Malaysia Flight 370: Mystery Deepens as Searchers Race to Trace Sounds


It has been 30 days since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished. Crews are back out over the Indian Ocean now tracking down 2 different signals detected underwater. Meanwhile, new questions are being raised about the route flown by the plane. CCTV’s Rian Maelzer reports.

A current news update on the Malaysia flight only adds urgency to the search for the black boxes. The flight data recorder could explain who or what caused Flight 370 to veer so dramatically off-course.CCTV’s Ying Yiyuan reports.

What are the Best Methods to Track Down a Plane? Black box batteries typically last for 30 to 45 days and with the battery life draining, the search for alternative methods to track down a plane becomes more urgent than ever before. Seth Kaplan, the Managing Partner at Airline Weekly, joins CCTV from Florida to talk more about the future of the Malaysia Flight search.

To better understand the complications in this investigation, CCTV is joined by Matt Robinson from Denver Colorado. Matt is a member of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators and an Aircraft Accident Investigator for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.