April 22nd, 2014
09:17 PM ET

MH370 passenger's partner: We need access to data

Officials are now hammering out an agreement on what to do if their current search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 doesn't pan out.

The Bluefin 21 underwater vehicle is now almost done searching the most likely area where the plane may have gone down.

MH370: More than 45 days into the search, here come the lawyers

Ten missions, and no debris.

Meanwhile, family and friends of those on board the missing plane are still waiting for answers on what happened to their loved ones.

Sarah Bajc is one of those pressing for information. Her partner, Philip Wood was a passenger on Flight 370 and tells CNN's Erin Burnett what her and the families of the missing aircraft want from investigators.

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  1. Jen

    is there no way at all to check out Diego Garcia?

    April 23, 2014 at 10:37 pm | Reply
  2. William Senn

    Thank you for continuing to cover this incredible story. Sarah is right, this event and the way it is being handled by the involved government agencies reeks of espionage and cover-up. It is a very short list of organizations that have the capabilities and connections to pull off a hijacking and disappearance of a jumbo jet. Whoever did this is hoping we all get tired of the story and move on. Thankfully, Sarah refuses to cooperate. Unfortunately. her dedication is not enough to solve this crime. I pray that eventually one or more brave souls will come out with information that sheds light on the event.

    Why is no one talking? Why isn't Boeing talking about the Uninterruptable Autopilot System that may have been involved in the hijacking? Why isn't the airline releasing the cargo manifest?, etc, etc.

    April 23, 2014 at 12:42 pm | Reply

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