Saturday, March 22
(Perth) -- The search area for debris from the missing Malaysian jet is expanding in the vast South Indian Ocean west of Australia. An Australian military plane as well as two long-range commercial jets are on their way to the site where satellite images of suspected debris from flight 370 were spotted two days ago. Meanwhile, A British paper says a transcript of the last 54 minutes of communications from the missing Malaysia passenger jet reveals a couple of minor concerns. The "Telegraph" says one of the plane's pilots repeated a call-out of the plane's altitude at 35-thousand feet. The other suspicious thing is that communications with the plane were cut during a handoff between air traffic controllers.