March 17th, 2014|
Citizens around the world remain baffled about the location of missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370; however, new information regarding the disappearance is coming to light everyday and Cleveland Aviation Accident Attorney Jamie Lebovitz is sharing the latest.
According to an article from CNN News, investigators are now considering whether or not the pilots and crew of the missing plane are somehow involved. The turn in the investigation came after officials determined the plane’s Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) was turned off just after making a final communication with air traffic controllers.
The attention the ACARS system shut down was only compounded by the discovery of a flight simulator at the home of the pilot, which investigators say could have been used to train in flying below elevations where radar could detect aircraft location.
This data has given officials some insight into where the plane may be, but not enough to make a solid conclusion. One current theory is that the aircraft made its way toward western China, where militants have strong control over the region.
Attorney Jamie Lebovitz and the other Aviation Accident Attorneys with Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy are tracking the latest information about the missing Malaysian Airlines flight. Check our website and social media outlets to learn more.