Nothing has been found at the site where Chinese satellites captured floating debris in the hunt for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, the Office of the National Committee for Search and Rescue has confirmed.

Lieut. Colonel Nguyen Ngoc Son, a member from the National Committee for Search and Rescue, reported that on March 13, AN26 and CASA aircraft were promptly sent to the site at 6.42 degrees latitude North and 105.37 degrees longitude East after the committee received the information and the pilots returned with empty hands.

In the afternoon of the same day, the Malaysian military attaché in Vietnam also confirmed with the office that Malaysia sent an aircraft to the site and found no suspicious signs there.

On the day, Vietnam used five aircraft and seven vessels to search for the missing plane along with three planes and three ships from foreign forces, Son said.

On March 14, the search will cover around the DK1 platform in Truong Sa archipelago with three aircraft and seven ships, he added.

Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 with 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board lost radar contact on early March 8 en route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China.

The search for flight MH370 entered its sixth day on March 13, with nothing pointing to the missing plane./.