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Which equipment you’re using to communicate depends where you are and which air traffic control facility you’re working with.
What happened in the case of flight 370, of course, is that all of this equipment stopped working — it was either switched off intentionally, or failed.
On the 777-200, the supply bottle for the pilots is located in a space below and just aft of the cockpit, close to the main avionics bay, through which much of the plane’s communications equipment is routed.
Some have speculated that the oxygen bottle could have exploded, knocking out nearby equipment, including transponder and ACARS (this would explain the loss communications data just as the flight was crossing into Vietnamese airspace) and, more critically, causing a decompression.
It’s a semantic discussion to some degree (what does “tracking” mean? This is company personnel on the ground, and both of these entities are following and tracking you.
Tranponders aren’t used in non-radar areas, but you’ve also got HF radio, SATCOM, CPDLC, FMC datalink and so forth.
Once the engines quit, the plane would have stayed stable for a certain amount of time, then eventually would have stalled and/or plummeted and crashed. It’d somewhat depend on which modes of the autopilot had been engaged, as well as the plane’s altitude and speed.
Pilots are trained to deal with such things, and even a total loss of cabin pressure is seldom dangerous.JUST A FEW THOUGHTS on Matt Wald’s tracked over the ocean, even in remote, non-radar areas.This is something the media hasn’t been good at explaining. to Consider Ways to Track Planes Over Seas,” and similar phrasings, which have been rampant, give people the impression that once a plane hits oceanic airspace, it effectively disappears until making landfall on the other side.It’s because hand-flying a jet for several hours, on a more or less straight course across the ocean, would be incredibly tedious. This is another example of the media relying on outside specialists (military sources, aeronautics professors, researchers and bureaucrats) to comment on commercial airline operations — something they often know very little about.Meanwhile, the latest reports are saying that hypoxia — that is, the crew falling unconscious due to lack of oxygen — appears to be the “best fit” for the MH 370 mystery.