Search for Flight 370 Continues

ABC News' Nikki Battiste on search for missing plane as executives discuss avoiding similar incidents
3:00 | 04/02/14

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Representatives from the airlines around the world taking steps to make sure no plane ever goes missing again. -- moves come as (%expletive) as a ships and planes are once again scouring the Indian Ocean to see if they find any signals and signs from Malaysia airlines flight 370. ABC's that you Batiste joined one of those crews -- Perth Australia. What's 45 days -- and still no plane parts from flight 370 have been found. Now a British nuclear submarine is joining the search yesterday I flew what's what of the key three -- Ryan -- who say they've never seen anything like this. A plane seeming to just completely disappear. It is take -- number of war for this royal New Zealand airforce. They want to be the team that find something anything from the missing plane. Flying at speeds up to 470. Miles per hour they told me this mission is all about resilience. They are in the air about eleven hours each state four of them spent scouring their designated search area. Coming into the third area now about two hours coming clean and -- I'm coming. Okay criminal court here period. And the plane flying and coming down 300 million okay. I really hope -- can clean feeling you can yeah. Soon at one object is spotted and with -- a touch of cautious optimism on board. The plane makes a few -- to get as close as possible one crew -- snapping pictures we see what looks like in Orange piece of fabric floating in the ocean. But the crews hope wanes as they take a closer look at what seems to be a fishing net. Yesterday the -- association that represents all international airlines valve that no airplane will ever disappear again. I'm making sure they can be tracked in real time we cannot let another -- simply disappear. That will mean -- designing aircraft to make it more difficult to switch off the various tracking devices. Looking out those clean windows on Mac cockpit drives home that -- search teams have -- nearly impossible task the Indian Ocean seems endless. The crew told me though if the plane is out there they will find it. -- Batiste ABC news Perth Australia. As crews continue their search in the air and by C count on ABC news for all the developments on flight 37.

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