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Cockpit voice recorder from the downed Lion Air Boeing found

In November, the machine of the Indonesian Lion Air crashed shortly after the Start, in the Java sea. All 189 occupants were killed. Now divers have found the voice recorder on the ocean floor.

Approximately two and a half months after the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX, the Indonesian Lion Air, the recording device for the Cockpit, has been discovered in the talks. The Indonesian Navy said.

divers have the voice recorder near the crash site off the coast of West Java found, said a spokesman for the German press Agency. She had been hidden under thick mud in a depth of 30 meters. The flight data recorder had already been recovered after the accident.

the Remains of the crashed Lion Air machine

crash only eleven minutes after the Start

almost brand new machine was on 29. October brought down only eleven minutes after the Start-up in Indonesia's capital, Jakarta, into the sea. All 189 occupants were killed. A preliminary investigation report of the Indonesian authorities revealed in November that the plane may not start would have been due to serious technical defects.

The machine had rubbing problems with the speed indicator and the AOA Sensors, which deliver data to, in which the angle of the Wind over the wing and how much lift a plane. On a crash, the investigators were not.

Lion-Air-machine is not airworthy, 28.11.2018 Atlas |Indonesia |Jakarta

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