The biggest user of the Boeing 777, Emirates Airlines, has urged Malaysia to come clean on MH370, citing that it takes an expert to seize control of the huge passenger aircraft.
According to Aviation Weekly, Emirates Airline president Tim Clark said the theory that the plane made a turnaround flying past Malaysia undetected by radar was unbelievable and added to that, the far-fetched notion that somebody on board could have made the plane completely untraceable.
“This aircraft was disabled in three primary systems. To be able to disable those requires a knowledge of the system which even our pilots in Emirates don’t know how to do. Somebody got on board and knew exactly what they were up to,” Clark was quoted in an interview by Aviation Weekly’s Jens Flottau.
“Something is not right here and we need to get to the bottom of it.”
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