Six countries assisted Malaysia in the search operation – Australia, New Zealand, United States, Japan, China and the Republic of Korea.
The search area was split into three areas covering a cumulative 80,000 square kilometres.
HMAS Success travelled back to the search area to conduct a surface sweep for objects of interest at the location pinpointed by a RAAF P3 Orion.
Chinese polar supply ship Xue Long also arrived on scene.
The search involved 12 aircraft, from China, Japan, Korea, Australia, US, and New Zealand, along with civil aircraft.
AMSA received satellite information from the Malaysia Remote Sensing Agency. The positions indicated were within the search area.
Unrelated to the satellite information, three objects were spotted by two aircraft, but were not relocated.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Tony Abbott met with the Australian families of those lost on Flight MH370. He also delivered a message of condolence to the families in Parliament. The families were briefed at AMSA and were taken on a tour of the AMSA Response Centre.