MH370 latest: GHOST plane flown for HOURS with co-pilot only person alive, expert claims

Author Christine Negroni, who wrote ‘The Crash Detectives: Investigating the World’s Most Mysterious Air Disasters’, told Daily Star Online that the Malaysia Airlines plane may have depressurised during its flight. The Boeing 777-200 disappeared in March 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Beijing, China, but crashed on route. It is believed that all 239 people on board perished.

According to New York Times writer Ms Negroni predicts Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the plane’s captain, was using the toilet at the time.

This left co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid to undertake an attempted rescue mission.

Ms Negroni suspects Mr Hamid suffered from a bout of hypoxia, which strikes when the brain is starved of oxygen.

The effects of the condition meant his attempts to save the flight were unable to be completed, she added.

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She said: “The plane starts heading south.

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“Whatever that time period is, that’s the period of time I believe he (Fariq) went unconscious.

“But dead is a whole other matter, because there was an incapacitation case in the US: two pilots were incapacitated, flew a ghost flight that crash-landed in Mexico.

“Some farmer comes across the aircraft, and the first officer was still alive, and that was hours later.

“She died, but she was still alive at that time. I think you can be oxygen deprived for a long time without being dead.

“The oxygen available for the passengers was about 15 minutes, so the passengers were all dead, there’s no chance they were resuscitated, they were dead long before that plane hit the water.”

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It comes after a Canadian aviation expert and former crash investigator said the flight crashed as an act of ‘murder-suicide’.

The plane’s disappearance has seen a number of theories thrown up.

Some believe the plan was electronically hijacked while others say it could have been part of a terrorist attack or was taken down by North Korea.

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