Check out Diego Garcia for flight 370

My bet would be; if Diego Garcia is within eight hours flying time of Kuala Lumpur, that’s where it is. Stedra Rulz

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5 Responses to “Check out Diego Garcia for flight 370”

  1. Anonymous says:

    scummy jews sue french railways for billions for taking jews to work camps, this is 70 years ago, will they never stop the money grasping ?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Think I’m going to have to agree with the comment an Diego Garcia. It would explain a lot. Haven’t found flight time from KLIA to DG, but Singapore is just 5 hours.

  3. The Boeing 777-200ER has a range of 14,000 km and a max airspeed of 950kph.

    Diego Garcia to Malaysia Kuala Lumpur is 3100km. So you would have a flight time of 3-5 hours, depending on if it plane was flying max airspeed the whole way or not.

  4. Anonymous says:

    What about the last message from the cockpit “Alright! Good night” ?
    If the cockpit was compromised, isn’t the angle of an encoded message sent by one of the pilots/co-pilots worth investigating ?

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