Of which airliner is this wreck piece?
This is a part of another photo of the same plane part:
To the right of the door, under the Malaysian flag, there is a shuttered window.
In a previous article, I asked which airliner took off on July 17, 2014 from Amsterdam airport: 9M-MRC or 9M-MRD (link). However, neither of these airplanes has a window under the Malaysian flag.
This is picture of 9M-MRC:
And this is picture of 9M-MRD:
Below we see a picture (taken on December 7, 2003) of another Malaysian airliner, with the registration code 9M-MRO. This airliner has a window under the Malaysian flag.
Below, we see another picture of this airplane. This time, the window seems to have disappeared.
However, let us have a closer look at that very same spot:
It was this 9M-MRO airliner that got lost on March 8, 2014 with flight number MH370. How did a part that most likely belonged to this 9M-MRO airplane end up on the ground in eastern Ukraine op July 17, 2014? Was it this MH370 flight, probably with a long layover at Diego Garcia, that was shot down by a Ukrainian SU-25 fighter jet, instead of the MH17 flight?
If this is indeed true,
then what happened to the people who boarded the 9M-MRD (or 9M-MRC) airliner on
July 17, 2014 at
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