There are still many wild theories about what happened but some point fingers at the establishment.
In May TEK asked 'What do CIA have to hide about MH370' and reported "Is there a person, or persons, trying to prevent the truth about missing flight MH370 from being known? If there is need we look any further than across the Pond toward the USA? The latest allegations by the former Malaysian PM Dr Mahathir Mohamad, 88, are that "crucial information about missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is being concealed by the United States' Central Intelligence Agency."
Two-days ago Press TV wrote:
A former French airline boss says there was a cover-up in the mysterious disappearance of Malaysian Flight MH370 earlier this year, stating that the aircraft was likely hijacked and possibly shot down by the US.
Dugain puts forward a strong case to support his theory.
One of the author’s main arguments for his theory is based on the fact that he sees it nearly impossible that the US “equipped with the best technology in the world” could have lost track of a 63-meter-long object.”
While this is just one possible conspiracy theory it should not be simply discounted.
"Iran Air Flight 655 was an Iran Air civilian passenger flight from Tehran to Dubai. On 3 July 1988, the aircraft operating this route was shot down by the United States Navy guided missile cruiser USS Vincennes. The incident took place in Iranian airspace, over Iran's territorial waters in the Persian Gulf, and on the flight's usual flight path. The aircraft, an Airbus A300 B2-203, was destroyed by SM-2MR surface-to-air missiles fired from Vincennes. All 290 on board, including 66 children and 16 crew, died".
The US initially denied any involvement but when the truth came out they were responsible.
The defective US robotic sub which delayed MH370 search had more than a whiff of suspicion attached. Delaying tactics could be useful.
In a cruel twist of fate it was another Malaysian plane lost in July but this time it was downed over Ukrainian airspace with the west trying its best to attach the blame to Russia.
It may well have been a Russian missile fired by Russian military that brought down this plane but equally it may have been another player in the deadly game for ownership of Ukraine.
This week the father of one of those on board MH17, Ben Pocock, 20, of Keynsham, near Bristol, told BBC Newsnight: "The most important question is 'what happened and who did it?'. They must be held to account. That's the bottom line."
298 people were killed.
Mr Pocock is right, they must be held to account; all perpetrators of such incidents must be held to account. Simply glossing over incidents such as the downing of Iran Air Flight 655 sets a precedent and adds to suspicions. The US did not immediately accept responsibility of that massacre and no apology was ever forthcoming.
However in more recent years compensation was paid to the victims' loved ones.
Will we ever learn the truth about MH370 and MH17?
The answer is, we must.