MH370: A year after the mysterious disappearence

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It's been an year since the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 mysteriously disappeared from the radars. International investigators and Malaysian authorities continue to look for answers about how come the Boeing 777 veered wildly off its scheduled route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on March 8th, 2014.

Specially equipped vessels still search for the remains of the plain in a remote part of the Indian Ocean, where investigators believe the plain has fallen. The search works will continue till May. Since the tragic accident, there have been revealed that the battery of the underwater locator beacon on MH370's flight data recorder was expired.

MH 370 map

Map: ATB

Meanwhile, on Sunday Malaysian authorities came out with a report, which gave facts, but no analysis that can bring more clarity to the reason which lead to the loss of 239 lives. The focus of the report was set on the crew members personal and professional condition prior the flight. Neither the captain, nor anyone else of the crew has shown previously any derivations from the normal behaviour. They were not under any drugs or alcohol, or have changed any of their habits drastically.

The full report can be found here.

The background check of the captain of the Flight MH370, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, showed no financial of personal problems which may caused any stress affect on his work performance.

The analysis of the crew behaviour were done based on the TV footage taken on at least three previous flights.