Investigators say it may take several days to read Boeing 737 Max’s flight data and cockpit recorders
Investigators will begin analysing flight recorders from the Ethiopian Airlines plane wreckage on Friday, in an attempt to establish what caused the crash that has grounded Boeing’s 737 Max fleet worldwide.
The flight data and cockpit voice recorders arrived in France on Thursday, and a spokesman for France’s bureau of civil aviation safety (BEA) said the first analysis was expected to take a couple of days. “First we will try to read the data,” he said, adding that he did not know what condition the black boxes were in.
Source: The Guardian
France receives black boxes from Ethiopian Airlines crash