The Australian authorities believe that they go more with the pilot hypoxia theory rather than the rogue pilot claims, wherein the pilots lost consciousness due to lack of oxygen that resulted to the eventual crashing of the plane.
O’Malley explained that the limited evidence available for Flight MH370 was compared with three accident classes including an in-flight upset, an unresponsive crew/hypoxia event, and a glide event.
He added that the final stages of the unresponsive crew/hypoxia event appeared to best fit the available evidence for the final period of Flight MH370 when it was heading in a generally southerly direction, surprisingly veering off from its normal northern route.
The rogue pilot theory was not surprising to pop up in the news because back in 2014, there were also a ridiculous theory that claimed that it was a bomb fired from somewhere like the Ukraine that hit the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 and caused the accident.
It was also the reason why the well-trained crew of the Malaysian Airlines plane was not able to react according to their training. It was also the reason why there was hardly a trace of wreckage of the plane because after exploding in mid-air, all its particles were sc
attered to bits and pieces.