James Nixon’s latest book, The Crash Of MH370, was born out of personal interest. What happened to the crew of MH370 could happen to any airline crew, on any flight.
A commercial airline pilot with nearly 18,000 flying hours and over 30 years experience, Nixon examines the facts, who’s who, the flight and search. He debunks some ridiculous conspiracy theories and dispels the eight populist theories as to what happened to the doomed airliner.
He then details what probably happened, before listing 13 urgent recommendations for the industry, including the investigators.
Amid all the noise in the media about this game-changing crash, the people within the industry had no voice, despite having considered and knowledgeable opinions. From pilots and air traffic controllers to crash investigators, their employment contracts stipulate: no media.
Recently retired as an A380 captain, and with a group of industry professionals as his technical sounding board, Nixon has constructed a plausible explanation of what went wrong that night. Readers are given a rare chance to peek behind the cockpit door.
You are going to discover that all the modelling has been predicated on one premise, which could well be wrong. And that the search for the missing 777 should most definitely continue.
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