This intriguing mystery with MH370 will certainly create a lot of stories in the years to come, notwithstanding our awful feelings about the apparent heavy loss of life. One of the most fascinating stories has appeared on CNN, here. The title is a bit misleading, but never mind…
(CNN) — A few months before Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing, an enthusiastic plane spotter named Gunnar Kullenberg heard Malaysia Airlines was about to stop flying to the United States. He wanted a photograph of its majestic Boeing 777-200 and planted himself at the Los Angeles airport at dawn. That’s where he snapped a photo of the airplane dancing in the glowing sky.
“I didn’t think much of it, other than that it was a beautiful fall day here in Southern California,” Kullenberg recalled.
Ercan Karakas, an airline captain, captured a similar image in Istanbul in January 2012. “I’m a spotter. I love to watch and photograph the takeoffs of heavy aircrafts,” he wrote of the experience. “I know they are not a metal, flying bird; they connect thousands of people in a journey to happiness.”
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