Australian officials Peter Foley and Judith Zielke discuss the restart of the search for missing Malaysian flight MH370, which was put on hold for four months while the sea floor in the revised search zone was mapped.
Crews looking for the missing Malaysian Airlines plane move to a new section of the Indian Ocean, as we learn the pilot had been practicing flying into remote areas of the ocean. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.
Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss announces that the search of the area where acoustic signals were heard, has ended with no sign of the missing Malaysian jet, and that the search now moves into a "different phase."
The Bluefin robotic submarine searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet will be taken out of action because the Australian ship it is launched from has been returned to port for supplies and personnel.
“It is recommended that the International Civil Aviation Organization examine the safety benefits of introducing a standard for real-time tracking of commercial air transport aircraft,” the report said.