Fresh details have emerged as to what could have transpired leading to the disappearance of a Malaysian plane, MH370 in 2014, with French investigators saying there was a ‘mysterious load of 200lb’ added to the flight list after take-off.
The disappearance of MH370 heading to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur is one of the biggest mysteries in aviation history.
According to a man who lost his wife and two teenage children in the plane, Ghyslain Wattrelos, mysterious cargo was revealed in a new report on the passengers and baggage.
A mysterious load of 89kg had been also added to the flight list after take-off.
As a lot of speculation has evolved around what could have led to the disappearance of the plane, the mysterious load could add further evidence to the theory that a stowaway hijacked the plane.
An official last year said there was a possibility that a stowaway could have hijacked the plane.
It is highly likely that a hijack took place and another possibility is that there could have been a hijack of the aircraft through a crew member or from a passenger.
A third option, which is a fairly unusual one, would be a stowaway.
MH370 went missing in the early hours of March 8, 2014 and up to now, the mystery has not been resolved.
Airline’s former CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya revealed there were 200kg worth of lithium batteries on board.
No further details have been released about what ‘radio accessories and chargers’ were on board.
France is the only country still conducting a judicial inquiry into the crash and is looking into the deaths of three French passengers.