Kuala Lumpur: A dozen aircraft and 14 ships Sunday continued the search for a missing Malaysia Airlines plane but the efforts remained fruitless on the 37th day after MH370 went off the radar on a Kuala Lumpur-Beijing flight.
"There have been no confirmed acoustic detections over the past 24 hours," Xinhua reported citing the Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JACC).
Eleven military aircraft, one civil aircraft and 14 ships joined in Sunday's search, JACC confirmed.
Acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein Sunday said Attorney General Abdul Gani Patail was in Britain discussing with the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) on who should have the custody of the blackbox when it is found.
"We are getting closer to that issue. The attorney general is in Britain discussing it. The ICAO and experts involved are relying on international law and domestic law on who should actually have custody of the black box once we do find it," Hishammuddin said.