An advanced search team and debris salvaging experts on May 25 located the flight data recorder (FDR) from the Boeing 737-800 Air India Express aircraft that crashed at Mangalore Airport on May 22. Sources close to the crash investigation confirmed to The DAILY that the FDR was found intact. Investigators will analyze data from the FDR and the aircraft’s cockpit voice recorder (CVR) to try to determine the cause of the crash. The CVR and Digital Flight Data Acquisition Unit were found on ...
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