Malaysian airplanes three times?

January 20, 2015


Tragedy struck again, with the recent disappearance and debacle of Malaysian airplane “AirAsia Flight 8501”. Search rescues were attempted: 30 ships and 15 planes were searching for the plane but were having difficulty. On January 12, 2015, divers retrieved the black boxes from the wreckage, but the bodies are still missing. 155 passengers were on the plane.

In 2014, there have been two other flight travesties from Malaysia. One of the planes also disappeared and the other was shot down while over a warzone in Ukraine.

Many are complaining as to why the airplanes left under severe weather conditions as opposed to the U.S. flight schedules, which are usually canceled when the atmospheric conditions are not up to par. Then, there is the question as to why they risked flying over a warzone when that is obviously dangerous for not only the passengers, but also the flight crew.

Keep in mind that, airlines do not have to cancel flights; however, recent events may require more strict regulations. Regardless, it is up to each airline to decide which action to carry out.

The government claims not to know what is happening, but people believe that the government is not telling the whole truth. As always, the conspiracy theorists are having a field day with this one, believing that the plane crashes are part of a political scheme amongst hidden players.


st0119-01-1 Sung Ho Woo
Whitney High School 10th Grade

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