ADVERTISEMENT

Missing MH370: Military radar tracked aircraft 200 miles northwest of Penang


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 13 Mar 2014

After days of confusion over where the missing fl ight MH370 is or what happened to it, there is now a new twist with RMAF chief Tan Sri Rodzali Daud revealing that military radar tracked an aircraft that may have been the Malaysia Airlines jetliner to some 200 miles north-west of Penang, putting it at a spot between Phuket in Thailand and Aceh in Indonesia.

After days of confusion over where the missing fl ight MH370 is or what happened to it, there is now a new twist with RMAF chief Tan Sri Rodzali Daud revealing that military radar tracked an aircraft that may have been the Malaysia Airlines jetliner to some 200 miles north-west of Penang, putting it at a spot between Phuket in Thailand and Aceh in Indonesia.

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 may have been tracked by the military’s air defence radar to a spot 200 miles northwest of Penang, 45 minutes after the aircraft disappeared from civilian radar.

In a strange twist to the tale of the missing plane, Royal Malaysian Air Force chief Tan Sri Rodzali Daud said a review of the military’s radar data recording showed an “aircraft” that was last plotted at 2.15am on Saturday flying at 29,500ft above sea level.

   

ADVERTISEMENT