MH370 vanished mysteriously from the radar screen while on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014 with 239 people on board.
At a public event held in Kuala Lumpur, a few days before the fifth anniversary of the tragedy, Voice 370 requested Malaysian authorities to start a fresh search, which would be the third since the disappearance of the plane, reported Efe news.
Beachgoers walk past a sand sculpture made by Indian sand artist Sudersan Pattnaik with a message of prayers for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
"If there are any credible leads or specific proposals. we are more than willing to look at them and we are prepared to discuss with them the new proposals", Mr Loke told reporters at a memorial event in Kuala Lumpur. "Now we are focusing on resuming the search", he said.
The event was also attended by the Malaysian Transport Minister, Anthony Loke who clarified that efforts to find the plane had not been abandoned.
"And if there is a "no find, no fee" proposal, then we are prepared to look at it".
Two searches of the ocean floor in the Southern Indian Ocean covering some 250,000 square kilometres have failed to find the wreckage.
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But it said there was no evidence of abnormal behaviour or stress in the two pilots that could lead them to hijack the plane.
At the end of her meeting with Mahathir, Weeks, the MH370 families advocate, told him, "Please don't give up on us".
The group's spokeswoman, Grace Nathan, urged the government to set aside up to $70 million-the amount it agreed to pay Ocean Infinity had it found the plane-to encourage exploration companies to take on "no cure, no fee" missions so that Flight 370′s passengers will not have died in vain.
Voice 370, a support group for next-of-kin, expressed hope that the new government that won a general election in May previous year will do more to encourage search missions and seek new clues.
"It is a wound that can not heal" if there is no closure, Nathan said.
He said that the Malaysian government welcomes any lead or credible evidence to restart the search.
Two fragments of the plane were displayed publicly on Sunday.
So far, the only sign of the aircraft has been debris that washed up in eastern Africa and nearby islands, far from where experts believed the flight disappeared. "Fly safely", as they reminded the government that the mystery must be solved to ensure aviation safety.