Changing Nature of Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

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Chinese ship searching for flight 370 Photo taken on March 21, 2014 shows Chinese patrol ship Haixun 01 searching in souther India Ocean. Chinese patrol ship Haixun 01, searching for the missing Malaysian passenger jet MH370, detected a pulse signal with a frequency of 37.5kHz per second in southern Indian Ocean waters Saturday. A black box detector deployed by the Haixun 01 picked up the signal at around 25 degrees south latitude and 101 degrees east longtitude. It is yet to be established whether it is related to the missing jet. (Xinhua/Chen Weiwei)

As the pings have fallen silent, the search for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 is now more like the search for a ship wreck rather than a plane crash. CCTV’s Barnaby reports from Perth on the changing nature of the search.

Changing Nature of Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

Changing Nature of Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

As the pings have fallen silent, the search for Malaysia Airline 370 is now more like the search for a ship wreck rather than a plane crash. Barnaby Lo is in Perth with details on the changing nature of the search.
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It’s been more than 6 days since any pings have been detected in the search area. Now the Australian searchers have turned to a robotic submarine called “Bluefin 21,” which can create a three-dimensional sonar map of the area to chart any debris on the sea floor. CCTV’s Andy Saputra reports on the new phase of search operations.

Robotic Submarine Deployed in MH370 Search

Robotic Submarine Deployed in MH370 Search

It's been more than 6 days since any pings have been detected in the search area. Now the Australian searchers have turned to a robot submarine. CCTV's Andy Saputra reports on the new phase of search operations.
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The mystery of what happened to Flight 370 has taken a heavy toll on the family and friends of the people on board. Anchor Mike Walter interviews Maarten van Sluys, who knows about what these people are going through. Van Sluys’ sister died when Air France Flight 447 crashed into the Atlantic nearly 5 years ago.

Brother of Victim in Air France Crash on MH370 Search

Brother of Victim in Air France Crash on MH370 Search

The mystery of what happened to Flight 370 has taken a heavy toll on the family and friends of the people on board. Anchor Mike Walter interviews Maarten van Sluys, who knows about what these people are going through. Van Sluys’ sister died when Air France Flight 447 crashed into the Atlantic nearly 5 years ago.
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How has the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 impacted the already beleaguered airline? CCTV’s Rian Maelzer reports from Kuala Lumpur.

Financial Woes of Malaysia Airlines

Financial Woes of Malaysia Airlines

The loss of flight MH370 comes at a rocky time for Malaysia's flagship airline. Malaysia Airlines has been privatized then re-nationalized again in a bailout. CCTV's Rian Maelzer reports that the airlines still faces financial challenges ahead.
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