i just really hope they're ok :'(
the captain is very experienced having over 18,000 hours of flying time
. Im sure he would have done his absolute best to save the aircraft should anything bad have happened.
-may-cat- is right. If the situation was incredibly serious the pilots would not even bother with the radio and focus on controlling the plane as best as they could.
What really stumps me is the fact that the plane suddenly just disappeared off the radar. I did work experience with the air force last year and they explained to me how the radars work. I can't see a logical reason for the plane to have just disappeared.
I'm just really sad now. MAS is my favourite airline to travel with, and for something this tragic to happen breaks my heart.
I am just so deeply saddened by this tragedy and my thoughts and prayers go out to the captain, co-pilot, crew, passengers and their friends and family. #PrayForMH370 i still have a tiny glint of hope....just a tiny tiny tiny glint of hope that they could be ok...but i fear the worst.