April 25th, 2014
10:07 PM ET

MH370: Search area for missing jet likely to shift north

An U.S. Navy source tells CNN that the search area for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is expected to shift north.

The targeted underwater search is almost complete.

MH370: Narrowed underwater search nears end as officials plan next steps

Now 50 days after the plane vanished, officials appear no closer to finding the plane than they were on day one.

CNN's Erin Burnett, Deep-sea search expert Tim Taylor and Aviation Analyst Richard Quest tackles the next steps in the search and the variety of submersibles that can succeed where the Bluefin-21 has failed.

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    Well it has been approximately 7 years now , that cnn has been beating that airplane drum, who will they have on next to guess, one thing is for sure. put Richard Quest on to talk about that %&%& airplane and you can just here the wind picking up, from everyone reaching for the remotes to turn the channel, I know I do.

    April 28, 2014 at 7:26 pm | Reply
  2. Bernard Lemieux

    Finding the wreckage of of Malaysian aircraft MH370 is proving is proving to be very difficult. I have a different theory as to what happened. I think that the pilot made an controlled emergency crash at sea.He came in with an pronounced angle of attack to keep the engines away from the water to prevent an abrupt forward pitching of the aircraft. At that time, the tail hit the water and part of it broke off with the pingers still in it. The aircraft sustained damage; a broken wing or both, a partially broken tail section but the fuselage did not break up badly because the aircraft hit the water at reasonable speed and control. Between the partially damaged and a remaining wing, maybe both, there could have been enough buoyancy to prevent the aircraft from sinking fast. Then it picked up the prevailing underwater current and traveled quite a distance from the crash point as the depth of the water is so great. The pingers were found but not the aircraft because it's definitely not there.

    April 28, 2014 at 9:43 am | Reply

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