Historian suggests mystery was first case of remote skyjacking and 'was diverted to prevent delivery of secret cargo to China'

Missing Malaysia airlines plane MH370 has still not be found after searches close to Australia - but theorists suggest the plane may be buried under sheets of ice in the Antarctic.

1) Caveat: source is The Mirror.

2) For reference, the now-locked MH370 thread

3) From the article
The plane was equipped with Boeing Honeywell Un-interruptible Autopilot, designed to be installed in planes since 9/11, so that they could be remotely controlled to ensure authorities could regain control in the event of an on-board hijacking.
However the existence of this technology makes its abuse and therefore a remote hijacking by a mysterious foe a very real possibility.
"We are now in the realms of cyber warfare, with people believing if there is any future war this will take the form of cyber, " said author and historian Norman Davies.
"With developments in technology this is in the present realm of possibility.