MAS plane disappearance bears marks of ‘catastrophic failure’, says aviation lawyer
An aviation lawyer who has worked on cases with problems similar to the Malaysia Airlines (MAS) plane which went missing yesterday said the lack of warnings about a problem aboard the flight suggests a catastrophic failure during flight.
"The complete absence of any information suggests a catastrophic failure," said Steve Marks, who represented relatives of victims in the Air France crash of 2009, speaking to the US daily, USA Today.
He added that the plane could have broken up due to lack of pressurisation or electrical failure.
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