Saturday, 15 March 2014

Flight 370 in Oman, Ras Al Hadd, The 8 hour Theory

OK, if Malaysia Flight 370 was in the air for 8 hours it could have flown as far as United Arab Emirates. so I drew an 8 hour circle around Kuala Lampur, Malaysia point of departure and show the 777 landing 8 hours later in Oman. To avoid land radar this means the plane would have had to stay out over the water the full 8 hours, and only land on the coast at a very low altitude. As I zoomed in on Satellite images along the coast of Oman I found the following. An abandoned runway at the tiny village of Ras Al Hadd, Oman. If the plane landed at 8:00 am it could have refueled there and flown just about anywhere.... What do you think ...


The runway at Ras Al Hadd. Oman is approximately 5,000 ft. long enough to land a 777.  Now if the plane climbed to 45,000 ft as it turned Westward the passengers likely all fell asleep and this is why there were no texts or phone messages. However, this is all speculation, nobody knows at this point.....

Where would they go from Oman... Google Map





Google Map Showing Malaysia to Oman, Ras al Hadd runway...

10 comments:

  1. Wow, this is the best theory yet.

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  2. I zoomed out on the Google map. Makes sense to me

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  3. Interesting. I think there alive..

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    1. I think THEY'RE alive too

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  4. Who lost 65 Billion, and why would they take a plane and 239 people hostage.

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  5. Did pilots have investments in UAE , Oman

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  6. UNLIKELY they had enough fuel to make it to Oman. What is sad is how so LITTLE we really know about what actually happened. There is simply too MANY hypotheticals & NO clear-cut motive to the point where we may haven't even begun to actually come close to finding it
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  7. Headwinds? Light, heavy, moderate?

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  8. This makes more sense. Electrical failure http://www.wired.com/autopia/2014/03/mh370-electrical-fire/

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  9. CNN coverage is assuming flight 370 has gone into the sea, yet there is no indication of that. Chances are it has landed on another island, undetected, with no means of communication. Why doesn't CNN offer alternative possibilities for what might have happened to this airplane?

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