Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, Pilot of Missing Flight

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Sat, Mar 8 - 3:51 am EDT | 5 months ago by
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A 53-year-old named Zaharie Ahmad Shah has been identified as the pilot of missing flight MH370. This Malaysian Airlines flight was headed to Beijing when it disappeared. Unfortunately, there are strong indications that it crashed in the ocean near Vietnam.

Look below for 9 pictures of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, who has been a pilot with the airline since 1981. He has more than 18,000 hours of in-air experience.

He has a great reputation and collegues say he is as dedicated to his craft as anyone in the industry. In fact, he even has an elaborate flight simulator in his home that he uses to practice during the time he isn’t in the air.

Let us hope for a miracle.

Here are the aforementioned images — click the right arrow to view the whole gallery:


Zaharie Ahmad Shah

Zaharie Ahmad Shah

Zaharie Ahmad Shah

Zaharie Ahmad Shah

Zaharie Ahmad Shah

Zaharie Ahmad Shah

Zaharie Ahmad Shah

Zaharie Ahmad Shah

Zaharie Ahmad Shah

 

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  • Luigi Peso

    Fucklng Muslim womanizer piece of shlt! You like to play girls at your cockpit and smoke right? Go fuck your sister and Allah!

  • robbie555

    Is this normal, for pilots to have such a extravagant simulator at home? If he is Muslim, shouldn’t this had raised a red flag. He obviously didn’t do this in secret.

  • elfman2

    You could almost practice navigating around radars for 1000s of miles to a remote landing strip in that thing…

  • Charles

    I believe there is a strong possibility that Zaharie Ahmad Shah plotted this. He looks depressed and rather unwholesome. His wife and children look beautiful but reports say they left him and moved out the day before he flew this flight….No one is revealing what the deleted files contain on the simulator. Also he had anti-government leanings and was related to a jailed Malaysian politico. His “volunteer” work in what appears to be a remote village may have only provided him more fuel for outrage – that outrage may have been played out on this missing flight. The evidence is too shady, covert, and the public is not being informed so perhaps if an employee is at fault – insurance payouts are higher?