Work on deciphering parametric data “black box” will continue on Sunday.
Case with onboard recorders of the crashed plane brought to decode in BEA / REUTERS

Experts of the French Bureau of inquiry and analysis for civil aviation safety (BEA) decoded data is the cockpit voice recorder of the Boeing 737 MAX airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, crashed in Ethiopia.

This organization reported on Twitter.

Recording voice recorder (CVR) were transferred to the Ethiopian group on investigation of causes of accident. It is clarified that the experts themselves audio not listened to.

⚠ This Accident survenu le du 03/10 #Boeing737Max@BoeingAirplanes@flyethiopian / Les données contenues dans le CVR ont été téléchargées avec succès par @BEA_Aero et remises à l’équipe d’enquête éthiopienne / communication en leur nom / @BEA_Aero n’a pas écouté les fichiers audio.

— BEA | Bureau Enquêtes d & d’analyses ✈ this ?? ?? (@BEA_Aero) March 16, 2019

However, the BEA noted that work on the decoding of the parametric “black box” (FDR) will continue on Sunday.

⚠ This Accident survenu le du 03/10 #Boeing737Max@BoeingAirplanes@flyethiopian / Le travail technique sur le FDR reprendra demain.

— BEA | Bureau Enquêtes d & d’analyses ✈ this ?? ?? (@BEA_Aero) March 16, 2019

Help. Typically an aircraft is fitted with two flight recorders: voice, recording conversations and sounds in the cockpit (CVR – cockpit voice recorder) and the parameter, fixing the technical parameters of the flight (FDR – flight data recorder or ADR – accident data recorder).

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As UNIAN reported earlier, on March 10, Boeing 737 MAX 8 of Ethiopian Airlines airline crashed in Africa. Killed 157 people.

This is the second aircraft model Boeing 737 MAX 8, which crashed over the past four months: at the end of October in the crash off the coast of the island of Java, killing 189 people.

Many countries have closed their airspace to aircraft of this model. In particular, since March 12, Europe has closed the sky for all Boeing 737 MAX.

Examine the black boxes of the cockpit, investigators began March 16. Help in deciphering the flight recorders of Addis Ababa requested at Paris, March 14, the black boxes were sent to France.