A team of aviation experts met in Australia on Wednesday to review all of the data relating to missing Flight MH370.
The group will “continue the review of information that will assist in progressing future underwater search planning,” Australia’s Joint Agency Coordination Centre said in a statement. “The work of the groups will be ongoing in the coming weeks as the underwater search planning progresses."
Representatives from the U.S. National Transportation Board, the U.K.’s Air Accident Investigation Branch and the Australian Transportation Safety Bureau were among those who attended the meeting in Canberra.
Experts from Inmarsat, the British satellite communications company which helped to narrow down the serach zone, and technical advisers from Boeing were also present.
No debris has been found since the Malaysia Airlines jet vanished on March 8.
On Tuesday, an expert told NBC News that only "a handful" of commercial vehicles could search the depths of the southern Indian Ocean in the area that is believed to be the Boeing 777's final resting place.