Aviation news analysis
50 SKY SHADES - World aviation news

Egypt investigators say can extract info from crashed jet voice recorder

Download: Printable PDF Date: 02 Jul 2016 14:40 category:
Publisher:
Egypt investigators say can extract info from crashed jet voice recorder - Airlines publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Egypt Aircraft: Airplanes Airline: Egypt Air
Source: Reuters

Egyptian investigators said on Saturday the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) of crashed EgyptAir flight MS804 was now in a condition to extract recordings.

The investigative committee said in a statement that, after repairs, the CVR was in a condition to retrieve information that could help explain why the Airbus A320 jet plunged into the sea on May 19, killing all 66 people on board.

The committee said its members were planning to return to Cairo to continue reading and analyzing the flight data recorder and CVR at the central department for aircraft accidents at Egypt's Ministry of Civil Aviation.



Loading comments for Egypt investigators say can extract info from crashed jet voice recorder...


Recommended

AAG and London Biggin Hill bring US and UK closer together with New York Heli Shuttle

London Biggin Hill and Associated Aircraft Group (AAG), the premier executive helicopter company, are announcing the launch of the New York Heli Shuttle, establishing even closer links between the US...

ADVENTURE AVIATION CHOOSES ALSIM AL250 SIMULATOR

ALSIM is pleased to announce the sale of an AL250 simulator to Adventure Aviation in Alberta, Canada. The AL250 will include a real Garmin GTN 650. It will complement the schools fleet of Cessna 172&r...

Air Partner Remarketing Market Update

Air Partner’s Russ Hubbard comments on the Remarketing division’s recent activity and the current market for aircraft sales and leasing Recent Remarketing activity The first half of...

TAG Aviation Receives EBAA’s Diamond Safety of Flight Award at EBACE 2018

TAG Aviation (UK) Ltd and TAG Aviation SA are pleased to announce that they have been honoured with the European Business AviationAssociation’s (EBAA) Diamond Safety of Flight Award at a sp...