Two of the people sitting on the panel also rejected the Australian Transport Safety Bureau's version of events which concluded an uncontrolled "death dive".
Most of the wreckage from the airliner has never been found and bodies have never been recovered.
"60 Minutes Australia" gathered a group of aviation experts and an oceanographer to conduct an in-depth investigation into what happened to the plane that went missing March 8, 2014. "He was killing himself". "Unfortunately, he was (also) killing everybody else on board, and he did it deliberately". "And he did it deliberately". Another is that an accident incapacitated the crew and pilot at some point in the process, likely after the aircraft made its sharp turn left.
He said: "So I spent a long time thinking for this about what this could be, what technical reason is there?"
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"It might be a long, emotional goodbye - or a short, emotional goodbye", Hardy replied.
The craft is thought to have crashed in the far southern Indian Ocean. The search for the plane was stopped in 2017. As for now it does not answer all the critical questions but is a good turn in the investigation.
Because, they say, Zaharie wanted it to.
Hardy claims that Shah piloted the aircraft along the Malaysia and Thailand border-criss-crossing along the way to evade detection from either side.
He added that if he were hired to make Boeing 777 disappear, he would "do the exact same thing".
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"As far as I'm concerned it's very accurate flying". This is new info released by air safety experts.
According to CBS News, one expert on the panel used military radar data to precisely reconstruct the plane's path. There were rumors that Zaharie's marriage was ending and that he downed the plane after learning that his wife was about to leave, the news site said.
Many possible motives were theorised after the plane vanished, with claims that Shah brought down the plane in a fit of rage after hearing his wife was leaving him, as well as rumours that he hijacked his own plane in protest of the jailing of then-Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, being floated in the press.
No organization claimed responsibility for this incident so it can't be called a terrorist act. The mission scanned 500 squares miles a day during a three-month search.
Two men on the plane were flying with phony passports, but one was apparently an asylum seeker, and neither had terrorism links.
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Still, it found no trace of MH370.