25 April 2018

Experts find track of flight of crashed an-148 in Black Box

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An-148 plane flying from Moscow to Orsk in southwestern Russia crashed on Sunday, only several minutes after taking off from the Domodedovo airport, claiming lives of all 65 passengers and six crew members on board. The investigation into the crash is currently underway. reports citing

The Russian Interstate Aviation Committee reported that their experts had recovered the record of the last flight of crashed An-148 plane at discovered flight recorder.

"After installing the parametric recorder data carrier in the technological device and restoring the information and power connections (trails), all the information of the onboard parametric recorder was successfully copied. There are 16 flights recorded, including the one that resulted in a catastrophe," the IAC stated.

They noted that the specialists had already started decoding the record.

The committee has also held talks with the Ukrainian "Antonov" company, which designed this plane.

2018.02.13 / 14:44
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