Indonesian authorities have begun the process of extracting information from the cockpit voice recorder of the Superjet 100 that crashed during a demonstration flight on May 9, killing all 45 people on board. The search for the flight data recorder at the crash site on Mt. Salak continues. The data extraction will be performed by Indonesia’s national transportation safety agency, KNKT. Russian aircraft maker Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Corp. says the cockpit voice recorder, discovered May ...
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