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Indonesia / Missing Plane #1076501

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 29, 2014
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(Studio: Amy Robach) The search in Indonesia for missing AirAsia Flight 8501 that disappeared introduced; photos shown.

(Washington: David Kerley) The second day of searching for the jet plane with the timetable for the plane flight featured; flight route map & Java Sea area shown; details given about the issue of GPS tracking on planes & the search for black boxes. [Aviation analyst John NANCE@- cites the options for what could have happened.] [AirAsia CEO Tony FERNANDES@- says we have to carry on.]

(Studio: Amy Robach) Report introduced.

(Singapore airport: Terry Moran) The wait at the airports for the families of those on board the plane featured; scenes shown of the people in limbo, the people who did not get on the plane. [Passenger's fiancee Louise SIDHARTA@- comments.]

(Studio: Amy Robach) Live discussion held with former Marine pilot retired Col. Steve Ganyard about the plane. [GANYARD - explains the problems of satellite communications; expresses hope the plane will be found.]

Robach, Amy;
Kerley, David;
Moran, Terry

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