Sydney - The search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jet in the Indian Ocean kept its intensity Saturday despite no new acoustic signals for three days.
Ten planes and 14 ships were out looking for traces of MH370, which went missing more than a month ago after takeoff from Kuala Lumpur en route Beijing with 239 people on board.
"There have been no confirmed acoustic detections over the last 24 hours," the Joint Agency Coordination Centre said in its latest bulletin.
A signal was picked up Thursday near where a navy ship had monitored a possible signal from the missing Boeing 777, but it was determined to be unrelated to MH370.
The agency said none of the objects recovered in Friday's search proved to be from the lost jet.