Underwater Search Begins with Only Days Left to Find Black Box

MH370

Search for Malaysian Airlines flight

It’s nearly a month now since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 dropped off the radar on its way to Beijing.

Which means the black box batteries are running down. The search entered a new stage Friday in the waters west of Australia. While in Kuala Lumpur, officials vowed to continue following any new lead.
And that’s where we find CCTV’s James Chau with the latest.

Underwater Search Begins with Only Days Left to Find Black Box

Underwater Search Begins with Only Days Left to Find Black Box

It's nearly a month now since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 dropped off the radar on its way to Beijing. Which means the black box batteries are running down. The search entered a new stage Friday in the waters west of Australia. While in Kuala Lumpur, officials vowed to continue following any new lead. And that's where we find CCTV's James Chau with the latest.

Since the search re-focused on the south Indian Ocean, there have been ten sorties covering 200-thousand square kilometers each day. But still, no trace of the missing plane. Friday, search efforts took a new turn. CCTV’s Tony Cheng has details from Perth, Australia.

Ships Race For Time to Find MH370 Black Boxes

Ships Race For Time to Find MH370 Black Boxes

Since the search re-focused on the south Indian Ocean, there have been ten sorties covering 200-thousand square kilometers each day. But still, no trace of the missing plane. Friday, search efforts took a new turn. CCTV's Tony Cheng has details from Perth, Australia.

Among the heartbreaking legal decisions facing the passengers’ families is whether to seek compensation. If no one survived as feared, international conventions lay out compensation guidelines. But the amount and ways to receive it can vary widely.

CCTV’s Rian Maelzer explains.

Legal Moves for Payouts Start with Plane Still Missing

Legal Moves for Payouts Start with Plane Still Missing

Among the heartbreaking legal decisions facing the passengers' families is whether to seek compensation. If no one survived as feared, international conventions lay out compensation guidelines. But the amount and ways to receive it can vary widely. CCTV's Rian Maelzer explains.