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Flight 370: How near are we in finding this aircraft?

More planes are searching for the lost Malaysian Airlines; Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Sunday expressed confidence the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 hopefully will be resolved.

... the search continues
... the search continues
Photo by Rufus Cox/Getty Images
... search continues
Photo by Rufus Cox/Getty Images

“Obviously, the more aircraft we have, the more ships we have, the more confident we are of recovering whatever material is down there,” Abbot said. “And obviously before we can be too specific about what it might be, we do actually need to recover some of this material.”

The international search for the missing aircraft resumed early Sunday near Perth, with a U.S. Navy P-8 Poseidon rejoining the effort, according to a naval spokesman.

Planes from the United States, New Zealand, Australia and China will be flying. Three planes, two civilian aircraft and the P-8, were airborne by 7 a.m. Perth time (7 p.m. ET).

New Chinese satellite images "will be taken into consideration" in the search, Hayward-Maher said.

This is something must be learned that these things won’t happen again. This is excruciating to the families whose family on board of that plane.

The world focuses on this aircraft that cannot be found, at this time. Let’s keep our fingers crossed light should be shed to the families who are hoping that these passengers are still alive and well.