A woman claimed that she used Google Maps to find the wreckage of an airplane, which was said to have disappeared without a trace about 40 years ago, and was carrying five passengers.

The woman shared a Google map showing that there was indeed an airplane near Mine Creek in the Barrington Tops National Park in NSW.

On August 1981, 8, the VH-MDX flight disappeared here without a trace. This case is the only unresolved civil aviation incident in Australia since World War II.

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The Barrington Research Group (BRG), which is dedicated to finding the missing plane, said that they had discovered this image before, but it was not the missing plane. According to their website, this photo is a classic example of a plane passing by when taken by a satellite camera.

"It's impossible for an airplane to stop and rest on the Barrington Wilderness in the perfect state shown in the picture." And the shadow of the airplane can be seen on the ground.

BRG explained that the Google Earth image is unlikely to detect VH-MDX because the wreckage is under the tree canopy and the image resolution is not high enough.

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At the time, four good friends Ken Price, Noel Wildash, Rhett Bosler and Philip Pembroke returned to Sydney from the Whitsunday Islands on the VH-MDX flight after their vacation. Former Royal Air Force commercial pilot Mike Hutchins was flying a single-engine Cessna 210M aircraft with a group of people missing during the flight.

On the other hand, the drone search for debris will be launched in May.

Yvonne Pembroke, the widow of one of the missing men, said that people are still trying to solve the mystery and she is very interested. She said in an interview with 7News that the next search will start in mid-May.

The national park near the missing plane is part of the Great Divide Range, Australia's largest mountain range. The area is famous for its rugged, unspoiled mountains, and there are many dense forests and bottomless canyons.

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Price, Wildash, Bosler and Pembroke have booked charter flights from Prosperine, Queensland to Sydney Bankstown Airport. Pilot Mike Hutchins has 3412 hours of flying experience, flying a Cessna 210M aircraft for 28 hours.

The aircraft refueled at Coolangatta and continued to fly at 5:01 pm on Sunday. The recording of the aircraft showed that Hutchins encountered clouds and turbulence at 7:19 pm.

At 7:34 in the afternoon, Hutchins said in the recording, "We have already covered quite a lot of ice on the plane. After leaving the clouds, I can only recognize some white towns on the coast."

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He said, my goodness, we have just entered a downdraft, and our descending speed is about 1,000 miles per minute. We go up and down like yo-yos.

"We are still and have fallen too much... We have dropped to 6.5 (6500 feet). The lowest safe altitude in the area is currently 6,000."

"Please continue to fly toward the coast, toward Williamstown."

"Five thousand..." was the last voice message that Hutchins sent before losing contact with the air traffic control station at 7:39 pm.

After 10 days of searching, it still found nothing.

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Entrepreneur and former Chairman of the Civil Aviation Safety Agency Dick Smith stated in 2014 that the aircraft diverted into a storm zone in order to avoid military airspace.

When he participated in the Sunday Night program of Seven Channels, he said that RAAF was the chief culprit in causing no one's death. The Royal Air Force Commander Geoff Brown refuted Smith's claims in a statement.

He said that the Air Force could not guess why the VH-MDX pilots chose not to cross the airspace of Williamtown, when many other civilian aircraft followed this route.

Searches for VH-MDX will resume in mid-May.