Posted on Monday, November 1st, 2021 by Malvika Varma
The airline industry has been immensely enhanced in terms of aircraft reliability, precision in navigation, technologies used in radar, and improvements in standard operating procedures. Due to such scientific advancements, the aviation industry has evolved in the past years. So the possibility of the disappearance of aircraft or an airship is bleak. Flying has become considerably less risky but there are some puzzling circumstances of planes that have gone missing. One such incident is portrayed in the famous television series where Flight 828 went missing. Popularly known as the Flight 828 show, this tele series has urged people to understand more about the flight 828 disappearance.
The Malaysian airline incident or MH 370 disappearance, with 239 passengers on board, is similar to what happened to flight 828 on Manifest. This makes this show relatable. The television series shown on Amazon Prime (season 1 and 2) will now premiere season 3 on Netflix. Due to the science fiction twist depicted in the series, flight 828 season 3 has created hype. Fans of the show are eagerly waiting for the story to unfold and find the answer to what happened to flight 828 in 2013.
The flight 828 cast portrays the life after the plane Montego Airflight 828 returns after five years of mysteriously vanishing. The Manifest’s plot shows that the aircraft took from Montego Bay, Jamaica, to New York. After the passengers felt turbulence that lasted a few minutes, the plane tragically vanished in thin air. All the passengers were believed to be dead. The number 828 refers to the angel number and is hence used in the series.
Inspired by the actual incident of the disappearance of the passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in March of 2014, NCB’s Manifest is not a true story. The plot of the series starts with the real-life airline mishap. The show later features supernatural elements which make the series exciting. But clearly states that it is not a true story.
Since a large part of the earth is covered by water, most aircraft accidents involve water bodies. This makes it even more challenging to figure out the exact reason for the airline accidents. Such aircraft accidents often makes it a mystery. One of the airlines that disappeared without a trace and whose mystery is still unsolved is the Malaysia Airlines flight 370.
As its remains have still not been recovered, there are many speculations about the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 . Let us explore some of the theories associated with it
Few studies claim that crash investigator Peter McMahon found the wreckage of the airplane in Google Earth images. He characterized the airplane as riddled with bullet holes. Another theory by pilot Chris Goodfellow suggests that the pilot turned the aircraft to the west due to fire in the cockpit. The loss of communication due to electrical fire and smoke in the cockpit could have succumbed the pilots to death. This may have lead to an air crash. A story suggested by the Week magazines claims the probability of cracks in the plane. The cracks which were reported in Boeing 777s by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), just two days before MH370 disappeared. Whereas, Historian Norman Davies suggests a theory that Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 was cyber-hijacked.
As the MH370 aircraft has still not been found, no theory has been proved to this day. Search teams are still massively searching thousands of kilometers of the Indian Ocean. This could reveal some information about disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 that led to the loss of 239 lives. Such incidents where the plane vanished from radar are unusual in the age of modern technologies. The families of those on board have not got a degree of closure over their missing loved ones, even after several years.
Many such aviation conspiracies are unlikely to be explained fully. Or even to the extent that we would find difficult to accept.
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Malvika Varma is a content marketer and blogger who immensely believes in the wonders that words can do. She assists companies by crafting valuable content for clients and building an effective connection with them. An engineer by choice and a philomath at heart, Malvika spends most of her time reading, traveling, and catching up with friends and family. When she is not doing all those things, you can find her decorating her home and workspace.