Malaysia Airline Missing 777 Part 2
In part 1 I talked about the possibility of the missing 777 being stolen- hijacked and taken for some terrorist purpose. The next question is where could it have landed.
The 777 needs about a mile of landing strip. It needs to be wide enough too, 200-300 feet across.
Could the terrorists have built a suitable runway in some remote part of a country? All they needed were time and resources. Does anyone doubt that they had those?
And if they landed in some remote area cellphones would not be useful. The passengers, if alive, would be cut-off from the rest of the world.
By now the 777 and landing strip have been covered, meaning satellite fly-overs wouldn't detect anything. The search needs to be focused on any land in the radius suitable for such an endeavor. I would look in extremist-held lands. If the plane is downed in the water there aren't any survivors and no urgency. If I am right then there is a great deal of urgency and it must be dealt with.
A plane downed in the water will eventually have debris washing up on some shore. And we will then go from there.