The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has spanned three weeks with more than two dozen countries assisting in the mission. The search deployed as many as 58 planes and 43 ships in one day. In total, at least 80 ships and 61 aircraft have helped in the effort. Other countries have reviewed their radar records and provided satellite images for the hunt. To date, pieces of what could be the plane have been spotted on satellite imagery, but no wreckage has been recovered.
By Alberto Cuadra, Patterson Clark and Julie Tate March 30, 2014