Is MH370 in Pakistan?

Malaysian Flight 370 May Have Landed in Pakistan, Source at Boeing – Report – UPDATE

Is MH370 in Pakistan?

Is MH370 in Pakistan? (file image…not recent)

The following is from the Langley Intelligence Group Network, which is a Washington, DC-based service providing global intelligence and forecasting from former CIA, U.S. intelligence and national security officers, drawing on an international network of experts and sources:

The Malaysian government reportedly is investigating the possibility that missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 avoided radar detection and landed in Pakistan near the Afghanistan border inside Taliban-controlled territory, according to the UK Independent .

Investigators confiscated a homemade flight simulator from the pilot’s home to see if it reveals any useful information . . . the Malaysian foreign minister told reporters that Malaysia asked several Asian countries for assistance in its investigation, including Pakistan.

Pakistan dismissed the idea that a Boeing 777 could land undetected inside the country but promised to work with the Malaysian government in its search for the missing plane.

LIGNET analysts received information from a source at Boeing that the company believes the plane did land in Pakistan.  Israel is taking the possibility of a terrorist attack seriously by mobilizing air defenses and scrutinizing approaching civilian aircraft, according to the Times of Israel.

A Boeing 777 requires a lengthy, 7,500-foot runway, and Pakistan has many of them, meaning Flight 370 could conceivably be hidden in a hangar inside the country.

U.S. surveillance of the area may be able to shed light on the theory through satellite imagery or signals intelligence.

SOURCE: has also learned from our sources that the above is accurate. Whether the source is correct (that the missing airliner is there) we do not know at this time. But the source is reliable in our view.

U.S. assets are pulling out of the Indian Ocean (as already reported) and focusing on the ‘north’ corridor of the missing 777.


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