Deep Sea Challenges in MH370 Search

MH370

The search for Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 continues. A robotic submarine has completed its first full 16-hour mission scanning the floor of the Indian Ocean for wreckage. This comes after two previous missions were cut short by technical problems and deep water.

The search coordination center has stated that the Bluefin 21 has covered 90 square kilometers of silt-covered sea bed off the western Australian coast. The data collected by the submarine from its latest mission is being analyzed, but nothing of note has been discovered yet. In Britain, CCTV correspondent Richard Bestic speaks to a leading oceanographer about the difficulties encountered in the search.

Deep Sea Challenges in MH370 Search

Deep Sea Challenges in MH370 Search

The search for the missing Malaysian airliner continues.In Britain, a leading oceanographer explained to CCTV correspondent Richard Bestic the difficulties that exist in the search.
Download Video

Almost seven weeks have passed since the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 begun. The search has gone from the South China Sea to the Indian Ocean; from the air to the ocean’s surface; and now it has gone underwater. This has all been possible through a collective effort by several nations. CCTV’s Barnaby Lo reports from Perth on this unprecedented multinational search mission.

Unprecedented Multinational Search for Flight MH370

Unprecedented Multinational Search for Flight MH370

Almost seven weeks have passed since the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 begun. The search has gone from the South China Sea to the Indian Ocean; from the air to the ocean's surface; and now it has gone underwater. This has all been possible through a collective effort by several nations. CCTV's Barnaby Lo reports on this unprecedented multinational search mission from Perth.
Download Video