Don’t know. But when the other flight landed, someone’s gonna notice the other plane.
One still wonders (me) regarding how elaborate or sophisticated was that simulator in the pilot’s home. Location points of radar? Where to fly to avoid radar? How sophisticated was that simulator and is it true the pilot’s family left the home nearly 24 hours prior to this flight? Not too many question but maybe are two or three too many for answers.
“Fool primary radars by flying close to flight #SQ68. A really fascinating possibility!”
Scene from the movie, “Miami Vice.”
Dan Bongino, former Secret Service agent and now radio talk show host (mostly on WMAL), said today that his theory is that MH370 was trying to find another jumbo jet on an international flight in order to have a ‘mid-air collision’ with that airliner.
I thought about Dan’s scenario, and it could be possible, IMO, that they could have been looking for a Singapore Airlines, AirIndia or Quantas flight leaving that area (or that corridor) towards the US West Coast - or London - in order to ‘take it out’ in mid-flight.