The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
Malaysia's government on Tuesday listed the countries and their ships or planes deployed in the so-called southern corridor, a vast 160,000 square nautical mile (550,000 square kilometre) area stretching from Indonesia to the southern Indian Ocean.
The government did not have details for the northern corridor -- stretching from Northern Thailand into central Asia -- where China and Kazakhstan are leading the search.
In the southern corridor:
-- Malaysia has deployed four ships, along with two Super Lynx helicopters, as well as two C-130 aircraft to the Indonesian sector of the corridor.
-- The United States has deployed one P-8 Poseidon patrol plane and will redeploy a P-3 Orion aircraft.
-- Australia has deployed three P-3 Orions and one C-130 Hercules.
-- New Zealand is redeploying a P-3 Orion to support Australian efforts.
-- South Korea has committed one P-3 Orion and one C-130 Hercules.
-- Japan has sent two P-3 Orions, two C-130s and one Gulfstream jet.
-- The United Arab Emirates has committed one C-17 aircraft and one Bombardier Dash-8 aircraft.
-- China has also made arrangements with Australia to deploy an aircraft to the southern corridor.