New Details Of AF 447 Show That Plane Broke Apart ‘Over Minutes’

June 11, 2009

Brazil (ChattahBox) – Chilling new details have emerged on the fate of Flight 447, which led to tragedy after an unknown source sent the plane plummeting into the ocean. Or so they thought.

As it turns out, the bodies have been found as much as fifty miles apart, showing that it is more likely that the plane slowly broke down over several minutes as the passengers sat helpless, with people occasionally being sucked out into the freezing Atlantic.

So far it isn’t known for sure just what sent the plane down, although transmissions sent shortly before the plane’s fateful disappearance and subsequent crash suggest that several pieces of equipment went haywire.

This has led Air France to begin a full replacement of those items, and they have been scrambling to do so ever since.

“This replacement program has been accelerated because we know that when the accident happened there were problems with the speed indicators,” Air France’s director general, Pierre-Henri Gourgeon, was quoted in the Telegraph.

The Telegraph also reported that the two ‘terror suspects’ who had been on the plane have been cleared, and that security checks showed that while their names were the same, they were not themselves Muslim extremists.

More details on AF 447 will likely emerge as more of the 226 passengers are recovered from the wreckage.


6 Responses to “New Details Of AF 447 Show That Plane Broke Apart ‘Over Minutes’”

  1. Old Man Dotes on June 11th, 2009 11:55 am

    Computer-controlled speed indicators fail, killing more than 200 people. It gives a whole new meaning to “blue screen of death.”

  2. Bonnie Ember on June 11th, 2009 8:39 pm

    Hello everyone,

    There is a new spin on the who, why, where?

    The were 2 Swiss Illegal Arms & Drug agents onboard, who had just taken down some Brazilian Drug Lords.
    Here is the link to the article:

    The Iberia Pilot saw a flast of light & then it broke into 6 pieces & fell to earth,
    & No May Day Call…

    Does this sound like a bomb on board?

    The World is waiting for hear.


    Bonnie Ember

  3. Italian on June 12th, 2009 7:40 am

    44 out of 228 is not a high proportion of bodies being recovered

  4. William on June 12th, 2009 3:16 pm

    The article says that the passengers were “sucked out into the freezing Atlantic.” The Atlantic Ocean at the latitudes that the aicraft went down was approximately 76 degrees F. Far from freezing……………..!!!!

  5. Luis Castillo on June 13th, 2009 12:49 am

    Well, yeah the Atlantic is not freezing, but if you read carefully, the airplane is actually flying at 35000 ft or so, given the speed and outside temp -50 and counting on wind cooling down further than -50 then mostly the temp for survival will no longer exist and people will freeze in a short period of time, specially if you are flying in a storm the humidity will be high and a little disturbance of clouds will be grounds for freezing at that altitude and speed for any objects traveling under this conditions. Also it says freesing Atlantic, did not mention anything about ocean, it just refers as a location not freezing water

  6. Pilot on June 13th, 2009 3:17 am

    This article it total rubbish. The sea currents in the area are quite fast enough to account for the distribution of the wreckage over a wide area and certainly far more than 50miles in the time since the accident.

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