I’m a big fan of National Geographic’s “Air Crash Investigation” (okay, perhaps “big fan” isn’t the right term to use to describe how I feel about a show that discusses air disasters, but it usually is fairly well done). There’s no denying that over the years the show has become significantly lower budget, as there seems to be an ever-decreasing amount of customization to each incident in terms of cabin mockups, pilots, etc.
Anyway, Air Crash Investigation just aired their episode about MH370 this past weekend, and it’s a good watch, if you have 45 minutes.
Yes, obviously the cabin mockups/dialogues are total speculation, but there are some interesting experts on the case that chime in. Though the fact that they can’t even get the airline’s name right is sort of concerning (it’s Malaysia 370, not Malaysian 370).
Did I learn anything new? Nope. But I feel like it consolidated everything we reasonably have learned about the case into 45 minutes, and reaches the only plausible conclusion as to what happened.
Here’s the video, if you haven’t yet seen it:
What did you think of ACI’s take on MH370?