Wreckage of Indonesias wrecked aircraft was salvaged or released in early December

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 Wreckage of Indonesias wrecked aircraft was salvaged or released in early December


On November 1, the first black box of Indonesian Lion Airlines JT610 crashed into the sea was pulled out of the water, which is expected to solve the mystery of the cause of the crash.

Local time on November 1st, the first black box of the Indonesian lion crash passenger plane was salvaged. Indonesian media live footage showed that an orange black box was salvaged by two divers, and rescuers on the search and rescue ship received the black box in a white cuboid container containing sea water.

Investigators said that the extent of damage to the device reflects the severity of the impact of the aircraft. The Indonesian Transport Safety Commission has promised to download the data as soon as possible. In fact, it takes only two hours to download the data, but it may take several weeks to analyze the data.

An official of the investigation team said the preliminary findings will be announced 30 days later.

According to the head of the Indonesian Transport Safety Commission, the focus of the current work is to recover the second of the two black boxes of the crashed airliner, which is loaded with the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder.

Local time November 1, 2018, Jakarta, Indonesia, Indonesia Lion Airlines JT610 crashed into the sea search and rescue has entered the fourth day, the victimsremains are all over the place. Frogman commandos also found the engine of the airliner during underwater operations on the evening of the 1st, and locked the engine in place. Search and rescue teams have been searching for the fuselage of crashed aircraft on the seabed. In addition, only one passenger has been identified among the bodies of the victims who have been salvaged. On October 29, an Indonesian Lion Airlines domestic flight carrying 189 people crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from the capital Jakarta. All 181 passengers and 8 crew members were killed. Source: China News Net editor: Yang Yi _NBJ10647

Local time November 1, 2018, Jakarta, Indonesia, Indonesia Lion Airlines JT610 crashed into the sea search and rescue has entered the fourth day, the victimsremains are all over the place.

Frogman commandos also found the engine of the airliner during underwater operations on the evening of the 1st, and locked the engine in place. Search and rescue teams have been searching for the fuselage of crashed aircraft on the seabed.

In addition, only one passenger has been identified among the bodies of the victims who have been salvaged.

On October 29, an Indonesian Lion Airlines domestic flight carrying 189 people crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from the capital Jakarta. All 181 passengers and 8 crew members were killed.