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MH370  Sengaja Tukar Laluan

Gempar!!! Hari ke lapan kehilangan MH370, tadi petang Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak mengesahkan MH370 seolah-olah sengaja bertukar haluan dan kini pencarian terpaksa di ubah ke peringkat carian yang lain berdasarkan maklumat terbaru yang mereka terima.

Hasil siasatan terhadap data satelit terbaru, Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak mengesahkan, pesawat yang dikesan radar utama Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia (TUDM) berpatah balik adalah penerbangan MH370. Bagaimanapun belum ada pengesahan bahawa pesawat berkenaan dirampas.

Menurutnya, alat komunikasi pesawat (ACARS) berkenaan dimatikan sebelum tiba di Pantai Timur Malaysia manakala transponder pula dimatikan berhampiran sempadan ruang udara Malaysia-Vietnam. "Selepas itu maklumat radar utama Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia menunjukkan pesawat MH370 berpatah balik.

Ia kemudian bergerak ke Barat melalui Semenanjung Malaysia sebelum berpusing ke arah Barat Laut. Pergerakan ini konsisten dengan perbuatan sengaja seseorang dalam penerbangan berkenaan," katanya dalam sidang media khas di Hotel Sama-sama, KLIA.

Katanya, semua data disahkan selepas siasatan forensik bersama FAA, NTSB, AAIB dan pihak berkuasa Malaysia. "Berdasarkan data baru ini, komunikasi terakhir antara pesawat dan satelit adalah pada jam 8.11am waktu Malaysia, Sabtu 8 Mac.

Pasukan siasatan sedang membuat pengiraan lengkap yang akan menentukan sejauh mana pesawat berkenaan terbang selepas kali terakhir berhubung.

 "Disebabkan jenis data satelit, kami tidak dapat sahkan lokasi pesawat ketika hilang perhubungam," katanya.

Menurut Najib, komunikasi terakhir pesawat dengan satelit menjurus kepada dua lokasi iaitu koridor Utara (sempadan Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan sehingga ke Utara Thailand) atau Koridor Selatan (Indonesia dan Selatan Lautan Hindi). Operasi mencari dan menyelamat di Laut China Selatan dihentikan dan aset sedang dipertimbang untuk dibawa ke Barat Malaysia.

Berikut adalah kenyataan penuh Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak (Bahasa Inggeris) berhubung maklumat terbaru yang disahkan, di sidang media di KLIA, hari ini.
Seven days ago Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared. We realise this
is an excruciating time for the families of those on board. No words can
describe the pain they must be going through. Our thoughts and our prayers are
with them. 
MH370  Sengaja Tukar Laluan
I have been appraised of the on-going search operation round the clock. At
the beginning of the operation, I ordered the search area to be broadened; I
instructed the Malaysian authorities to share all relevant information freely
and transparently with the wider investigation team; and I requested that our
friends and allies join the operation. As of today, 14 countries, 43 ships and
58 aircraft are involved in the search.

I wish to thank all the governments for their help at such a crucial time.
Since day one, the Malaysian authorities have worked hand-in-hand with our
international partners – including neighbouring countries, the aviation
authorities and a multinational search force – many of whom have been here on
the ground since Sunday.

We have shared information in real time with authorities who have the
necessary experience to interpret the data. We have been working non-stop to
assist the investigation. And we have put our national security second to the
search for the missing plane.

It is widely understood that this has been a situation without precedent.

We have conducted search operations over land, in the South China Sea, the
Straits of Malacca, the Andaman Sea and the Indian Ocean. At every stage, we
acted on the basis of verified information, and we followed every credible lead.
Sometimes these leads have led nowhere.

There has been intense speculation. We understand the desperate need for
information on behalf of the families and those watching around the world. But
we have a responsibility to the investigation and the families to only release
information that has been corroborated. And our primary motivation has always
been to find the plane.

In the first phase of the search operation, we searched near MH370’s last
known position, in the South China Sea. At the same time, it was brought to our
attention by the Royal Malaysian Air Force that, based on their primary radar,
an aircraft – the identity of which could not be confirmed – made a turn back.
The primary radar data showed the aircraft proceeding on a flight path which
took it to an area north of the Straits of Malacca.

Given this credible data, which was subsequently corroborated with the
relevant international authorities, we expanded the area of search to include
the Straits of Malacca and, later, to the Andaman Sea.

Early this morning I was briefed by the investigation team – which includes
the FAA, NTSB, the AAIB, the Malaysian authorities and the Acting Minister of
Transport – on new information that sheds further light on what happened to
MH370.

Based on new satellite information, we can say with a high degree of
certainty that the Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System
(ACARS) was disabled just before the aircraft reached the East coast of
peninsular Malaysia.

Shortly afterwards, near the border between Malaysian and Vietnamese air
traffic control, the aircraft’s transponder was switched off.

From this point onwards, the Royal Malaysian Air Force primary radar showed
that an aircraft which was believed – but not confirmed – to be MH370 did indeed
turn back. It then flew in a westerly direction back over peninsular Malaysia
before turning northwest. Up until the point at which it left military primary
radar coverage, these movements are consistent with deliberate action by someone
on the plane.

Today, based on raw satellite data that was obtained from the satellite data
service provider, we can confirm that the aircraft shown in the primary radar
data was flight MH370. After much forensic work and deliberation, the FAA, NTSB,
AAIB and the Malaysian authorities, working separately on the same data, concur.


According to the new data, the last confirmed communication between the
plane and the satellite was at 8:11AM Malaysian time on Saturday 8th March. The
investigations team is making further calculations which will indicate how far
the aircraft may have flown after this last point of contact. This will help us
to refine the search.

Due to the type of satellite data, we are unable to confirm the precise
location of the plane when it last made contact with the satellite.

However, based on this new data, the aviation authorities of Malaysia and
their international counterparts have determined that the plane’s last
communication with the satellite was in one of two possible corridors: a
northern corridor stretching approximately from the border of Kazakhstan and
Turkmenistan to northern Thailand, or a southern corridor stretching
approximately from Indonesia to the southern Indian ocean. The investigation
team is working to further refine the information.

In view of this latest development the Malaysian authorities have refocused
their investigation into the crew and passengers on board. Despite media reports
that the plane was hijacked, I wish to be very clear: we are still investigating
all possibilities as to what caused MH370 to deviate from its original flight
path.

This new satellite information has a significant impact on the nature and
scope of the search operation. We are ending our operations in the South China
Sea and reassessing the redeployment of our assets. We are working with the
relevant countries to request all information relevant to the search, including
radar data.

As the two new corridors involve many countries, the relevant foreign
embassies have been invited to a briefing on the new information today by the
Malaysian Foreign Ministry and the technical experts. I have also instructed the
Foreign Ministry to provide a full briefing to foreign governments which had
passengers on the plane. This morning, Malaysia Airlines has been informing the
families of the passengers and crew of these new developments.

Clearly, the search for MH370 has entered a new phase. Over the last seven
days, we have followed every lead and looked into every possibility. For the
families and friends of those involved, we hope this new information brings us
one step closer to finding the plane. - Bernama

6 comments

Mohd Hakim Faiz said...

Semoga pesawat mh370 selamat

#prayforMH370

Farah Waheda Wahid said...

semoga pencarian akan berhasil... keep on praying for mh370

Budak Kampung said...

always keep praying

♥ Nana BamBam ♥ said...

kawan2 dah banyak buat spekulasi, tapi tak tahu mana yang betul kisahnya.

Ada yang kata pilot yg dalangnya.
Ada yang kata yg pakai passport curi dalangnya.
Ada yang kata perisik yang dalangnya..

konpius.

Mia Kassim said...

Moga ada harapan untuk MH370....

Kathy R'bain said...

MH370..dimanakah berada?