Remote drones, why not remote planes? Commercial jets have had auto pilots for years. So no ‘giant leap for man kind’ is needed to add a remote connection to an auto-pilot to end up with one big remote plane.
“The mystery continues into the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. Could it be that the crew and everyone on board were incapacitated by hypoxia and the aircraft flew on autopilot until it ran out of fuel or, according to Professor Kevin Barrett, the plane could have been remotely hijacked using something called the Flight Termination System developed by a company run by Dov Zakheim. Dr. Barrett believes that the same group that was involved in 9-11 and used this system may also be behind the flight’s disappearance.
Read more: http://voiceofrussia.com/2014_03_22/Malaysian-MH370-may-have-been-remotely-hijacked-Prof-Kevin-Barrett-3666/“