May 5th, 2014
10:11 PM ET

Is it back to 'square one' in the Flight 370 search?

After two months of searching, thousands of hours in the air and millions of square miles of ocean examined, there is still no sign of wreckage from Flight 370. The man in charge of finding the missing plane says it is time to go back and take another look at all the data. That includes those pings, that may or may not be from Flight 370's black boxes. Anderson discussed all of this with CNN safety analyst David Soucie and former Transportation Department Inspector General Mary Schiavo.

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  1. philmorew

    Perhaps Flight 370 was a robbery. If so, going up above 35,000 and releasing cabin pressure would take care of witnesses then going down to lower ~5,000 altitute to parachute battery cargo and coconspiritors and pilot after setting auto pilot to deep ocean might make sense.

    May 7, 2014 at 11:24 am |
  2. filipvb

    Maybe they should reenact the flight – using similar Boeing with crew only and perhaps experts on board. They would start the same way as 370 then they wold turn off the transponders at the same times and try to follow the initial path as reported by radars, after the last known location they would follow the suspected path for some time so the Inmarsat station would be able to collect the first few pings. Then they would just compare the Inmarsat calculations for this flight with what have been done for the MH370.

    May 6, 2014 at 7:03 pm |
  3. dandyman59

    Anderson don't you think it is about time to remove all the experts and just take a " common sense " look from day one ? (1)– proven fact that plane took off but then questions start that we have no TRUE answers to. Detailed provided by Malaysian government shows plane making an almost 180 degree turn back . WRONG–A fighter jet could make that turn but not a 777. Any type of turn like this in a 777 would have been a slow process . Causing this plane to turn (1) West than (2) back to the south then (3) east to original flight path . IF during that westerly turn the only land to MAYBE reach would have been India but making the southerly turn towards south makes no sense . Where would/could plane plan to go ?!!! No land even close to the southerly route !! Only land any where close would have been Africa and there is no way he /who-ever could have made land.

    May 6, 2014 at 12:52 pm |
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