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{Breaking News...] Pejabat Malaysia: Pesawat Malaysia Airlines MH370 dibajak
Pejabat Malaysia: Pesawat Malaysia Airlines MH370 dibajak
Reporter : Pandasurya Wijaya | Sabtu, 15 Maret 2014 11:49


Pejabat Malaysia: Pesawat Malaysia Airlines MH370 dibajak
Malaysia Airlines hilang. ©Reuters


Seorang pejabat Malaysia kemarin mengatakan para penyelidik sudah menyimpulkan pesawat Malaysia Airlines MH370 yang hilang sepekan lalu dibajak dan diterbangkan ke jalur bukan seharusnya. Pesawat itu dibajak oleh salah satu pilot atau seseorang di dalam pesawat.

Informasi dikutip dari kantor berita Associated Press (AP) menyebutkan belum diketahui apa motif pembajakan itu dan ke mana pesawat itu dibawa. Pejabat Malaysia itu tidak mau diketahui namanya karena dia tidak berwenang mengatakan informasi itu kepada media.

Pejabat itu menuturkan pembajakan pesawat itu sudah bukan lagi teori tapi sudah kesimpulan, seperti dilansir surat kabar the Star, Sabtu (15/3).

Pernyataan menyebutkan pesawat berpenumpang 239 orang itu dibajak baru kali ini dinyatakan oleh pejabat Malaysia. Sebelumnya berbagai kalangan dan ahli sudah menduga pesawat rute Kuala Lumpur-Beijing ada kemungkinan dibajak.

Radar militer telah menangkap sinyal mengindikasikan pesawat itu diterbangkan ke arah Kepulauan Andaman, India, dekat Teluk Bengal. Kapal perang Amerika Serikat USS Kidd dan kapal serta pesawat dari India dilaporkan kini tengah menyelidiki lokasi itu.

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http://www.merdeka.com/dunia/pejabat...0-dibajak.html



Buseeeed.... Kok baru bilang sekarang...dari awal udah terkesan ada yang "disembunyikan"... emoticon-Mad (S)

Semoga masih ada Harapan bagi semua Penumpang Pesawat MH-370...emoticon-rose
kalau dibajak udah deh gan.... tinggal kirimin doa aja buat para penumpangnya emoticon-Turut Berduka
mungkin ada konspirasi tingkat tinggi di balik itu semua gan,persaingan industri penerbangan USA VS CINA misalnya emoticon-Cool
kita berdoa aja semoga penumpang msh selamat
sudah keliatan indikasi pembajakan. wong dari telp yg masih bisa dihubungi hingga beberapa hari setelah pesawat ilang aja dah ketahuan. lalu dari pihak china yang ngasih data photo satelit yg terlihat objek dilaut itupun langsung dibantah malaysia.
Report: Missing plane confirmed hijacked
| 12:21PM Mar 15, 2014

LIVE REPORTS

{Breaking News...] Pejabat Malaysia: Pesawat Malaysia Airlines MH370 dibajak


{Breaking News...] Pejabat Malaysia: Pesawat Malaysia Airlines MH370 dibajak

1.55pm: Jagjit Singh, a officer of the Information Department, takes the podium.

"The prime minister will be making a statement on the development of MH370, however he won't be taking any questions," he said.
Jagjit urged reporters to submit questions to the media centre instead, and will be address at the 5.30pm press conference and will be furnished with technical details.
He did not respond to questions on why this is done.
1.46pm: There is an air of anxiety in the room, filled with nervous chatter of reporters.
It falls silent whenever doors at the front of the auditorium swing open, but there is still no sign of PM Najib.
1.35pm: Five minutes past the scheduled press conference, there is still no sign of PM Najib.

Reporters now fill even the space between rows of seats, squatting so not to block the view of those behind them.

1:30pm: Chinese ambassador to Malaysia Huang Hui Kang is at the press conference. Also seen are two representatives from the Russian Embassy.

1.10pm: Reporters enter the press conference venue and are now all set for the press conference.

They number about 200, filling any and every space in Sama-Sama Hotel's auditorium.

12.33pm: Prime Minister Najib Razak is scheduled to hold a press conference at 1.30pm in Sama-Sama Hotel, Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

Journalists (right) gather at the hotel awaiting the press conference.

Officials conduct a security sweep inside the press conference room, media personnel asked to leave until it is done.

12.20pm: Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 has been hijacked, according to a news report.

According to Associated Press (AP) report today, a Malaysian government official said that hijacking was no longer just a theory: “It is conclusive,” read the report.

The official who is involved in the investigation were reported saying they have determined that either one of the pilots or someone else with flying experience has hijacked the missing jet.

However, the motive has not been established while it is unclear where the plane has been taken.

Speculation is rife that the Malaysian government will announce this at a press conference slated for 1.30pm.

The news comes amidst increasing clues pointing to foul play in the week-long mystery over the commercial Beijing-bound flight that went off the radars at 2.41am last Saturday.

While the plane disappeared from sight while over the South China Sea just off the coast of Vietnam, there is growing belief it may have detoured to the West towards the Indian Ocean.

According to AP, to steal a jetliner out of midair would require a pilot who knew how to elude detection by both civilian and military radar.

“It would take a runway at least a mile long to land the wide-body jet, possibly in the dark, and a hangar big enough to hide it. All without being seen.”

The report quoted Scott Shankland, an American Airlines pilot who spent several years as a co-pilot on Boeing 777s, who said a captain would know how to disable radios and the plane’s other tracking systems.

“‘But a hijacker, even one trained to fly a plane, “would probably be hunting and pecking quite a while - ‘Do I pull this switch? Do I pull that?’ You could disable a great deal’ of the tracking equipment, ‘but possibly not all of it’.”

Some of the plane’s data is transmitted automatically from equipment not located in the cockpit, making it even harder to avoid leaving electronic bread crumbs, he said.

Meanwhile, John Hansman, an aeronautics professor at MIT who is familiar with the Boeing 777, said it would be possible for an intruder to turn off the transponders, but knowing how to shut down other systems in a bid to be stealthy would be more difficult.

“If it was a hijacking, it was probably a hijacking gone bad,” he said.

Alan Diehl, a former National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) crash investigator, said if it was a hijacking, “they would have to be somebody who has detailed knowledge of the plane.”

“Could they get down below the radar and make a beeline to an abandoned airstrip somewhere? I suppose the short answer is yes. Even today, satellites don’t cover every square kilometre of the Earth.”


http://m.malaysiakini.com/news/257152
malaysia sebelah mananya parung emoticon-Bingung
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Quote:Original Posted By Sun.Wu.Kong
Report: Missing plane confirmed hijacked
| 12:21PM Mar 15, 2014

LIVE REPORTS

{Breaking News...] Pejabat Malaysia: Pesawat Malaysia Airlines MH370 dibajak


{Breaking News...] Pejabat Malaysia: Pesawat Malaysia Airlines MH370 dibajak

1.55pm: Jagjit Singh, a officer of the Information Department, takes the podium.

"The prime minister will be making a statement on the development of MH370, however he won't be taking any questions," he said.
Jagjit urged reporters to submit questions to the media centre instead, and will be address at the 5.30pm press conference and will be furnished with technical details.
He did not respond to questions on why this is done.
1.46pm: There is an air of anxiety in the room, filled with nervous chatter of reporters.
It falls silent whenever doors at the front of the auditorium swing open, but there is still no sign of PM Najib.
1.35pm: Five minutes past the scheduled press conference, there is still no sign of PM Najib.

Reporters now fill even the space between rows of seats, squatting so not to block the view of those behind them.

1:30pm: Chinese ambassador to Malaysia Huang Hui Kang is at the press conference. Also seen are two representatives from the Russian Embassy.

1.10pm: Reporters enter the press conference venue and are now all set for the press conference.

They number about 200, filling any and every space in Sama-Sama Hotel's auditorium.

12.33pm: Prime Minister Najib Razak is scheduled to hold a press conference at 1.30pm in Sama-Sama Hotel, Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

Journalists (right) gather at the hotel awaiting the press conference.

Officials conduct a security sweep inside the press conference room, media personnel asked to leave until it is done.

12.20pm: Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 has been hijacked, according to a news report.

According to Associated Press (AP) report today, a Malaysian government official said that hijacking was no longer just a theory: “It is conclusive,” read the report.

The official who is involved in the investigation were reported saying they have determined that either one of the pilots or someone else with flying experience has hijacked the missing jet.

However, the motive has not been established while it is unclear where the plane has been taken.

Speculation is rife that the Malaysian government will announce this at a press conference slated for 1.30pm.

The news comes amidst increasing clues pointing to foul play in the week-long mystery over the commercial Beijing-bound flight that went off the radars at 2.41am last Saturday.

While the plane disappeared from sight while over the South China Sea just off the coast of Vietnam, there is growing belief it may have detoured to the West towards the Indian Ocean.

According to AP, to steal a jetliner out of midair would require a pilot who knew how to elude detection by both civilian and military radar.

“It would take a runway at least a mile long to land the wide-body jet, possibly in the dark, and a hangar big enough to hide it. All without being seen.”

The report quoted Scott Shankland, an American Airlines pilot who spent several years as a co-pilot on Boeing 777s, who said a captain would know how to disable radios and the plane’s other tracking systems.

“‘But a hijacker, even one trained to fly a plane, “would probably be hunting and pecking quite a while - ‘Do I pull this switch? Do I pull that?’ You could disable a great deal’ of the tracking equipment, ‘but possibly not all of it’.”

Some of the plane’s data is transmitted automatically from equipment not located in the cockpit, making it even harder to avoid leaving electronic bread crumbs, he said.

Meanwhile, John Hansman, an aeronautics professor at MIT who is familiar with the Boeing 777, said it would be possible for an intruder to turn off the transponders, but knowing how to shut down other systems in a bid to be stealthy would be more difficult.

“If it was a hijacking, it was probably a hijacking gone bad,” he said.

Alan Diehl, a former National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) crash investigator, said if it was a hijacking, “they would have to be somebody who has detailed knowledge of the plane.”

“Could they get down below the radar and make a beeline to an abandoned airstrip somewhere? I suppose the short answer is yes. Even today, satellites don’t cover every square kilometre of the Earth.”


http://m.malaysiakini.com/news/257152

yg bajak (pilot) pasti jago bgt bisa ngindarin radar sipil..tp ttp ke detek ama radar militer
Masih simpang siur, nunggu konferensi pers resmi aja.

Semoga masih ada harapan penumpang masih hidup.

Aminn ya rab.
Wow... jdi ngeri dgrnya.

beritanya juga di bajak sampai masuk tetangga sebelah
sudah saatnya dikembangkan teknologi agar jaringan komunikasi tetap aktif selama dipesawat.

jadi jika terjadi apa-apa di pesawat penumpang atau awak kru bisa memberikan informasi.

Ane yakin 3000% klo yang ngebajak keahliannya menerbangkan pesawat dah level dewa...dia paham betul rute penerbangan yang banyak blank spot radar sipilna....apapun motifnya semoga MH370 segera ditemukan gan..
Lhaa , masuk babak baru nih, berarti penumpang ada kemungkinan selamat.
untung di malaysia kejadiannya, coba kalau kejadiannya di Indonesia, makin hancur deh nama Indo
Quote:Original Posted By mamamintakuota
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Makanya sekolah yang bener emoticon-Shutup .................................. emoticon-Ngacir
seriusan ini???
gilee bener dah mpe ke india situ..
nunggu updetan beritanya lagi dah
mungkin ini kayak pilem airforce one ceritanya
emoticon-Belomatabelo
Quote:Original Posted By r0binn

yg bajak (pilot) pasti jago bgt bisa ngindarin radar sipil..tp ttp ke detek ama radar militer


tinggal matiin transponder di pesawat aja kok, gan
cuma 4x pencet2 tombol beres sudah, tapi emang harus tau tombol mana ang harus di pencet.
yg ngomong msh simpang siur
benar klo di bajak truz tdk minta tebusan, pastinya tuch pesawat sdh di tabrakkan ke gedung spt kasus WTC di USA atau kantor pemerintahan juga markas militer