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The Vanishing of Flight 370


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    LEMMiNO  2 жыл бұрын +4481

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    • Odin Satanas
      Odin Satanas 3 күн бұрын

      That new Netflix doc came out and i was like..this is okay, but Lemminos was better haha. The only new thing was that suspicious older dude who somehow found literally all the debris, and that almost none of it was able to be verified, raising a lot of eyebrows

    • hbdragon88
      hbdragon88 Ай бұрын

      @Kimmaline I don't know if the situation has changed, but from what I read, Malaysia Airlines, as the owner, would have to initiate a new search, which could expose them to legal liability if they find the plane and are found to be at fault or negligence.
      You'd hope that they would want to find the plane more than avoid potential legal issues but 🤷‍♂️

    • Gg
      Gg Ай бұрын

      Jesus loves you and is coming back soon!
      Believe in His death and resurrection and repent of your sins and be saved!
      Remember that He died and rose up again for you to be in heaven with Him!
      Have an amazing day ❤️.😊

    • Ca- Blaze
      Ca- Blaze 2 ай бұрын

      You have to do one about HELIOS Flight. Its one of the most sick situations anyone can be. You make the best videos

  • Hippy Frogster
    Hippy Frogster 3 жыл бұрын +6607

    It’s scary to know that even big and controlled objects such as airplanes can go missing in a world where technology is at a breakthrough

    • Catalin Timofti
      Catalin Timofti 19 күн бұрын

      ​@Julian Diaz shit has been going missing in the ocean since forever

    • mosaic broken hearts
      mosaic broken hearts Ай бұрын

      Nasa finds smol microbes and water droplets on other planets that are several thousand kms away from earth and yet we're struggling to find the bottom of our ocean. (Ocean is large ik) Nasa tech needs to lend support for this.

    • Ramon Puello
      Ramon Puello Ай бұрын

      @Julian Diaz exactly. Hint: find out who was on the flight. I know but do your homework

    • Ramon Puello
      Ramon Puello Ай бұрын


  • killjoy
    killjoy 7 ай бұрын +5003

    This story has always terrified me way more then any true crime or serial killer cases, the idea that even with all this technology and all these people searching we have literally no idea what happened to these people is so eerie

    • yusuki2
      yusuki2 6 күн бұрын


    • xavier rogers
      xavier rogers 8 күн бұрын

      @CadetTrev more likely America because they had a lot of military in the area when the plane crashed

    • A fiery woman
      A fiery woman 11 күн бұрын +3

      Just watched a TV duel about this mystery.It' s been 9 years and no news.The truth is it probably landed somewhere, because there were two tones of electro materials in cargo and some Chinese scientists among passengers.They were heading to Beijing and America just did't want that material( probably something important, maybe even some patents for new to come weapon, who knows).America had to have it.Unfortunately, there were a lo of passengers, but America don't care about people's lives.

    • YourFriendlyNeighbourhoodKGBagent
      YourFriendlyNeighbourhoodKGBagent 11 күн бұрын

      so spooky tbh. I think it was the illuminati

  • Viz
    Viz 3 ай бұрын +2477

    Theory from your cabin pressure idea: The plane lost cabin pressure incapacitating both pilots and the crew, the turns where from smalls lapses where the pilots regained conciousness and attempting to turn back but losing conciousness before they could complete the turn. This would go on until both pilots lost conciousness for the last time leaving the plane on a long trek down the indian ocean before crashing near antarctica.

    • [ Mav ]
      [ Mav ] Күн бұрын

      @firstlast9593 did you even watch the video? It shows the wreckage. Try using more than just your gold fish attention span for once

    • redlips.writtenwords
      redlips.writtenwords 6 күн бұрын

      @Luis Santiago López Pérezi super agree here.. even though theyre a pile of different sessions…WHY IN THE WORLD WAS THERE A PIN IN THE SOUTH INDIAN OCEANNNN ohmyghaddd

    • Noob Tube
      Noob Tube 9 күн бұрын

      Well then why did they turn the transponders off then?

    • Kilo
      Kilo 10 күн бұрын

      If the cabin lost pressure, that wouldn't explain why the transponders were disabled. Pressure loss doesn't disable transponders.

    • Abbi H
      Abbi H 11 күн бұрын +1

      @G Man my biggest question is if this was a hijacking, why hasn’t any group/persons come forward to take the credit for it? Hijackings always have demands or are trying to make a statement. If (and it’s a big if) the hijackers were working alone, why wouldn’t they have left a note or other documents explaining what they did, their goal for doing it and what they hope to achieve by doing it?
      Plus, so many family members of people who have committed suicide will deny that they did that. They will say there were no signs (most of the time they’re lying to themselves) and they don’t want to admit that somebody could do that. Just look at people who are accused of murder, without irrefutable proof (sometimes even with it) the family will always stand by them. I’m not saying the pilot did kill himself and everybody else, but his family saying he wasn’t depressed really isn’t anything to go by. Suicide is also a hugely taboo subject in that part of the world, even if they did believe he was suicidal, they probably wouldn’t admit it. Who wants to admit their father/son/brother etc was capable of murdering that many people?
      IF it was suicide, it could explain the journey the flight took. He knew the plane more than likely would never be found and was covering his tracks so that he wouldn’t be an embarrassment/let down to his family and they’d still be able to claim life insurance. Who knows the truth. I just think a high-jacking is very unlikely given nobody taking credit and I also don’t think we can rule out suicide just because the family say he didn’t have any mental health issues

  • Jonathan Ridgway
    Jonathan Ridgway 15 күн бұрын +460

    I discovered this video after watching Episode 1 of that dreadful Netflix documentary. I found this much more informative and less biased. I now completely understand the situation and whilst we don't truly know what happened, you painted a much clearer picture as to how things may have unfolded with some excellent visual presentations. Thank you and keep up the great work.

    • ZenaGomez
      ZenaGomez Күн бұрын

      @Viliam Klein the only true logical explanation for this man finding the pieces is that he is in-fact James Bond.
      Or Jason Bourne.

    • Viliam Klein
      Viliam Klein Күн бұрын +1

      @ZenaGomez no, he's obviously the living reincarnation of James Bond: international man of mystery. Or he has too much money and time on his hands, so (after listening to the advice from experts about where to go) he went looking for plane parts and found some. Or he's actually 007.

    • ZenaGomez
      ZenaGomez Күн бұрын

      So do you think that guy who kept finding the plane pieces in the Netflix documentary was legit..?

    • Viliam Klein
      Viliam Klein Күн бұрын

      The best part of the documentary is the interviews with Mike in the hangar I work at and the B-roll of him using my computer 😂

    • PlayBoX 1452
      PlayBoX 1452 3 күн бұрын

      They made it way too long and boring. Lemmino makes it way better and much more informative.

  • ThatGamerWhoLovesPlatformers
    ThatGamerWhoLovesPlatformers 7 ай бұрын +2081

    I’m a half malay person watching this video. I might be a bit late, but I just want to add more support to the story. Recently my dad (who is a hard working pilot) shared with me that he used to be very good friends with the pilot of MH370. He said that the pilot of MH370 was very kind and sharp and it would be very rare for an experienced pilot like him to suicide, or crash the plane. My dad used to work for Malaysian airplanes but ever since 2003 or 2005 (I think) he has changed airlines. My condolences to the pilot of MH370. Rest In Peace.

    • kim_ch
      kim_ch 20 сағат бұрын

      It is super common that in passenger vessel disasters (not just airlines, think Costa Concordia) that the companies try to find a scapegoat to cover their asses from being scrutinized/sued for mismanagement or faulty equipment

    • Ryan Tosh
      Ryan Tosh Күн бұрын

      @dreamkittyRespect. This is how everyone should handle being wrong on the internet.

    • Louise Botos
      Louise Botos 12 күн бұрын

      ​@ShioKZclipif it was shot down by mistake.....

    • zac3k33
      zac3k33 12 күн бұрын


  • manijatt
    manijatt 12 күн бұрын +270

    this guy made a way more informative documentary in 24 mins than what netflix recently made in 3 hours

    • Gordon
      Gordon Күн бұрын +1

      Having watched this KZclip video when it came out I returned to it after reaching episode 2 of the Netflix documentary and realising it is going to be shite. Indulging the most obviously lame conspiracy theories is a sick exploitation of the grieving families confusion and anger. And any time you hear "It couldn't be a coincidence, could it?" you know that's exactly what it was. I'm not going to watch any more of it and I'm angry that Netflix, with their massive reach, distributed something so pathetic.

    • rczig
      rczig Күн бұрын +1

      LEMMINO is better than anything netflix can make honestly

    • HappyWarriorsFan
      HappyWarriorsFan 2 күн бұрын +1

      @Tristan Winkle pretty sure they didn't because they got his wife on it

    • Jay Man
      Jay Man 8 күн бұрын

      It is sad that you're barely watching this

    • Unfinished Art
      Unfinished Art 8 күн бұрын


  • InanimateSum
    InanimateSum 3 жыл бұрын +143719

    When KZcliprs make better, more engaging documentaries than news outlets and people with millions of dollars

    • Odin Satanas
      Odin Satanas 3 күн бұрын

      I will say the hypothesis that two AWACS jammed the plane and brought it down to prevent classified tech in the cargo from reaching China is pretty feasible, it's totally something we would do and have done before, i can't see some of the involved countries not immediately calling out such a horrendous act immediately if discovered

    • Contexto_
      Contexto_ 8 күн бұрын +1

      you predict the bullshit Netflix show

    • Just a TLD Fan
      Just a TLD Fan Ай бұрын


    • MushroomGodAlt
      MushroomGodAlt Ай бұрын

      It's cuz youtubers actually like it doing them.

    • anji
      anji 2 ай бұрын

      the quality is so good for a yt doc too

  • Awoken Entertainment
    Awoken Entertainment  Жыл бұрын +878

    The thought of hoping on a plane and then disappearing to the point where nobody truly knows what happened..
    Absolutely terrifying how everything you thought was important to do once you arrived destination has all been suddenly taken from you

    • Mr. Frundles
      Mr. Frundles 3 күн бұрын

      @The King there will be no evidence that you believe. But we know what you felt before you were born, so why not go with that "feeling"?

    • Michael Walker
      Michael Walker 3 ай бұрын +9

      @Daniellia Simpson There is no way to prove their is a "spirit"

    • Daniellia Simpson
      Daniellia Simpson 7 ай бұрын +6

      @The King there is, we're both physical and spiritual beings. The body dies when our spirit leave but where does the spirit go?
      I believe in heaven and hell. Soon after my mom died I prayed to God to ask him where her soul was. And I had a dream about her. She was glowing with joy and so happy. I've never seen her that happy in my life. She was frolicking and I've never had a dream like that again. So I hope to see her again one day and other loved ones too💜

    • The King
      The King 7 ай бұрын +7

      @data No one will ever know, there will never be any evidence. I know what you’re saying, let’s just hope there is something in the after life.

    • data
      data 7 ай бұрын +11

      @The King pretty much no other theory has any evidence behind it, but we do know what unconciousness is like, and that the brain shuts down after death, in other words it is a lack of conciousness.
      sure there could be an afterlife, but there's nothing to indicate that yet, so we should go towards what has the most evidence until perhaps another theory with more evidence arrives.

  • Odd Little Me
    Odd Little Me 8 ай бұрын +906

    It's really upsetting and depressing to know that they gave up on finding the plane and giving the over 200 passengers' families closure on what really happened. They should definitely try and search the area near Christmas Island. I can't imagine what their families went through

    • justgoingincognito
      justgoingincognito Күн бұрын +1

      There's no fking way they can find it, most of the parts have probably been destroyed.

    • XYZ
      XYZ Ай бұрын +3

      There’s probably nothing to be found now. All the parts of the airplane have long since scattered, and all the bodies of the passengers have all decomposed and been eaten by the sea life.
      Even if someone were to search the exact area where the plane crashed, it’s not likely they would find anything there.

    • Utonian
      Utonian Ай бұрын +4

      They can't afford to keep searching forever, it costs millions of dollars to do so

    • EXO-L 2020
      EXO-L 2020 2 ай бұрын +6

      Someone has to pay for these searches, unfortunately. They are using a lot of expensive equipment, and in the end, they just can't justify that cost, when it is taking time and effort away from other things. These are governments that are having to pay for this, and they have to consider the rest of their citizens, etc. At a certain point, they need to go back to the drawing board, and give up the search. The plane isn't going anywhere, whereever it is. And the families, while I am sure, are upset not to have closure, there is no doubt that their loved ones perished in some horrible way. The ocean is HUGE, and while we have advanced technology, it still isn't enough to successfully plumb the depths of the vast, vast ocean, with complete accuracy.

  • sendiv ranasinghe
    sendiv ranasinghe 3 ай бұрын +762

    Flying Malaysia airlines at night al always gives me the goosebumps. I really would like to know what really happened to this flight. I was 9 back then when I heard the incident and still no clue of what happened. I really want to know what really happened. R.I.P souls aboard MH370

    • •Just a Swamiji with an internet connection•
      •Just a Swamiji with an internet connection• 15 күн бұрын +2

      Yeah .....and now NETFLIX has started documentary on this....again this case has been opened.....now we may know the actual fcuk happened

    • Binny
      Binny 17 күн бұрын +3

      Theres a reason we dont know. Very sinister things happend with this

    • AMX28
      AMX28 Ай бұрын +6

      I was 9 years old in March 2014.
      I hope the plane will be found in our lifetime.

    • 5EN
      5EN 2 ай бұрын +1

      I was also around that age

    • Anvaxion
      Anvaxion 2 ай бұрын +4

      maybe in the far future we gonna know

  • Imanuel Caushi
    Imanuel Caushi 4 ай бұрын +201

    I recently met someone who lost a relative in this flight. While I have been awed by this story since it happened, meeting someone who is directly involved with it was quite harrowing and heartbreaking. May they all Rest in Peace

  • Ryujin
    Ryujin 3 ай бұрын +290

    My piano teacher as a child quit when her brother died on flight 370. I remember we where planning to go to China, taking the exact flight on the same plane, when the plane disappeared our tickets where renewed and we where given a different flight number. It was disturbing and sad seeing how it directly effected those who lost people, and realising how close you can come to disaster without knowing it

    • Shuvam Shrestha
      Shuvam Shrestha Күн бұрын

      Were* not where.

    • •May Is Online•
      •May Is Online• 3 күн бұрын

      Thank goodness you didn't get to go on the plane. I hope your piano teacher is doing okay now.

    • V01D
      V01D 6 күн бұрын +2

      @Mohana Enduri *God

    • Mohana Enduri
      Mohana Enduri 21 күн бұрын +1

      it was like god saved y'all from something tragic happening... he delayed it than killing ppl

    • Saika Jellymon
      Saika Jellymon 26 күн бұрын +1

      Thanks you guys didn't get the mh17 either

  • Ezzie
    Ezzie  Жыл бұрын +17587

    This man makes 20+ minute, studio level documentaries for free, and not a midroll ad in sight. My man know your worth

    • TheVividKiWi
      TheVividKiWi 9 күн бұрын

      I got an ad at 7:11, which felt like a purposeful ad break lol. No complaint, just saying.

    • transfer transfer
      transfer transfer 15 күн бұрын

      this is just dumb. If he tries to monetize it he would be bash for being greedy. If he doesn't he would also be bash for 'know your worth' you can't please everyone lol

    • MrDLB
      MrDLB  25 күн бұрын


    • Awe someone’s mad
      Awe someone’s mad Ай бұрын

      KZclip premium. I don’t have time for ads lol. Know your worth🤷🏻‍♂️

  • Henrique S.
    Henrique S. 3 ай бұрын +392

    I can only imagine the chaos inside that plane for 6 or 7 hours before its crash (or whatever happened). Inocent people having no idea of what was going on and knowing that they probably would be dead real soon. That's terrifying

    • Mr. Frundles
      Mr. Frundles 3 күн бұрын

      @data I've been on Lufthansa flights in 2014 where there definitely was internet access.

    • Project 1826
      Project 1826 6 күн бұрын

      @BlueJay_567this makes the most sense to me too. I fly often but very anxious, I pay attention to the flight time, i would of definitely noticed if the flight too longer and mentioned something, and I’m sure the crew would of noticed made an announcement etc. it had to be something for them not to communicate.

    • BlueJay_567
      BlueJay_567 9 күн бұрын +1

      @data wow, didn’t think about that, but it’s crazy that a simple development that has occurred since then would give a huge clue as to what happened

    • data
      data 9 күн бұрын +1

      @BlueJay_567 no internet on the plane, it is somewhat common now (moreso with higher priced flights) but back in 2013 it was virtually non existent

    • BlueJay_567
      BlueJay_567 9 күн бұрын +4

      What I don’t understand is how nobody on the plane texted or called a loved one, this makes me think it’s almost certainly hypoxia because nobody would be awake

  • PewPeww
    PewPeww 15 күн бұрын +65

    i like how lemmino delivered these info without being bias. the netflix documentaries regarding the mh370 is very biased to the point of mocking malaysia.
    so glad this channel exist

  • ;laskdjf
    ;laskdjf 3 ай бұрын +756

    I don't know why I keep watching these videos in the airport right before I'm going to fly

    • Lovely Untamed
      Lovely Untamed Күн бұрын


    • MrJornun
      MrJornun 13 күн бұрын +3

      Chances of dying in a plane crash is 1 in 11 million

    • cream unicorn cookie
      cream unicorn cookie 23 күн бұрын

      ​@HeroSword P I'm afraid of flying since the first time i got on an airplane 💀💀💀

    • Gg
      Gg Ай бұрын +1

      Jesus loves you all and is coming back soon!
      Believe in His death and resurrection and accept Him as your Lord and Saviour and be saved and abandon your sins and turn to Him!
      Have an amazing day!❤❤️

  • Black Person
    Black Person 11 ай бұрын +615

    i think all planes should have camera’s inside & out that can be viewed by the on land communicators. that way they’ll always know what’s going on or what happened if something goes wrong

    • justgoingincognito
      justgoingincognito Күн бұрын

      @data not really like it could be 144p(colorless) for all i give a sht about, just delete the files after a few months.

    • Haha Hahahah
      Haha Hahahah 6 ай бұрын +17

      @RedRockBro do you want to work in a workplace wheren everything you do is recorded with a camera? That’s really not good. We must not forget, this is just of the few cases. Everyday there are thousands of safe flights without anything happening.

    • Deboniako
      Deboniako 6 ай бұрын +14

      @cooldude 101011 Even if it were SATCOM, going at the speed of a plane generates certain losses in data transmissions between a plane and a satellite. That's why it's not possible to have cellphone internet in an airplane

    • cooldude 101011
      cooldude 101011 7 ай бұрын +10

      @stitchedguts yeah. Plus black boxes are made to be as tough as possible, including the contents. It’s why black boxes still use older forms of storing data as they are usually more resilient. Data stored in a hard drive for instance is easier to destroy, corrupt, etc than data stored via a tape. Apparently the oldest flight data recorders literally stored (the little data they recorded) in metal by punching marks in them like a typewriter.
      OPs idea of including video would be too complicated and probably require too much storage space. I’m assuming that maybe they meant via the satcom?

    • RedRockBro
      RedRockBro 7 ай бұрын +39

      @data Hey cameras that can record up to 24 hours aren't hard to come by, especially for airports, just delete the footage if everything goes right after every landing or something.

  • Noone Here
    Noone Here 14 күн бұрын +25

    As an aspiring ATC, the moment I heard the last radio transmission I was very alarmed. I literally said to myself, "no readback?" Although you covered this later in the video, it might have been better to point this out right in the moment for the people who might not know the standard procedure, as there being no readback is VERY fishy especially considering the fact that the other tower couldn't get radar OR radio contact.

    • Noone Here
      Noone Here 10 күн бұрын +3

      @Matt Jenssen they are. In real life though, if nothing up until that point was out of the ordinary, and had the vietnamese ATC established radio contact immediately after, then the missed readback would not have been an issue and the pilot likely would not have been held responsible for that. But unfortunately, the other ATC could not contact the pilot, which makes the non existent readback very suspicious.

    • Matt Jenssen
      Matt Jenssen 10 күн бұрын +2

      Exactly that’s what I was thinking. And as far Ik readbacks are mandatory right?

  • Ęÿūį Æßñ
    Ęÿūį Æßñ 2 жыл бұрын +8148

    The Scary Part is, when Flight 370 was first declared missing and the search began, Flight 370 was still in the air and would be for 2 more hours before crashing.

    • justgoingincognito
      justgoingincognito Күн бұрын

      @Vin Laurent it would be more plausible that they went and got eaten by godzilla.

    • Connor Jones
      Connor Jones 2 ай бұрын

      @Vin Laurent Okay Don Lemon

    • Mohammed ALI Clay
      Mohammed ALI Clay 7 ай бұрын

      @Art byGiselle what voice mail?

    • Dreadsom
      Dreadsom 7 ай бұрын +1

      @Malo vise Malo PREVISE he said imagine he obv didn't mean it why don't you grow up instead of trying to use an age to insult someone😂

    • Gills
      Gills 7 ай бұрын

      @Aron 13 prove what? You prove to me that we landed on the moon.

  • Fherii
    Fherii 28 күн бұрын +47

    Love this kind of documentary where there's no unecessary details shoved towards viewers faces, just straight up telling/relaying of gathered infos. Thanks a bunch, kudos to a great documentary and to your team!

  • TheUltimateShadow64
    TheUltimateShadow64 10 күн бұрын +17

    This has been one of my favourite videos on KZclip for a long time. Despite being a fiercely streamlined, unbiased series of well researched facts, its so absorbing and rewatchable. I used to think the story of MH370 was doing some of the heavy lifting but the 2023 Netflix docu-series on Flight 370 proves that a great story poorly told is no substitute for any story well told.
    If nothing else, I hope a lot of people come back to this video / discover this video for the first time through searches and recommendations because of that docu-series. I would say its because these videos deserve the support but honestly, I think its because people deserve these videos.

  • Kulaid
    Kulaid 9 күн бұрын +13

    Amazing how 1 man made a better documentary than Netflix

    • Kulaid
      Kulaid 9 күн бұрын +6

      @Tuvathedog Netflix's theories were way too farfetched imo and i don't think they belong in something that calls itself a documentary

    • Tuvathedog
      Tuvathedog 9 күн бұрын

      The Netflix documentary covered more theories but he went straight to the point

  • hi hi
    hi hi 9 күн бұрын +9

    It’s mesmerising to know we saw this on the news, and witnessed a historic tragedy taking place.
    I still can’t believe that the plane I saw on the news back then still hasn’t been found.

  • BeTheOne
    BeTheOne 3 ай бұрын +205

    Thanks for making this video! This was the flight that I frequently took for work trips to Beijing. It will shed more lights if we know who were on board the flight.

    • Orlandeau
      Orlandeau Ай бұрын +1

      @Gg I stopped believing in imaginary friends a long, long time ago

    • Marc W.
      Marc W. Ай бұрын +1

      @Gg Nah

    • Gg
      Gg Ай бұрын

      Jesus loves you all and is coming back soon!
      Believe in His death and resurrection and accept Him as your Lord and Saviour and be saved and abandon your sins and turn to Him!
      Have an amazing day!❤❤️

    • Marc W.
      Marc W. 3 ай бұрын +8

      We do. He even mentioned in the video that there were two suspicious individuals on the flight, who were subsequently cleared.

  • eakveer chonkar
    eakveer chonkar 2 жыл бұрын +5772

    I still remember when the worlds biggest problem was this flight

    • Snyde Don
      Snyde Don 14 күн бұрын

      @Robert what’s worse is when the opposite thing happens.

    • ameumis
      ameumis 2 жыл бұрын

      @Old Fridge i was 10 back then 👁️👄👁️

    • Cruising Scenes and Taking Beans
      Cruising Scenes and Taking Beans 2 жыл бұрын

      Totally agree. What a world.

    • Touché ‘
      Touché ‘ 2 жыл бұрын

      @Robert lmao

    • Will
      Will 2 жыл бұрын

      I was in 6th grade lmao, crazy I remember what class I was when the news broke

  • C. W.
    C. W.  Жыл бұрын +441

    I keep rewatching this video, this plane NEEDS to be found, it's unbearable not to know. I'm wondering wether the evidence will last long enough though. The flight recorders can't last forever down there.

    • Jair the legend
      Jair the legend 2 ай бұрын

      @Erika he’s quiet after that last sentence

    • Y C
      Y C 3 ай бұрын

      It’s useless now

    • Stefano Borini
      Stefano Borini 4 ай бұрын +4

      There's nothing to find. An airplane crashing at high speed will disintegrate. It's not like a ship that just sinks. It's a thin tube of metal and plastic that crashes at almost the speed of sound. It's already a lot we found an intact flaperon.

    • Samaa Samaa
      Samaa Samaa 5 ай бұрын

      Just here to remind you it still hasn’t been found 😋

    • Erika
      Erika 9 ай бұрын +7

      @data No you didn't. You said that hypoxia makes pilots do wrong decisions and shift in and out of consciousness. You haven't addressed at all how this hypoxia could be so severe that it immediately made them unable to signal for help, how the hypoxia turned off the transponders, but how while being so severe it still didn't kill them for multiple hours as they flew the plan out over the pacific.

  • Rumeia
    Rumeia  Жыл бұрын +92

    This whole thing still gives me chills. I remember coming home from school and my family watching the news covering on the flight disappearing. It’s terrifying to think about what the families of the passengers were going through when they heard about this. It’s already been 8 years, I personally think the government has something to do with this flight vanishing.

    • Awii
      Awii 12 күн бұрын

      @FlorityFlora it's important to know HOW the plane crashed. Just because everyone on that plane is dead doesn't mean searching for it is a lost cause. The black box on the plane stores flight data and it shows how the plane crashed.

    • XYZ
      XYZ Ай бұрын +2

      Which government? So many different countries conducted searches, it’s highly unlikely that they were all in on it and all decided on a cover-up, no?

    • FlorityFlora
      FlorityFlora 2 ай бұрын

      It would be the biggest waste of money in history, they finally find the plane after millions of dollars poured into it, then they just find that they are all dead, pointless.

    • Flow
      Flow 6 ай бұрын +3

      I dont think "guvenement bad" is the case here.
      Just that unlike Space, we havent explored that much of the seas yet.
      The ocean is large and deep, searches are costly and except bringing closure to families, theres not really a need to search for it anymore

    • Rumeia
      Rumeia 7 ай бұрын

      @Atropa Belladonna not to mention there were a lot of scientists and doctors on the plane.

  • amanlol7273
    amanlol7273 2 ай бұрын +42

    The airplane Malaysia Airlines also suffered a huge bankrupt after this disappearance. Before this incident, Malaysia Airlines was known as one of the most safest airlines ever, however this costed the airline to go bankrupt, and barely anyone even boarded MAS ever since this happend. Many of the crew members and especially pilots of the airline lost their jobs.

  • waterfall eyes
    waterfall eyes 7 ай бұрын +43

    This video will always amaze me, not just because of how fascinating the story is, but how much research this person has done to make such a detailed documentary all while having such impressive video editing skills

  • Andrei Amariei
    Andrei Amariei 3 ай бұрын +599

    Latest update: A Madagascar fisherman found a part of the landing gear indicating the landing gear was down when the aircraft hit the ocean, pointing towards the scenario where the pilot intentionally crashed the plane...

    • CaseyD
      CaseyD 16 күн бұрын +1

      @saga There's a video on KZclip from 60 Minutes Australia (called "Why experts believe MH370 was murder suicide") where they interview a panel of aviation experts who better explain the theory that it was done intentionally and glided down with the intent of sinking rather than hitting hard and leaving a whole bunch of debris on the surface to find.

    • Peter Müller
      Peter Müller Ай бұрын +1

      @Caden You're right. And there's simply no proof the landing gear was deployed. Just because you find a piece of the gear door doesn't allow any conclusion about the final position of that door. The plane was smashed into pieces. It's all just speculation.

    • Caden
      Caden Ай бұрын +2

      Why would someone deploy a landing gear? There’s literally no reason if you’re going to crash the plane and die then you crash it. There’s no reason for a landing gear to be down

  • Max Anthony
    Max Anthony 2 жыл бұрын +36996

    imagine 5 years later an unscheduled flight requests for permission to land at beijing

    • Pam Cribbs
      Pam Cribbs 22 сағат бұрын +1

      A “Twilight Zone” storyline for sure!

    • Jordan Khizroev
      Jordan Khizroev 2 ай бұрын

      That sounds like something that would happen in a Twilight Zone episode

    • SmilingSky
      SmilingSky 3 ай бұрын

      @TheAverageLutfi Why would there be ATC in a closed airport?

    • drain
      drain 4 ай бұрын

      theres a small chance, a very small chance this can happen, it mightve quantum tunneled somehow somewhere, we dont know

    • Niaj
      Niaj 4 ай бұрын


  • DZombieDragon
    DZombieDragon 9 ай бұрын +93

    My dad was living in Kuala Lumpur at the time that MH370 went missing, and I remember being terrified as I knew he traveled a lot for business in that region. He also made sure to never let me fly to visit him via Malaysian Airlines, especially after that incident. I just hope that someday, the wreckage is found so that the families of those missing can finally be at peace…

  • cody vinn
    cody vinn 9 ай бұрын +50

    for the loved ones of the passengers and pilots, never finding out what really happened is heart breaking

  • 2 Tears
    2 Tears 8 ай бұрын +67

    I hope so badly that they’ll find the full wreckage ,the story is absolutely indulging to listen to but completely tragic and horrific, especially the fact that there’s no outstanding piece of the wreckage that could provide any information. I’ve never been big on conspiracies myself but I love to hear them ,a cover up one way or the other seems like the only assumption that would make sense given that there is almost nothing and nothing but a few pieces of debris were found ? Positively mind boggling.

    • XYZ
      XYZ Ай бұрын +1

      The thing is though that searches have been conducted by several agencies of several different countries, which makes a coverup a lot less likely than if only one single government agency of one country had been searching.

    • 2 Tears
      2 Tears 4 ай бұрын +2

      @Tea Noire very interesting ! I like your take on it .

    • Tea Noire
      Tea Noire 5 ай бұрын +5

      I have a feeling the plane got clipped by a government test missile or smth along those lines by accident and the pilots lost control of the plane. The sharp turn and up and down motion in the flight altitude remind me of Japan Airlines 123 when they lost their stabilizer and flew in an erratic up and down pattern and made sharp turns because they had little to no control over their plane. The pilots either passed out from hypoxia or were too busy trying to control an out-of-control plane to answer any satellite calls.
      When the military realized their mistake, they sent out people to go and clean the wreckage up (they would know where the plane crashed since they were the ones that shot it down), including the black box. They managed to get most of it but obviously couldn't get every little small peice, which is why some of the wreckage washed up on the shores of beaches nearby. I find it off that the government released info integral to finding the plane days into the search instead of right away, almost as if they didn't want to give away too much info that might implicate them.

  • Red Dirt Nurse
    Red Dirt Nurse 11 күн бұрын +8

    The sad story about the Helios flight was the brave cabin crew member, Andreas Prodromou. He remained conscious and attempted to fly the plane as the engines died. It's reported that he managed to turn the aircraft away from populated areas, thus reducing the loss of life.

  • Simerali
    Simerali 9 ай бұрын +34

    I remember this happening, it's one of the few things that stand out from my childhood. I was barely turned 11 att, stuck in a hospital for two weeks while battling it out against influenza A or pneumonia whichever it was, so the tv was constantly playing news about the search operations

  • Sanchana Chandrasegar
    Sanchana Chandrasegar  Жыл бұрын +23882

    I'm a Malaysian and I remember how scary it was the night the plane went missing because every news channel was talking about it and what's worse was the fact that my dad boarded a Malaysian Airlines plane that same night and we didn't know which flight he took. Thankfully it was a different one. My heart goes out to everyone who lost someone they loved that night.

    • D B
      D B 16 күн бұрын

      wow, that must have been scary! glad he's safe.

    • Mk
      Mk Ай бұрын +1

      same happened once with my mom , we lived abroad and my mom was going to her dad's funeral in Pakistan, the day she went we heard a Pakistani flight has crashed (airblue RIP) my dad was at house so as kids we were bawling our eyes out at home thinking its our mom's flight. but alhumdulillah it wasn't , it really is scary

    • Gg
      Gg Ай бұрын

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    • Spence Abroad
      Spence Abroad Ай бұрын

      @opiumcarti the pilot fly it to a place where it would be difficult to find. It's in the southern Indian Ocean.

  • dzb
    dzb 10 ай бұрын +16

    It's been recently determined that MH370 went into a holding pattern just before plummetting, placing the crash site a bit further north. An oceanographer/professor (sorry can't remember his name and affiliation) made this determination and at the time of the search, he and his team was never consulted or his findings considered. I truly hope this plane is found (flight and voice recorders especially) to solve this mystery.

    • Pastello
      Pastello 10 ай бұрын

      Charitha Pattiaratchi is the professor, from the uni of western australia!

  • Ramiza
    Ramiza 13 күн бұрын +47

    the fact that this is better than the Netflix documentary speaks volume

  • DMJ 822
    DMJ 822 7 ай бұрын +22

    My condolences to the families who lost loved ones on this flight.

  • Nick Cellino
    Nick Cellino 2 ай бұрын +9

    I absolutely loved the short documentary. It fully deserves the 22 million views it has received and LEMMiNO deserves his 5 million subscribers and whatever income he receives from Patreon.
    A large network production team couldn't have done a better job.

  • JackaL
    JackaL 7 ай бұрын +51

    its crazy how something as big as a airplane can get lost in the sea and just is never found, really puts into prospective how massive the ocean is.

    • JackaL
      JackaL 28 күн бұрын

      @myunie been out work a job 6 figures and i have a personal space ship that takes me to mars whenever i wanna be cold

    • myunie
      myunie Ай бұрын +4

      @JackaL stay in school

    • My dog's face looks like a stock picture
      My dog's face looks like a stock picture 3 ай бұрын +7

      @JackaL never seen a map of the earth?💀

    • JackaL
      JackaL 6 ай бұрын

      @Stoof the ocean is like 3% max nice try with your lame stream media

  • ToastyEggs
    ToastyEggs 3 жыл бұрын +12127

    This story gives me chills. Imagine being on that plane. You are stuck, and suddenly your life has changed and you will be lost for eternity... it’s just.. scary how fast your life can change and how fast you can be forgotten...

    • Laura Matisone
      Laura Matisone 15 күн бұрын

      Send a message at any point you feel something is wrong....if possible. Life jackets under seat. Something should have been found, but the odd part is that nothing was found.

    • クールShinji
      クールShinji 8 ай бұрын

      When you die you're lost for infinity, so it's not that bad.

    • Angel Wayne
      Angel Wayne 10 ай бұрын +1


    • Boomer Dave
      Boomer Dave  Жыл бұрын

      @Joseph S-D you good mate?

  • Mr. Supreme
    Mr. Supreme 8 ай бұрын +33

    I can’t help, but felt bad for those families who were depressed on how they lost one or more of their family members by this tragedy.

  • Halotaku
    Halotaku 14 күн бұрын +23

    Just letting you know (pun intended), Netflix put out their own 3-episode miniseries on this subject.
    And your 30-minute video remains the superior, and more tasteful, documentary.

  • Misael Gonz
    Misael Gonz 7 күн бұрын +4

    Anyone else come to rewatch this after the poor excuse of a documentary Netflix dropped ? Now this is how you do it. Props to Lemmino for taking his time and effort into these videos.

  • Nathan R.
    Nathan R. 15 күн бұрын +16

    Here on the 9th anniversary of it's disappearance. I always come back to this video to enjoy the first video that got me into watching Lemmino.
    I always imagine a small tiny plane flying just above the clouds peeking down on the bright lights of Penang, lost in a sea of busy ATC coms and its own insignificance, only in a few hours it will become the most significant thing in the public knowledge.

  • James Wrappner
    James Wrappner 8 ай бұрын +34

    When I think of this missing flight, I can't help but think of the people waiting in the terminal only to eventually have to leave with no loved one and no Idea what happened. Now, years later, no answers, no closure, my heart sinks for them.

  • Rana
    Rana 3 жыл бұрын +5295

    Just imagine waiting for someone on that plane and never came. It still breaks my heart everytime I see documentaries about flight 370

    • Jhe Rodriguez
      Jhe Rodriguez 9 ай бұрын

      @Quentin Hill if I remember properly, the plane was over the ocean.
      If there was ransom, how would you get the money out at sea, on a *plane?*

    • Hannah Dyson
      Hannah Dyson  Жыл бұрын +1

      Some of the relatives have since passed and its been suggested that their missing familys disappearance helped lead to their deaths .
      It must be torture.

    • Momo
      Momo 3 жыл бұрын

      Then MH17 happened...

    • GuyInSpideySuit
      GuyInSpideySuit 3 жыл бұрын

      ikr... im from malaysia and when i first heard abt this... it was so frightening and heartbreaking... i cant even imagine what it feels like if i were in their shoes(the victim's family) :(

    • Ismael Nehme
      Ismael Nehme 3 жыл бұрын +9

      Ikr. People keep saying it's creepy, but for me it's mostly sad. 200 people is a lot of people

  • Odd Todd
    Odd Todd 12 күн бұрын +10

    netflix doc just came out on netflix and this vid is still so much better then it, editing,music and visuals is such a good vid i love it you can tell he puts so much work into his vids and he does it because he loves it not for the money we love you lem

  • Caskade Studio
    Caskade Studio 3 ай бұрын +50

    I know the ocean is a big place, but I reckon we should try to install long-range radar at strategic points across the sea. Could help in future situations like this one.
    Obviously long-range isn't very precise, and nor would it be able to cover the entire sea. What it could do, though, is indicate the path a plane took, and that data could then be extrapolated.

    • bobloxduDE
      bobloxduDE 2 ай бұрын +1

      but they can just have an radar powerful enough to see every single plane in that area like an military radar or something to ping these planes

    • bobloxduDE
      bobloxduDE 2 ай бұрын

      that is a very great idea

    • leigh
      leigh 3 ай бұрын

      @Caskade Studio i'm almost certain the noaa is an organization for the waters in the us, which could do something similar to your idea, but like you said we don't live in a cooperative utopia so planting radar points would be improbable

    • Caskade Studio
      Caskade Studio 3 ай бұрын +5

      @tempodude Yeah you definitely have a point there. Unfortunately for my idea, we don't live in a cooperative utopia. Best I could think of, you'd want to have an international organisation for international waters.

    • tempodude
      tempodude 3 ай бұрын +10

      who would control this radar, where would this data go? i imagine your radar isn't based on voluntary data sent by the planes and that it's measuring distance like a military radar, which would be a massive military advantage for the country operating it. do you imagine china will agree to american radar systems in the indian ocean?

  • Scout Lavallee
    Scout Lavallee 2 ай бұрын +18

    I am the daughter of an airline pilot. Stories like these are what terrify me most. One day, my father might disappear without a trace in a horrific plane accident.

  • M H
    M H 16 күн бұрын +11

    9 years ago today and we're no closer to solving this. thank you for this video. rip to all those lost.

  • William M
    William M 8 күн бұрын +5

    Better than the Netflix documentary. This video doesnt have any unrelated and repeated information, simply perfect.

    MYOOZIK 2 жыл бұрын +6572

    I remember when this happened, I was like “in a few days, we’ll know what happened” and then “next week, it will be known for sure” and so on and on. I can’t believe it’s been almost seven years now and we still don’t know for sure.

    • esc_cherry_en
      esc_cherry_en 2 ай бұрын


    • CountryBlitz
      CountryBlitz 2 ай бұрын

      @Waffle Dog I mean the voicemail did say something inhuman was hurting the plane

    • Sygneg
      Sygneg 2 ай бұрын

      It's now been almost 9 years.
      I'm still having trouble remembering.

    • Farid B
      Farid B 3 ай бұрын

      @Aditya Rana that would've made sense but we have bits and pieces of the debris found already so....

    • Ella Elliott
      Ella Elliott 11 ай бұрын

      I had to fly a few months after the flight went missing and I was so so scared. I didn’t want to vanish without a trace too

  • Wedmore
    Wedmore 12 күн бұрын +21

    Whenever a new Netflix doc comes out, I always return to Lemmino to give me the straight facts and story instead of a 3-6 episodic marathon from Netflix. Incidentally their DB Cooper doc was just terrible compared to the brilliance of Lemmino.

  • Tarik
    Tarik 13 күн бұрын +2

    The fact that almost 10 years later this is still an unsolved case is extremely worrying given that millions of people across the world travel by aircrafts on a daily basis.

  • Max T
    Max T 15 күн бұрын +27

    This is easily better than what Netflix produced.

  • gedzior84
    gedzior84 9 күн бұрын +1

    The quality of the whole document is astounding! The animations, the way the story is told, the music, all fits extremelly well.

  • drillbit
    drillbit 2 ай бұрын +11

    Craziest part about this story is that nobody contacted anybody during the flight. Don’t you think if the plane was going wildly off course somebody would’ve called someone? Super weird.

    • v.
      v. 6 күн бұрын

      They died of hypoxia apparently and it’s peaceful so they didn’t choke or gasp for air. Maybe the only weird thing they encountered was the turn

  • Q1307
    Q1307 3 жыл бұрын +5953

    Just thinking about what the passengers experienced is enough to make me think about it all day

    • Maya
      Maya 3 жыл бұрын +1

      @Sohail Khan It was an Iranian boy who had fled his country in hopes of finally having a free life. His mother had spoken up about this. Its kinda sad......

    • ツTiffany
      ツTiffany 3 жыл бұрын

      @Sohail Khan Yes there were 2 passengers on that plane with stolen passports.

    • h          !
      h ! 3 жыл бұрын

      this happened on my then best friend's birthday which made her sad bc it seemed like every time it was her birthday, something bad would happen.. not to mention our other best friend's aunt was in the flight too... it was the saddest week of school anyone could even imagine..

    • GnarlyBellyButton
      GnarlyBellyButton 3 жыл бұрын +2

      @Ana Madrigal This was 2014, everything sucked including apps.

    • Jessie B
      Jessie B 3 жыл бұрын

      @Luís M.S.G
      Did Alex Jones give you this info ? Do you have some kinda contact with the fbi lol stop it you have no clue what happened and you need real evidence to call something fact

  • Emma
    Emma 11 күн бұрын +8

    I find it quite sad that so many people’s memories were tarnished because suspicion was cast on them

  • Aimee Wazdnah
    Aimee Wazdnah 13 күн бұрын +4

    I remember back then when I was around 9 watching the news about the missing MH370, I didn't really mind about the news but now I'm 17. Finally understood the whole story. I'm praying for those poor victim on this accident. Goodnight MH370

  • Joey Armstrong
    Joey Armstrong 6 ай бұрын +8

    I remember me and my wife were boarding a plane to Japan about three days after the disappearance. Needless to say we were both apprehensive.

  • Tracy Thomas
    Tracy Thomas 8 ай бұрын +7

    Brilliant video! Well researched and presented, so thank you for doing this. At the time of writing (July 2022), there is talk of another search in late 2022, which I hope happens as the families of the victims need some kind of closure.

  • idk em
    idk em 7 ай бұрын +12

    The entire thing must've been terrifying for everyone onboard. It's good to know that Ocean Infinity is going to resume it's search in the coming years.

  • Jessica Kalish
    Jessica Kalish 3 жыл бұрын +9247

    It's sad how everyone who lost a family member and close friend on this flight, has still not received any closure about what happened.

    • 200iqdumbass
      200iqdumbass 11 ай бұрын

      @H D 😟

    • OfficiallyShaye
      OfficiallyShaye  Жыл бұрын

      @UwU Eevee childish behavior

    • Physics Lover
      Physics Lover  Жыл бұрын

      @TheAllSeeingEye As you wish, crazy!

    • Jacob J
      Jacob J  Жыл бұрын

      @Jessica Kalish 🤡

    • Jessica Kalish
      Jessica Kalish  Жыл бұрын

      @Jacob J omg did they finally find the plane ?

  • sam deon
    sam deon 2 ай бұрын +6

    Back in the day, this horror news was a big thing to us as Malaysians. We were 24/7 getting every update related to MH370. It was depressing to us too
    What's worse a year later after the event of 370, another aircraft crash was happened by a missile attack from the same airline. With no survivors. It was devastating for both citizens and the airline company

  • Bone Incidents
    Bone Incidents 3 ай бұрын +37

    This guy makes better documentaries than some of the BIG boys out there.

    • Matt Jenssen
      Matt Jenssen 10 күн бұрын +1

      You just foreshadowed Netflix „documentary“ right there my dude

  • Marty Truelove
    Marty Truelove 6 ай бұрын +18


  • Coen B
    Coen B  Жыл бұрын +7

    Sick video! So thorough and well put together! Lets hope they do find it some day. Rest in peace to all who where on the flight.

  • Calum Walker
    Calum Walker 5 күн бұрын +8

    This is much more factual and detailed than the overly sensationalised, conspiracy-ridden Netflix documentary. Thank you.

    • Calum Walker
      Calum Walker 2 күн бұрын

      @Dribbleondo hmm not sure about that. You’re easily pleased, clearly.

    • Dribbleondo
      Dribbleondo 4 күн бұрын

      Did we watch the same Documentary? I found the Netflix documentary to be a fascinating deep dive that covers a lot of information left out here. It isn't sensationalised, nor is it conspiracy ridden. It's just showcasing potential answers people had at the time, going into peoples' theories (ACTUAL theories based on logic, not conspiracy theories based on nonsense conclusions) in a grossing narrative....very much like Lemmino does here.

  • MalcolmCooks
    MalcolmCooks 2 жыл бұрын +5927

    it kinda puts things into perspective - we feel like the world is small these days because of how interconnected everything is, but in reality its so huge that a whole plane full of people can just slip through the cracks

    • Ricardo Moseley
      Ricardo Moseley  Жыл бұрын

      @Shohan oh No. It Is highly unlikely that It Is likely just , the case.

    • billy johansen
      billy johansen  Жыл бұрын +1

      @Erik Hernandezzz naw this shouldn't happen. planes are supposed to have some kind of GPS tracker thing in it, so it can be found if it crashes, yet they can't find it???
      I'm pretty sure it's supposed to be in the black box, and that shit can't be destroyed.
      Maybe I'm wrong, but I could swear they are supposed to have GPS trackers in the black box
      They just dont want to find it for a reason

    • Shahrul Amar
      Shahrul Amar  Жыл бұрын

      @Pasar Keramat Sadly their company may also vanished. 😃😃😃

    • ibrahimasad98
      ibrahimasad98  Жыл бұрын +1

      Well I mean at least for aviation I believe the only real reason why its easier to make a plane disappear is because of the insufficient radar coverage over the oceans. It's amazing how were in 2022 and they still don't have adequate radar coverage more than 200mi into the oceans.

    • TheSoftwareJunction
      TheSoftwareJunction  Жыл бұрын

      Actually the plane was trackable but the pilot cut off the transponder.

  • David Johnston
    David Johnston  Жыл бұрын +8

    I'm so sorry to the families of those lost, what a terrible situation. Something compelling to me; the transponders clicked-off about a minute after the last expected radio transmission took place - Seems too close to be a coincidence. Perhaps the pilot tripped some breakers, then incapacitated the co-pilot right as he would have noticed the equipment went offline but before he could make a radio call. Of course it doesn't explain the motive.

  • Joseph Vander Meer
    Joseph Vander Meer  Жыл бұрын +32

    There's a new breakthrough in this story. A New theory is a new flight path based on disrupted radio waves the plane flew through during its flight. Somebody mapped them out and found a new location it could of landed which is just shortly farther than an original thought location.

  • 3clip5e
    3clip5e 8 ай бұрын +16

    What scares me is that:
    No matter how aviation impressive technology is, anything can go wrong.
    From accidents, crashes, and currently...
    a missing plane, yet to be found.

  • gas mask sammy
    gas mask sammy 10 ай бұрын +13

    As a person who loves theorizing and thinking on mysteries for my entire life, this single event completely wigs me out. I just can't find a reasonable answer.
    Many mysteries which LEMMiNO has made videos about can be brushed aside with different theories, but MH370 has been an event more perplexing than even that of the Nimiz Incident. The plane had to be in manual to make those turns, but if there was an emergency, why not land in Malaysia?
    The only thing i have come up with is that a emergency did occur, but was intentionally started. A person or persons on board could have then taken over the plane and crashed it. This is all i could come up with. Granted I'm not an expert and I'm only a teenager, but I still think this could be a possibility.

  • JGSH
    JGSH 12 күн бұрын +16

    I had to come back to this video to bleach my brain after watching that idiotic Netflix "documentary" that just came out. Thanks for actually being objective and factual, LEMMiNO!

    • m
      m 8 күн бұрын

      @TheeYellowDart you find short, simple media easier to consume? sounds like you have a limited attention span. the netflix doco wasn fine, and presented a lot of different theories and claims. the focus on the humans on board (and loved ones they left behind) was kinda crucial to a series like that.

    • TheeYellowDart
      TheeYellowDart 11 күн бұрын +4

      Came back to do the same thing. I can't believe I sat through three episodes. Although I am glad that Lemmino is getting views.

  • Dani
    Dani  Жыл бұрын +12522

    to me, the most chilling thing about this is how frighteningly normal everything was. 101 seconds later, everyone on board went missing. how could these peoples loved ones cope not knowing what happened to them?

    • Shadyfox
      Shadyfox  Жыл бұрын

      @A A watch the video

    • Shahrul Amar
      Shahrul Amar  Жыл бұрын

      Savage Jerry If he live long enough he may be face retrenchment because of covid-19 effect on travel industries which can make him and his crew more insane. 😟😟😟

    • Bob johnson
      Bob johnson  Жыл бұрын

      @Derrick Williams Sully could have landed it in the Indian Ocean smoothly

  • Don Jon
    Don Jon 7 ай бұрын +5

    Such a devastating event for the families of the crew and passengers. Almost a decade has past and still no signs of recovery. Time will tell it’s conclusion as we continue to speculate and salvage.

  • Blyskawica1
    Blyskawica1 5 ай бұрын +4

    The professionalism of the production value of this film considering the budget and how Lemmino has progressed over the years is truly astonishing, total respect and many budding documentary makers would do well to study Lemmino's body of work.

  • Bigbo 1
    Bigbo 1 4 ай бұрын +7

    It’s weird to think that, at this point, there are no major gains to the search, but rather the motivation would be purely to satiate curiosity, or possibly the fear that even in the modern age, with all the technology we have, that an object as large as a passenger liner can utterly elude us.

    • Lemon 25
      Lemon 25 Ай бұрын +1

      Actually there is a purpose to find the black box.

  • MMBC Productions
    MMBC Productions 4 ай бұрын +4

    I lived in Reunion Island, right next to where the first debris was found. Back then i was closely following the news regarding this flight as I always loved aviation, so I couldn't believe such a big discovery was made in my tiny unknown island

    • Carven_CHR
      Carven_CHR 3 ай бұрын

      Do you still live there?

    • MMBC Productions
      MMBC Productions 3 ай бұрын +4

      @Ryan Guan surprisingly good. In terms of bitrate it’s pretty much on par with america, the downside being the ping for most things since most servers are in the northern hemisphere while the island is in the south

    • Ryan Guan
      Ryan Guan 3 ай бұрын

      how''s the internet on your island?

  • Dust Devil
    Dust Devil 12 күн бұрын +21

    Better than the Netflix documentary

    • Epieon
      Epieon 7 күн бұрын

      Nope. Netflix covers everything that this video is missing.

  • Zach Dilton
    Zach Dilton 2 жыл бұрын +2196

    I feel so bad for the families of the victims still having absolutely no conclusions to this case. It's sad that someone you knew passed away but it's even more sad not knowing why.

    • ♡ N A O ♡
      ♡ N A O ♡ 7 ай бұрын

      @patrick piel What exactly do you mean ?

    • 🕊aubrey🕊
      🕊aubrey🕊 7 ай бұрын

      @patrick piel what?

    • patrick piel
      patrick piel 7 ай бұрын

      370 is 17!!! those bodies landed in ukraine!!

    • Moise Mensah
      Moise Mensah 8 ай бұрын +3

      @MineEagle It's been eight years. No one ever called. No one's been abducted. Tiny remains of the plane have been found and as a result, death certificates have been sent to families. The worst is having a dead relative without a body nor a grave, only the belongings they left behind and old pictures yellowed by time.

    • Zach Dilton
      Zach Dilton 8 ай бұрын +3

      The wreckage heavily implies that they didn’t make it. There is that small chance that the crew and passengers are still alive, but it’s unlikely.

  • SCP guy
    SCP guy Ай бұрын +2

    I personally think the erratic behavior is possibly because of either a result of navigational equipment failure possible combined with an incapacitated flight crew leading to the passengers desperately trying to get home without knowing how or any ground landmarks for navigation. This could be from the Lithium batteries causing the destruction of the transponders. It’s also possible as in the UPS flight they pilots couldn’t see their instruments and had trouble navigating

  • Diego Xavier
    Diego Xavier Ай бұрын +3

    I remember when this was on the news and the stations went into immense details on how the orange box on an airplane worked. The story was everywhere. Made it feel even more creepy

  • Icarus
    Icarus Ай бұрын +1

    The production quality on all your videos are top notch, seriously some of the best I've ever seen. I hope they find the wreckage soon, in my opinion I'd say that the pilot purposely crashed it. Mainly from the flight simulator "Evidence" but I'm not sure. Just my own little theory.

  • georgia rose
    georgia rose 9 ай бұрын +3

    This is very good video. I’ve watched a lot of videos about this missing flight but they’re kinda messed up. This one explains it really well. Great video, man👍🏻

  • St Michael Defend us in Battle
    St Michael Defend us in Battle 7 ай бұрын +6

    The quality and content of this video is absolutely magnificent! No wonder why regular and cable tv is dying with their awful programing! Great Job by Lemmino! Keep the good work coming

    TABBY 3 жыл бұрын +8555

    *_This channel shows the true meaning of quality over quantity_*

  • kaamn
    kaamn 12 күн бұрын +2

    If the pilot were distracted by something not (yet) a big deal, it might have been the cause of the forgotten readback, and could also be the cause or explanation for the disaster.

  • Mark Twain
    Mark Twain 4 ай бұрын +1

    Your presentations are absolutely spectacular, in terms of detail, production excellence, commentary, and evidence analysis. IMHO Capt. Zaharie Shah did not have evil intent and whatever happened was out of his control. May God rest the souls of all aboard this aircraft.

  • Mister C
    Mister C 3 ай бұрын +92

    It's crazy this happened 8 years ago...I don't believe it.

  • Lordran__
    Lordran__ 5 ай бұрын +12

    Picturing a giant plane like that crashing in the middle of nowhere in the remote southern Indian Ocean is rather frightening

  • Fish Cereal
    Fish Cereal Ай бұрын +8

    Flying for multiple hours in the middle of the Indian ocean is extremely strange behaviour for a hijacking. Usually, in the case of a pilot scuicide, they will immediately set the plane to crash on taking full control from the other pilot. Again, in the case of terrorism, they'll usually try crashing the plane soon after taking control or flying the plane into a place where it would cause the most damage. Im thinking it could be a case of a passenger hijacking where they attempted to land the plane in Australian-controlled Christmas Island to claim asylum, but they somehow failed to get there.

  • Kimberly King
    Kimberly King  Жыл бұрын +12964

    My brother’s classmate was on this flight. Her family is still reeling from this tragedy. They believe the plane was hijacked. The sad thing is she had a fear of height.

    • JS Ragman
      JS Ragman  Жыл бұрын

      @Amir LG And your proof of this is what exactly?

    • Rose G
      Rose G  Жыл бұрын

      It's pretty obvious it was the pilot. Use your brains people.

    • eliteEVIL darkness
      eliteEVIL darkness  Жыл бұрын

      Poor woman
      Hope she rests in peace

    • Duncan Edwards
      Duncan Edwards  Жыл бұрын

      @Dave's Hong Kong & China Channel 🤝👏

    • British Boxer
      British Boxer  Жыл бұрын

      @Amir LG yeah, hiding in sight

  • Notaul Goodman
    Notaul Goodman 14 күн бұрын +6

    It's a straightforward documentary that doesn't complicate everything with personal details and conspiracy.

  • Skaitan
    Skaitan  Жыл бұрын +5

    Outstanding documentary. I remember watching the news back then, although I admit not regularly. It is fantastic to get both the broad picture as well as the minute detail presented in such an exceptional way.