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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Six cases of the most mysterious aircraft disappearance all time

Malaysia Airlines aircraft with flight number MH370 is still missing. There is a possibility the plane went down or destroyed in the air. However, it can not be confirmed because until now none of the aircraft debris were found. We want to take this opportunity to convey a sense of grief to the families of the victims and may they always be perseverance.

Back to the article, case of loss of the aircraft is not the first time that happened. History had recorded at least 6 cases of loss of the aircraft, which until now has not been solved. What are the cases? Let us refer to the information summarized from the Mirror.

1. Disappearance of Amelia Earhart
One of the U.S. pioneer aviator, Amelia Earhart, who disappeared with her plane, Lockheed Electra, on July 2, 1937. She along with her navigator, Fred Noonan, disappeared while attempting to fly around the world.
Amelia Earhart, a female aviation expert went missing over the Pacific Ocean in 1937. (Picture from: http://www.mirror.co.uk/)
Earhart, who was also the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, lost around Howland Island, Pacific Ocean. Up to now, the aircraft are flown by Earhart undiscovered.

There are many theories related to her disappearance. The theory simply states that her plane ran out of fuel and crashed into the sea. Meanwhile, some say that she was a spy for Franklin D Rosevelt and eventually caught by the Japanese.

There is another which states that the plane crashed on an island in Japan, and Earhart died there. Other states, Earhart survived and moved to New Jersey and changed her name. In addition, of course, some say that Earhart abducted by aliens.

2. The loss of Glenn Miller in the English Channel
Glenn Miller had demonstrated his expertise as in the UK along with the U.S. Army in the summer of 1944.
The Norseman C-64 plane is the exact type of Plane Miller allegedly boarded that fateful night in December 1944. (Picture from: http://www.bigbands.org/millercrash.htm)
He spent his last night in Milton Ernest, Bedford, December 14, 1944. The next day, he flew to Paris, but never arrived. He was listed as missing in the English Channel.

There are many theories about the loss of Miller. Some say, he lost related bombings. There is also a saying that Miller survived, but died in a brothel in Paris of a heart attack.

3. The loss of Flight 19 in the Bermuda Triangle
The loss of Flight 19 occurred on December 5, 1945. These events are then started the legend of the Bermuda Triangle. Five Navy Avenger training mission, led by Charles Taylor's flight instructor, departed from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Lost Squadron & plane Flight 19 supposedly vanished in Bermuda Triangle. (Picture from: http://www.mirror.co.uk/)
One half hour after the mission begins, the pilot reported that they were disoriented and could not recognize boundaries underneath. By the communication via radio, Taylor told the Naval Air Station in Fort Lauderdale that two aircraft compass not work.

The aircraft then disappeared and could not be found. A total of 14 people were confirmed dead. Surprisingly, PBM Mariner aircraft with 13 crew assigned to search for Flight 19 also disappeared.

4. Star Dust incident and morse code
Star Dust, a civil aviation aircraft version of the Lancaster bomber, disappeared while flying from Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Santiago, Chile.
The B.S.A.A. Avro Lancastrian 3, G-AGWH, Star Dust. (Picture from: http://en.wikipedia.org/)
Aircraft owned by British South American Airways (BSAA) was flown by an experienced pilot, Reginald Cook. The plane left Buenos Aires on August 2, 1947 at 13:46 pm local time. The plane moves towards the Andes.
A wheel of the Star Dust airliner (G-AGWH) found in 2000 among its wreckage by an Argentinian army search team. The tire is intact and inflated, despite the crash that completely destroyed the aircraft and the snow and ice that buried it for over 50 years. (Picture from: http://en.wikipedia.org/)
The plane never reached its destination. However, the plane was sending morse code "STENDEC" before it is lost. Various theories, ranging from aliens to sabotage, circulated when the plane has not been found. Fragments plane had just discovered 50 years later by two men from Argentina.

5. The loss of the Star Tiger in the Bermuda Triangle
Star Tiger disappeared on January 30, 1948 also belongs to the BSAA. The plane lost when trying to fly from Santa Maria in the Azores to Bermuda. The plane carrying 25 passengers, including the World War II hero, Sir Arthur Coningham.
BSAA Avro Tudor Star Tiger. (Picture from: http://www.aviastar.org/)
Aircraft flew in weather conditions are not good, and followed by weather monitoring aircraft, Lancastrian. Lancastrian landed safely, but not with the Star Tiger. Possible, slammed by the wind and the plane crashed into the sea.

6. The loss of Star Ariel
Again, the aircraft belonging to BSAA. The plane disappeared on a flight from Bermuda to Jamaica on January 17, 1949. The plane never reached the goal. The search for 20 passengers and crew stopped on January 25, 1949.
An Avro Tudor Mk.IVB Super Trader similar to the aircraft that disappeared. (Picture from: http://en.wikipedia.org/)
Investigations were carried out were unable to find cause loss of the aircraft. However, Don Bennett of BSAA said that Star Tiger and Star Ariel actually sabotaged. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MIRROR]
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