MH370 could have been demolished by a stowaway that slipped on board, says aviation expert

The editor of Aviation Security International, Philip Baum, says that someone slipped on Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 with plans to sabotage the flight after taking off from Kuala Lumpur in March 2014.

MH370 could have been knocked down by a STOWAWAY that snuck aboard to sabotage the plane, says an aviation expert

  • The editor of Aviation Security International Philip Baum has developed the MH370 theory
  • Claims that someone slipped into the Boeing 777 with plans to sabotage the flight
  • The plane disappeared on the way to Beijing with 238 passengers on board in 2014

Kylie Stevens for Daily Mail Australia

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Charlie Moore for Mailonline

An international aviation expert has presented a new theory as to why the MH370 flight of Malaysian Airlines disappeared without a trace.

The editor of Aviation Security International, Philip Baum, says that someone slipped into the Boeing 777 with plans to sabotage the flight after taking off from Kuala Lumpur in March 2014.

The plane disappeared in March 2014 while on its way to Beijing with 238 passengers on board, including six Australians.

The editor of Aviation Security International, Philip Baum, says that someone slipped on Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 with plans to sabotage the flight after taking off from Kuala Lumpur in March 2014.

The editor of Aviation Security International, Philip Baum, says that someone slipped on Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 with plans to sabotage the flight after taking off from Kuala Lumpur in March 2014.

Mr. Baum (pictured) said he believes they hid under the floor or behind the flight deck on a "hinged access panel and automatic lock."

Mr. Baum (pictured) said he believes they hid under the floor or behind the flight deck on a "hinged access panel and automatic lock."

Mr. Baum (pictured) said he believes they hid under the floor or behind the flight deck on a "hinged access panel and automatic lock."

"I think a stowaway is a big possibility, especially because no official seems to want to contemplate even the possibility," Baum told The Independent.

He believes they hid under the floor or behind the flight platform in a "hinged automatic locking access panel".

Aviation Security International has reported that 123 attempted stowaways worldwide have been reported on 107 flights.

Many hid in the wells of the wheel, while others tried to disguise themselves as cleaners or officials.

The new theory comes after a 400-page Malaysian report on the disappearance of the convicted jet was commented on by French researchers, who described it as "vague and ambiguous".

The new theory comes after a 400-page Malaysian report on the disappearance of the convicted jet was repaired by French researchers, who described it as "vague and ambiguous."

The new theory comes after a 400-page Malaysian report on the disappearance of the convicted jet was repaired by French researchers, who described it as "vague and ambiguous."

The new theory comes after a 400-page Malaysian report on the disappearance of the convicted jet was repaired by French researchers, who described it as "vague and ambiguous."

Four years of investigations have found no firm evidence of what happened to the Malaysia Airlines plane, despite the largest search of its kind in 46,000 square miles of the Indian Ocean.

French police will open an investigation into the flight lost after Malaysia's final report did not explain the mystery amid accusations of cover-up.

The Gendarmerie of Air Transport wants to examine the data of the satellite operator Inmarsat who tracked the plane before it disappeared in March 2014.

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