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JUST A FEW THOUGHTS on Matt Wald’s tracked over the ocean, even in remote, non-radar areas.
This is something the media hasn’t been good at explaining. to Consider Ways to Track Planes Over Seas,” and similar phrasings, which have been rampant, give people the impression that once a plane hits oceanic airspace, it effectively disappears until making landfall on the other side.
How this may have happened, if it did, remains unknown, but possibilities include a cabin breach caused by a bomb or structural failure, or a major pressurization malfunction.
Pilots are trained to deal with such things, and even a total loss of cabin pressure is seldom dangerous.
The plane wasn’t being tracked because the communications equipment was dead.
We can and perhaps should argue whether some sort of fail-safe, independently powered locator signal ought to be installed aboard transoceanic aircraft, able to transmit latitude and longitude position, but in normal operations the existing equipment works quite well, and is a lot more sophisticated than people are being led to believe. The comments of retired pilot Robert Hilb were especially frustrating.
Once the engines quit, the plane would have stayed stable for a certain amount of time, then eventually would have stalled and/or plummeted and crashed. It’d somewhat depend on which modes of the autopilot had been engaged, as well as the plane’s altitude and speed.
The hypoxia idea has been there from the beginning (I’m one of several people who’ve been citing it as a possibility, right from day one), but has been lost amidst the more colorful theories of pilot suicide, hijacking, UFO abduction, and so forth.High-altitude decompressions can be rapid or gradual, but either way it’s critical that the pilots get their supplemental oxygen masks on immediately.We imagine a situation where they did not, becoming disoriented as they attempted to troubleshoot and organize a diversion back to Kuala Lumpur or some other airport, getting only a partial — or garbled — re-route into the plane’s navigation system before falling unconscious.We switch it on shortly before taxiing, then switch it off again (actually it’s moved to a standby mode) after docking in.Second, in the interest of safety — namely, fire and electrical system protection — it’s important to have the ability to isolate a piece of equipment, either by a standard switch or, if need be, through a circuit breaker.