircraft Communication and Reporting System (ACARS) through satellite communication system occurred at regular intervals starting before MH 370 departed Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at time 12:56:08 MYT and with the last communication occurred at 01:07:49 MYT.

Search and Rescue (SAR)

Kuala Lumpur Rescue Coordination Centre (KL RCC) was activated at 05:30 LT after all effort to communicate and locate the aircraft failed. Search and Rescue (SAR) operations were conducted in the South China Sea where the aircraft position was last known.

A playback of a recording from military primary radar revealed that an aircraft with a possibility of MH 370 had made an air-turn back onto a Westerly heading crossing Peninsular Malaysia. The search area was then extended to the Straits of Malacca.

After ACARS stopped transmitting the satellite communication system automatically transmitted seven messages that confirmed that the system was still logged onto the network.

The last message was received by the satellite ground station at 08:19 MYT.

With the primary radar data, analysis of the satellite data and aircraft performance data, the Investigation established that flight MH 370 flew along either a Northern or Southern Corridor.

The last transmission occurred when the aircraft was on an arc of 40 degrees from the satellite.

Based on this new development the search area was moved from the South China Sea and the Straits of Malacca to the Northern and Southern Corridors.

On 24 March 2014 further analysis of the Inmarsat satellite data, using the changes in the satellites communication signal frequency (signal using the Doppler Effect), indicated that MH 370 flew the southern corridor and ended its flight in the southern part of the Indian Ocean.

The investigation continues to analyse the satellite data and aircraft performance in order to further refine the area where the flight ended.

To date, a total of 26 countries have participated in the search for MH 370 comprising of 82 aircraft and 84 vessels.

SAR operations are on-going.

Safety recommendations

While the aircraft had the necessary communication equipment to provide information on its location, the last ACARS message occurred at 1:07:29 MYT, the last secondary radar detection at 1:21:13 MYT and the last satellite communication at 08:19 MYT on March 8th. Over a month after the aircraft departed Kuala Lumpur International Airport, its location is still unknown.

While commercial air transport aircraft spend considerable amounts of time operating over remote areas, there is currently no requirement for real time tracking of these aircraft.

There have now been two occasions during the last five years when large commercial air transport aircraft have gone missing and their last position was not accurately known.

This uncertainty resulted in significant difficulty in locating the aircraft in a timely manner.

Therefore, the Malaysian Air Accident Investigation Bureau makes the following safety recommendation to ICAO:

It is recommended that the International Civil Aviation Organisation examine the safety benefits of introducing a standard for real time tracking of commercial air transport aircraft.

Note

The information contained in this preliminary report is correct at the time of issue and is intended to inform the aviation industry and the public of the general circumstances of the event. Readers are cautioned that there is the possibility that new information may become available that alters this Preliminary Report.

This report has been written in accordance with the ICAO Doc 9756 AN/965 Manual of Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation.

Part IV Reporting.

ACTIONS TAKEN BETWEEN 01:38 AND 06:14 ON SATURDAY 8 MARCH

The following table is based on recorded communications on direct lines, summarising the events associated to MH370 after the radar blip disappeared until activation of the Rescue Coordination Centre.

No. MYT Event
1 01:38:19 Ho Chi Minh first enquired about MH370, informed KL-ATCC that verbal contact was not established with MH370 and radar target was last seen at BITOD.

2 01:41:21 KL-ATCC informed HCM that after IGARI, MH370 did not return to Lumpur frequency.

3 01:46:46 HCM queried about MH370 again, stating that radar contact was established over IGARI but there was no verbal contact. Ho Chi Minh advised that the observed radar blip disappeared at waypoint BITOD.

4 01:50:28 KL-ATCC queried HCM if any contact with MH370. HCM’s reply was ‘negative’.

5 01:57:02 HCM informed KL-ATCC that there was officially no contact with MH370 until this time. Attempts on many frequencies and aircraft in the vicinity received no response from MH370.

6 02:03:48 KL-ATCC queried HCM on status MH370. HCM confirmed there was no radar contact at this time and no verbal communications was established. KL-ATCC relayed the information received from Malaysia Airlines OPS that aircraft was in Cambodian airspace.

7 02:07:00 KL-ATCC queried HCM on status MH370. HCM confirmed there was no radar contact at this time and no verbal communications was established. KL-ATCC relayed the information received from Malaysia Airlines OPS that aircraft was in Cambodian airspace.

8 02:11:37 HCM queried on status but KL-ATCC has no update.

9 [02:15] [no voice recording] (extracted from Watch Supervisor’s Log Book) KL-ATCC Watch Supervisor queried Malaysia Airlines OPS who informed that MH370 was able to exchange signals with the flight and flying in Cambodian airspace.

10 02:18:53 KL-ATCC queried if flight planned routing of MH370 was supposed to enter Cambodian airspace. HCM confirmed that planned route was only through Vietnamese airspace. HCM had checked and Cambodia advised that it had no information or contact with MH370. HCM confirmed earlier information that radar contact was lost after BITOD and radio contact was never established. KL-ATCC queried if HCM was taking Radio Failure action but the query didn’t seem to be understood by the personnel. HCM suggested KL-ATCC to call MAS OPS and was advised that it had already been done.

11 02:34:01 Watch Supervisor KL-ATCC enquired with MAS OPS Centre about communication status with MH370 but the personnel was unsure if the message went through successfully or not.

12 02:35:03 HCM queried about status of MH370 and was informed that the Watch Supervisor was talking to the company at this time.

13 02:35:54 MAS OPS Centre informed KL-ATCC MH370 in normal condition based on signal download giving coordinate N14.90000 E109 15 00 at time 1833 UTC.

14 02:37:36 KL-ATCC relayed to HCM the latitude and longitude as advised by Malaysian Airlines Operations.

15 02:53:51 MH386 was requested by HCM to try to establish contact with MH370 on Lumpur radar frequency. KL-ATCC then requested MH386 to try on emergency frequencies as well.

16 [03:30] (no voice recording) (extract from Watch Supervisor’s Log Book) MAS OPS Centre informed KL-ATCC that the flight tracker information was based on flight projection and not reliable for aircraft positioning.

17 03:30:01 KL-ATCC queried if HCM had checked with next FIR Hainan.

18 03:56:19 KL-ATCC queried Malaysia Airlines OPS for any latest information or contact with MH370.

19 04:25:23 HCM queried KL-ATCC on last position that MH370 was in contact with ATC. KL-ATCC queried if any information had been received from Hong Kong or Beijing.

20 05:09:18 Singapore queried for information on MH370.

21 05:20:17 Capt [name redacted] requested for information on MH370. He opined that based on known information, “MH370 never left Malaysian airspace”.

22 05:30 The Watch Supervisor activated the Kuala Lumpur ARCC.

24 05:41:21 HCM query for any updates.

25 06:14:14 KL-ATCC queried HCM if SAR was activated.

The Chief Inspector of Air Accidents
Ministry of Transport
Malaysia
9 April 2014

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Safety recommendations

 

(...)

Therefore, the Malaysian Air Accident Investigation Bureau makes the following safety recommendation to ICAO:

 

It is recommended that the International Civil Aviation Organisation examine the safety benefits of introducing a standard for real time tracking of commercial air transport aircraft.

 

 

Depois de toda essa "investigação", essa é a única recomendação que conseguem fazer? Parece uma piada de muito mau gosto.

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Porque esse caso do MH370 se complica mais a cada dia e não vai a lugar nenhum ? é só culpa dos governos da região que mostraram total ineficiência ?
e uma duvida em quanto tempo acharam o AF447 ?

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Depois de toda essa "investigação", essa é a única recomendação que conseguem fazer? Parece uma piada de muito mau gosto.

 

Mas é uma importante recomendação, e inaceitável que ainda não tenha isso.

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Olhando o AWB 232-10677085, têm bateria de lithium pacas neste vôo.

Os overpack "LOOSE", estão bem próximo do limite de packing instruction 965 aceitável e recomendável pela IATA de 10Kgs...... deram 7,4Kgs.

Será que o shipper, declarou corretamente?

 

Não que isto possa ter levado a queda, mas sabe como é..... ValuJet 592, partiu de uma "cagada".

 

Abs,

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