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To cut and paste from a prior post (which you can read further down this page)…
The ability to turn off a transponder exists for : The first one is operational: to avoid cluttering up air traffic control radar, the unit is turned off when parked at the gate.
These are plausible theories, yet they haven’t gotten much traction — possibly they’re plausible, unlike some of the more sensational ideas being passed around. And barring a small miracle, we’ll never learn for certain what happened. In today’s New York Times, it says, “Angus Houston, the retired head of the Australian military who is overseeing the country’s search, said in an interview earlier this month that he assumed the flight would have been on autopilot even if a conscious pilot had been at the controls.
That is because commercial aircraft have their autopilots engaged during the cruise portion of flight. It has nothing to do with the planes being difficult to fly.
We switch it on shortly before taxiing, then switch it off again (actually it’s moved to a standby mode) after docking in.
Second, in the interest of safety — namely, fire and electrical system protection — it’s important to have the ability to isolate a piece of equipment, either by a standard switch or, if need be, through a circuit breaker.
Which equipment you’re using to communicate depends where you are and which air traffic control facility you’re working with.
What happened in the case of flight 370, of course, is that all of this equipment stopped working — it was either switched off intentionally, or failed.
Eventually the plane passed the last programmed waypoint, then defaulted to heading mode and wandered off into the southern Indian Ocean until running out of fuel.