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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The search in Indonesia for missing AirAsia Flight 8501 that disappeared with the timetable for the plane flight reviewed; Java Sea area maps & family at the airports shown.. [AirAsia CEO Tony FERNANDES@, Indonesian vice president Jusuf KALIA@- comment on the flight.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Surabaya, Indonesia: Andrew Stevens) The reaction of the relatives to AirAsia reports about the situation discussed; scenes shown from Surabaya's airport.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former NTSB director Peter Goelz, CNN's Richard Quest & David Soucie & Airlineratings.com Geoffrey Thomas about the plane; map shown. [SOUCIE - comments on the pilot's request to lift his altitude.] [QUEST - talks about the "normal" weather conditions; comments on the vacuum of information.] [GOELZ - indicates whatever happened happened quickly.] [THOMAS - talks about the shallow ocean waters that will allow for recovery of the plane; comments on weather, radar & dealing with thunderstorms.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Stevens, Andrew
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