April 15th, 2014
10:15 PM ET

MH370 passenger's partner: Investigators are not exploring other options

As an underwater drone hunts along the bottom of the Indian Ocean for Flight 370, the search above water is under way, with 14 planes heading to the search area. This comes as Australia's top investigator says the aerial search is expected to end any day.

A primer on the latest in the search for Flight 370

It's the latest discouraging news for the families of the plane's passengers,  including Sarah Bajc, who's partner Philip Wood was a passenger on Flight 370. She is OutFront.

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  1. Renee Palo

    Has the option of missing flight 370 surfaced with the possibility the plane landed safely at a designated, pre-planned destination, a runway created in advance to handle a massive 777? Once there, the black box and all communication devices relaying pings are collected, then flown or taken by boat to the Indian Ocean and dropped into its greatest depth, serving as a decoy. In essence, to create a manhunt in the ocean to afford them time for whatever their intent is with the 777.
    Either all passengers are alive and held captive, possibly for ransom or they're all dead. When the plane flew at its lowest, bodies could've been thrown into the ocean.
    It's a horrible thought, but thinking out of the box may be the key to finding the plane.
    After all, terrorists played out their well orchestrated event on 9-11-01.

    April 23, 2014 at 7:52 pm | Reply
  2. carlapage54

    our government and the malaysian government are allies,and are working together,there is proof that the plane was forced down to diego garcia.

    April 16, 2014 at 8:11 am | Reply
    • Anne

      Really!!! What is the proof.

      April 17, 2014 at 12:19 am | Reply
  3. will galison

    This may seem like a very far out scenario, but it is interesting that several "channelled" sources have basically put their credibility and indeed their validity on the line. Whether authentic or hoaxed, these are websites that have been published for years, yet immediately after the plane disappeared, they bet it all on the prospect that no trace of the planes will ever be found; an unprecedented, and as Sarah points out, virtually impossible scenario.


    April 16, 2014 at 12:53 am | Reply

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