The Dangerous Flying Technique the Malaysian Flight May Have Used to Avoid Detection


Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 may have dropped to an altitude of as low as 5,000 feet in an effort to evade the radars of at least three countries. The dangerous flying technique known as “terrain masking” is the latest direction being looked at by investigators trying to locate the missing plane, a Malaysian newspaper reported on Monday.

The New Straits Times in Kuala Lumpur reported that investigators are further asking if the aircraft stuck to a more high-traffic commercial route over the Bay of Bengal in order to avoid the suspicion of those manning military radars.

“To them, MH370 would appear to be just another commercial aircraft on its way to its destination,” the Malaysian paper wrote.

Report: The Dangerous Flying Technique the Malaysian Flight May Have Used to Avoid Detection | TheBlaze.com.

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