Investigators have begun technical work on the cockpit voice recorder from the Boeing 737 Max that crashed in Ethiopia, the French agency for civil aviation safety, said in a tweet on Saturday. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Ethiopian investigators cannot yet say whether there is a structural problem with the Boeing 737 MAX and the investigation could take up to a year, the head of the investigation Amdye Ayalew Fanta said..
Reuters reports Indonesian investigators said on Thursday that information from the cockpit voice recorder of a Lion Air jet that crashed in October was leaked to the media and they would hold a news..
According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, the investigation into the final moments of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 turned to the cockpit voice recorder, whose contents may affect the future of not..
Boeing Co Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg, facing the biggest crisis of his tenure, said on Monday that the company understands "lives depend on the work we do" and was taking steps to "fully ensure"..
Villagers gather wreckages of the Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET 302 plane crash, near the town Bishoftu, near Addis Ababa, Ethiopia March 15, 2019. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri PARIS (Reuters) - Data from the..
According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, France's BEA air accident investigation agency said that investigators looking for the cause of the Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed all 157 people on..
According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, a spokesman for France’s BEA air accident investigation agency said that investigators began studying the cockpit voice recorder of an Ethiopian Airways..
According to Reuters, investigators hunting for the cause of the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that killed all 157 people on board have begun studying the cockpit voice recorder. Experts say it..
Authorities locate the cockpit voice recorder of Lion Air Flight 610, which may provide further insight into what caused the plane to crash off Indonesia last October. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
Indonesian authorities say they have stopped the search for victims of a plane crash that killed all 189 people on board, but would keep looking for the Lion Air flight's second black box, the cockpit.. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times •SBS