Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the pilot of doomed flight MH370, with the flight simulator he built. A report into missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 by the Australian safety investigator leading the search supports its view that the aircraft descended rapidly after running out of fuel with no human intervention. File photo: SCMP Picture Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the pilot of doomed flight MH370, with the flight simulator he built. A report into missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 by the Australian safety investigator leading the search supports its view that the aircraft descended rapidly after running out of fuel with no human intervention. File photo: SCMP Picture
Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the pilot of doomed flight MH370, with the flight simulator he built. A report into missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 by the Australian safety investigator leading the search supports its view that the aircraft descended rapidly after running out of fuel with no human intervention. File photo: SCMP Picture

New MH370 analysis suggests no one was at controls during crash

Aircraft appeared to be out of control when it plunged into the ocean

Topic |   Malaysia Airlines flight 370
Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the pilot of doomed flight MH370, with the flight simulator he built. A report into missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 by the Australian safety investigator leading the search supports its view that the aircraft descended rapidly after running out of fuel with no human intervention. File photo: SCMP Picture Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the pilot of doomed flight MH370, with the flight simulator he built. A report into missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 by the Australian safety investigator leading the search supports its view that the aircraft descended rapidly after running out of fuel with no human intervention. File photo: SCMP Picture
Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the pilot of doomed flight MH370, with the flight simulator he built. A report into missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 by the Australian safety investigator leading the search supports its view that the aircraft descended rapidly after running out of fuel with no human intervention. File photo: SCMP Picture
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