This program is about 1 hour long
(Kuala Lumpur: Kyung Lah) The view that the plane's navigation system was intentionally altered, the investigation of both pilots, a clue about an unidentified flight tracked by the Thai military, the searches reviewed. [Malaysian acting transportation minister Hishamuddin bin HUSSEIN- comments on the search area.] The information from the Thai military, the perception of the lack of transparency by Malaysian officials discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with 777 pilot Les Abend, "New York Times" reporter Michael Schmidt and former Transportation Department inspector general Mary Schiavo about Flight 370. [In-studio, ABEND, SCHAIVO; from Washington, SCHMIDT - comment on the timing of the programming of the plane's computer, the lack of hijacking codes and communications options for the plane.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Richard Quest; Ontario: Martin Savidge) How information to change a plane's route can be entered into the system discussed; scenes shown from inside a plane flight simulator. [Commercial pilot instructor Mitchell CASADO- explains the simplicity of changing the computer to program a new direction.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) A look at the 777 equipment bay to explain how easy it is to disable the system and other parts of the system discussed; avionics bay shown. [Former aircraft mechanic John GOGLIA - explains the reasons for the plane's design.] [In-studio, 777 pilot Les ABEND - says pilots seldom go into the avionics bay; states there is no reasons for anyone to go downstairs.]
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The FBI investigation into CIA allegations that Senate staffers have access to unauthorized documents; an attack on a Ukrainian base; the crash of a news helicopter in Seattle and the death of L'Wren Scott, long-time girlfriend of rocker Mick Jagger, reported. 8:0030Good Night