This week Sunday Night focuses a whole episode on a plane crash
It’s the greatest unsolved aviation mystery in Australian history, even more baffling than the disappearance of MH370.
How could a plane full of passengers just disappear near a major Australian city and not be found for 33 years?
Ghost flight VH-MDX was bound for Sydney when it vanished somewhere over Devil’s Triangle – an area of the Barrington Tops in New South Wales which is the most remote and impenetrable terrain in the country. Other aircraft have disappeared there but always been found.
VH-MDX disappeared from radar screens into chilling silence. For the first time this weekend, Sunday Night will broadcast the final conversation between air traffic control and the pilot in those final dramatic moments.
For three decades five families have waited for answers to what happened. Now Sunday Night conducts the most scientific search for the plane ever mounted. Could it solve our greatest mystery?
Aviator and former CASA chief Dick Smith breaks down when he sees our evidence. The emotional video of the missing passengers taken in the days before their flight into oblivion will have you on the edge of your seat.
A special Sunday Night Investigation 7:30 Sunday on Seven.