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As The Search Continues For Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. More Questions Than Answers Remain About How The Boeing 777 Jetliner Could Have Disappeared. Since The Plane's Disappearance Early Saturday, Revelations About The Passenger List And The Plane's Flight Plan Have Left Officials Scrambling To Decipher New Complicated Clues. As Officials And Authorities Work To Unravel What Happened By The Lack Of Physical Evidence Including The Missing Flight Data Recorder And Cockpit Voice Recorder. If They Can Find The Wreckage Site And Especially Those "Black Boxes" They Hope That Will Be Able To Get Some Answers About How And Why The Flight Disappeared.... In Between Bill Ide's Reporting Duties, Daybreak Asia's Jim Stevenson Asked Him About The Mood In Beijing Following The Plane's Disappearance And How People Are Discussing It. (Q&A Stevenson / Ide) ... Watching For Any Information Is French Freelance Journalist Eric Meyer, Who Has Spent Many Years In Beijing, And Knows Some Of The Passengers Who Were Onboard Flight MH370. (Q&A Stevenson / Meyer) ... The Boeing 777 Is A Very Popular Plane With An Excellent Safety Record. The Most Recent Accident Involving A Boeing 777 Was The Asiana Airlines Crash At San Francisco International Airport In July 2013. Three People Were Killed. Pilot Error Is Suspected In That Incident. For More Perspective On The Plane Itself And What Is Involved In The Search, We Turn To Aviation Expert And Former Commercial Pilot Jim Tilmon. (Q&A Stevenson / Tilmon) ....