MH370 vanished during a flight that was meant to go from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing.
Many of the families believe there has been a cover up by Malaysian authorities.
JACC said an Australian contracted survey vessel will also be involved in conducting the bathymetric survey, and will arrive in the search area in June.
The investigation report offered no explanation of why the Boeing 777 flew off course during a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 carrying 239 people had mysteriously vanished on March 8 after taking off from Kuala Lumpur.
Up to 8 military aircraft and 11 ships were assisting in Saturday’s search for missing airliner.
The report has already been sent to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the UN body for global aviation, but not made available to the public.
The assistance would come solely from Malaysia Airlines (MAS), with the Government only stepping in to bear some of the costs if there is a need for it.
More than two dozen countries have been involved in the hunt for the Boeing 777.
A mini-submarine deployed to find the crashed Malaysian jet has touched record depths in the Indian Ocean beyond its operating limits.
The probe into the missing plane have been focused on four possible areas – hijack, sabotage, as well as personal and psychological problems.
No new electronic pings have been heard since April 8.
Signals possibly from the black box of the ill-fated Malaysian jet were “rapidly fading” and the ongoing massive search for the plane was likely to continue “for a long time”, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on . “Given that the signal from the black box is rapidly fading, what we are now doing is […]
Fariq’s last communication through the WhatsApp Messenger application was about 11.30 pm on March 7, just before he boarded the jet for his six-hour flight to Beijing.
No one should underestimate the difficulties of the task still ahead of us,” Abbott said on the last day of his China trip.