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MH370 and the Melbourne airport incident

 
redhouserebel
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05/06/2014 08:39 PM
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MH370 and the Melbourne airport incident
I know some people here take interest in media messaging and I am sure I am not the only one here who notices how news sometimes comes in batches with similarities in nature of the headline.

For example - with MH370 - the last thing they were told was to contact Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam and they were said to have been over Vietnamese waters near the Vietnam coastline when they disappeared and an oil rig worker said he saw a fire.

The plane was later said to be near Australia with Australia heading the search of its oceans nearby and ocean territories.


Then we had a day or so ago an incident at an Australian airport where an Air Vietnam plane headed for Vietnam and for Ho Chi Minh city caught on fire on take off and lucky a passenger saw and alerted crew.



Coincidence - or are the media messages pre-arranged.



????


Personally I believe (there is a strong possibility) they are.




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redhouserebel  (OP)

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05/06/2014 08:55 PM
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Re: MH370 and the Melbourne airport incident
Apparently the plane was a: Skyteam bird VN-A371, an A330-200


[link to www.airliners.net]



If this plane had gone up and something happened - no one would be discussing patents or anything like that - or mangosteens - would they?


193 people total


and media report:


The Airbus A330 with registration no.VNA371 has been used by the VNA since 2009. Its latest technology examination was done on May 2, 2014.

The flight's captain was Nguyen Hai Anh, who has 14,474 hours of flying experience with planes B777 and A330. Hai Anh's deputy was Beernaert Jeam Clause Girard Simon from France who has flying experience of 12,633 hours.


[link to vietnamnews.vn]


For all you people into the whole 777 thing and the 33 thing etc.
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05/06/2014 09:15 PM
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Re: MH370 and the Melbourne airport incident
Hmmm, interesting, let me think of this for a few.
redhouserebel  (OP)

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05/07/2014 06:10 AM
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Re: MH370 and the Melbourne airport incident
Also, the whole thing about the acars and transponder going off - etc. well it seems that over that stretch of water it is hard to pick up info on the planes.

This is a flight path for VN780 the day before the one which caught on fire - which was actually only yesterday in UK time - yesterday in everyone's day I think - anyway:


[link to uk.flightaware.com]


it seems normal to lose connection over that water - so it wasn't the loss of connection which caused us to know that if or when or even that MH370 was in trouble or gone - it was the fact that it did not reappear.

Was all the acars and transponder stuff red herrings? If that plane went down in the water right there where the flightaware doesn't pick it up - then would the acars still be working or not?
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05/07/2014 06:38 AM
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i'm telling you, world war 3 will start when this damn plane appears again.





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