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April 16th, 2014
09:02 PM ET

Flight 370 co-pilot's cell phone raises new questions

Officials tell CNN there are new questions about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370's co-pilot's mobile phone.

His phone could be key in the investigation into the aircraft's disappearance

The Malaysian government is investigating whether his phone connected with other towers along the flight path - and why only the co-pilot's phone was detected.

How significant is this development? Is it just a coincidence or was something suspicious going on in that cockpit?

Watch Richard Quest and CNN aviation analyst Arthur Rosenberg's fiery debate over the latest developments in the investigation of missing Flight 370.

soundoff (3 Responses)
  1. tramky

    It seems unlikely that this plane will EVER be found. Frankly, the investigators have NO IDEA where it is. That has been the case from Day One, and remains the case now. A remain unconvinced that it is in the ocean. In any case, if it IS ever found it will be by accident, not by analysis.

    That shis can occur12 years after 9/11 reveals the utter futility of air travel security regimes; it is all just an enormous waste of time and money.

    May 16, 2014 at 3:52 pm | Reply
  2. francine

    i still say the co pilot hi jacked the plane and if they check his computer they may find where he was searching for drugs to knock out pilot to take over the plane and take it to an island

    May 16, 2014 at 10:19 am | Reply
  3. Collin laMey

    I dont think its significant. It was probably left om accidently but they must investigate.. What concerns me is that oil slick. They want to end this search and they could try to imply that the oil could have come from #370. It wouldn't take much to tamper. It will ne interesting to see.

    April 17, 2014 at 12:44 am | Reply

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