Timeline/KLIA-SCS/0120:36 MYT

MH370 DECODED
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Event Summary

01:20:36 MYT Saturday, 8 March 2014

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The Mode S symbol of MH370 dropped off from radar display at 1720:36 UTC (0120:36 MYT).


Event Details

  1. Safety Investigation Report MH370/01/2018 1.1.1 Introduction

    The Mode S symbol of MH370 dropped off from radar display at 1720:36 UTC [0120:36 MYT], and the last secondary radar position symbol of MH370 was recorded at 1721:13 UTC [0121:13 MYT].

  2. Safety Investigation Report MH370/01/2018 2.2.7 Table 2.2C - Chronology of ATC Events following the Disappearance of MH370 - Chronology of ATC Events following the Disappearance of MH370

    Line 2. 1720:36 UTC (0120:36 MYT)

    Mode S radar symbol of MH370 dropped off from radar display.



Notes

  1. The following extract is included as a Note because the data is inconsistent with other recorded observations. The inconsistent data is emphasised in bold type.


    Safety Investigation Report MH370/01/2018

    3) Ho Chi Minh Air Traffic Services

    The tracking of MH370 was captured by HCM ACC Secondary Radar at Tan Son Nhut and at Camau Province, and Automatic Dependent Surveillance- Broadcast (ADS-B) located at Conson Island/range 270 nm) at 1711:59 UTC [0111:59 MYT] as it was heading for waypoint IGARI.

    At 1720:59 UTC [0120:45 MYT] the “blip” from MH370 from both SSR and ADS-B radar position symbols disappeared from the radar display.

  2. If both events occurred at the same time, then the stated time should not be different for UTC and MYT.
  3. The KL ACC radar and the Bangkok radar both recorded the target drop at 1721:13 UTC (0121:13 MYT). MH370 was 3.2 nm beyond waypoint IGARI when the SSR radar position symbol of MH370 dropped off from ATC radar display.