Recording from EgyptAir crash intact

Recording from EgyptAir crash intact
This combination of pictures created on June 17, 2016 shows a handout picture taken at an undisclosed location in Egypt and released by the Egyptian Media Center of the ministry of Civil Aviation on June 17, 2016 showing the flight recorder (L) from the EgyptAir plane, that crashed into the Mediterranean last month, after it was recovered from the bottom of the Mediterranean by search teams. (AFP)
Updated 03 July 2016

Recording from EgyptAir crash intact

Recording from EgyptAir crash intact

CAIRO: Egyptian investigators said Saturday they would be able to access the cockpit voice recordings of the EgyptAir flight that crashed in May despite damage to the black box.
“None of the memory chips of the electronic board were damaged,” the Egyptians participating in the examination of the device in France said, adding that only some connecting components had to be replaced.
“Test results were satisfactory as (they) enabled the reading of the recorders of the CVR memory unit,” they added. The Egyptians now plan to bring the recorder to Cairo for further analysis.
The flight from Paris to Cairo crashed into the Mediterranean on May 19, killing all 66 people on board. The pilots made no distress call, and no militant group has claimed to have brought the aircraft down.