Lion Air flight's cockpit voice recorder recovered by Indonesia Navy divers: 'This is good news'
Monday, 14 January 2019 The “black box” cockpit voice recorder from the Lion Air jet that nosedived into the Java Sea killing some 198 people in October was discovered by Indonesian Navy divers, officials revealed Monday.
Indonesian authorities will download on Monday the contents of a cockpit voice recorder from a Lion Air jet that crashed more than two months ago, after it was retrieved from the sea near Jakarta. The crash killed all 189 people on board and was the world’s first of a Boeing Co 737 MAX jet and the...
Ethiopian Airlines said on Saturday (March 16) that DNA testing of the remains of the 157 passengers on board flight 302 may take up to six months. It offered bereaved families charred earth from the..
According to Reuters, the Ethiopian Airlines Group Chief Executive Officer said that the crashed Boeing Co 737 MAX jets in Ethiopia and Indonesia appear to have a common connection. Investigators have..
Reuters reports that on Friday, accident investigators in France began examining the black boxes of the Boeing 737 MAX that crashed in Ethiopia. The global airline industry is keeping a close watch on..
FILE PHOTO: Men unload a case containing the black boxes from the crashed Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 outside the headquarters of France's BEA air accident investigation agency in Le Bourget,..
Investigators have begun studying the cockpit voice recorder of an Ethiopian Airways plane that crashed last week, a spokesman for France's BEA air accident... Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India •Seattle Times