Malaysian officials tell CNN they may send a ship to investigate claims the missing plane may be in the Bay of Bengal.
That's where an Australian company says it believes it saw plane wreckage a month ago.
This comes as the U.S. underwater drone, the Bluefin-21, has only days left to search for the plane in the southern Indian Ocean.
That is, unless Australians and U.S. officials sign a new agreement to keep using the drone, which costs the Defense Department $40,000 a day to operate.
CNN's Richard Quest, Aviation Analyst Miles O'Brien and Aviation Attorney Arthur Rosenberg discuss whether it's a good decision to send assets to a new location when officials say they are "satisfied" with data that shows the plane is likely in the southern Indian Ocean, and not in the Bay of Bengal.