Transcript for Missing Malaysia Flight 370 Search Continues Months After Disappearance
The Malaysian air mystery. New information being developed on the flight that disappeared. And we have been offering this story from the start, good morning, David. Reporter: Experts have been pouring over the data from the satellite signals, and a new search area will be outlined. And one more clue from a top investigator about the end of the flight of Malaysian air 370. Even though the search flights and the underwater robot found nothing. The lead investigator said they have learned more from the digital significance. Martin Dolan says that the plane was probably descending the last time it was in touch with a satellite. Investigators believe the yet had been flying for seven hours, krudsi cruising at altitude with no damage. And 8:00 in the morning, the final ping. And later, fuel exhaustion, and this time, the jet is descending. But dropping out or still flying? That could depend on whether both engines quit at the same time. If so, it might have glided for a while. Where to look now? This line shows where the aircraft might have been when the unexpected ping was transmitted. Telling ABC news, the jet wreckage could be 20 miles to the west or 30 miles to the east. We expect a new defined search area, up to 23,000 square miles, bigger than the original search area. It will be weeks if not months before they search underwater again. Thank you very much.
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