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March 27th, 2014
08:43 PM ET

Could new changes becoming to air travel?

CNN's Brooke Baldwin and Stephanie Elam discuss the future of airline travel in the wake of the missing Malaysia flight.

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    As of November 2013, a total of 329 aviation accidents and incidents involving all 737 aircraft have occurred,[132] including 154 hull-loss accidents[133] resulting in a total of 4,287 fatalities. The 737 has also been in 111 hijackings involving 325 fatalities.[134]

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    BECAUSE OF THE CONFUSION WITH MALAYSIAN GOV. WHY CAN'T THEY BE FORCED TO TURN OVER ALL THEIR INFORMATION?Also could the plane have landed in a country near the ocean and be hidden?

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