The first black box of Indonesian lion crash aircraft was found salvaged.

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 The first black box of Indonesian lion crash aircraft was found salvaged.


Nov. 1, according to Xinhua. com reports, the Indonesian Ministry of Transport said the first black box of the crashed Lion Airlines passenger plane has been successfully salvaged.

According to the New Zealand Herald, an Indonesian diver said in a media interview on the 1st that the diver had taken out the black box of the crashed passenger plane and brought it back to the surface of a ship.

According to the Associated Press, being able to locate the fuselage of the crashed airliner would be a step closer to finding the black box. Black boxes, commonly known as cockpit voice recorders and flight data recorders, are expected to play a key role in the cause of the crash investigation.

Rusdi Kirana, Lions chief executive, said it was too early to determine the cause of the accident.

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According to the Associated Press earlier quoted Indonesian Navy news reports, Indonesia has found 32 meters underwater 32 meters long object, suspected of 29 crash Lion Air JT610 part of the fuselage. Subsequently, the search engine received a pulse signal when searching for the flight recorder of the crashed aircraft. A JT610 Boeing airliner belonging to the Lion Air Group of Indonesia (LIONAIR) crashed in the northern waters of Java on Sunday, killing all 189 people on board. The plane took off from Jakarta at 6:20 a.m. and headed for Penang, Bonga. It lost contact with the ground 13 minutes after taking off. Many pieces of the fuselage were found at the scene of the accident. Search and rescue officials said the remains were packed into 48 bodily bags and transported to the hospital, waiting for identification. The results are expected to be available in four to eight days. Source: overseas web editor: Li Cong _B11284

According to the Associated Press earlier quoted Indonesian Navy news reports, Indonesia has found 32 meters underwater 32 meters long object, suspected of 29 crash Lion Air JT610 part of the fuselage. Subsequently, the search engine received a pulse signal when searching for the flight recorder of the crashed aircraft.

A JT610 Boeing airliner belonging to the Lion Air Group of Indonesia (LIONAIR) crashed in the northern waters of Java on Sunday, killing all 189 people on board. The plane took off from Jakarta at 6:20 a.m. and headed for Penang, Bonga. It lost contact with the ground 13 minutes after taking off.

Many pieces of the fuselage were found at the scene of the accident. Search and rescue officials said the remains were packed into 48 bodily bags and transported to the hospital, waiting for identification. The results are expected to be available in four to eight days.