Two weeks after Flight 370 vanished, the families of those onboard still have few answers. A lack of information from authorities and possible debris sightings from satellites only compound the anguish. Sarah Bajc's partner Philip Wood was one of the Americans on board Flight 370. She tells Anderson "I believe… the passengers are being held."
Britain's Daily Telegraph obtained and published a transcript of the radio communications between Flight 370 and air traffic controllers. It starts while the plane is at the gate, and ends with the words "All right, good night." Anderson took a deeper look at all of this with Geoffrey Thomas, editor in chief and managing director at airlineratings.com.
As planes and ships scour the massive search zone for any sign of Flight 370, there is a new strategy for tracking down the debris spotted by satellites. Searchers say they are now relying less on radar and more on eyeballs and binoculars. Commander William Marks, spokesman for the U.S. Navy’s Seventh Fleet talked to Anderson
Anderson discussed the search conditions with David Gallo, who helped find the wreckage of Air France Flight 447.
While the search continues for Flight 370's black boxes, Britain's Daily Telegraph has obtained and published a transcription of the crew's conversation with air traffic controllers. This comes as news breaks on possibly significant new information about files deleted from the Captain's home flight simulator. Anderson gets the latest from Kyung Lah in Bullsbrook, Australia and Pamela Brown in Washington.
Anderson discussed this with former Department of Transportation Inspector General Mary Schiavo and aviation analyst Les Abend.
There are planes in the air and ships on the water and so far there is no sign of Flight 370. But an unmanned submarine could be a powerful tool in finding the missing 777. The REMUS sub was developed by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and helped locate the wreckage of Air France Flight 447. Randi Kaye got an up close look.
Anderson discussed this with David Gallo, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's Director of Special Projects.
For the Flight 370 families, it has been 13 days with no solid answers. The uncertainty is causing excruciating pain, but it is also allowing some to hope. Psychologist Paul Yin has been spending time with some of the families of the missing.
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