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Cockpit voice recorder found from crashed AirAsia jet

India Blooms News Service | 13 Jan 2015, 05:59 pm
Jakarta, Jan 13 (IBNS): Divers recovered the cockpit voice recorder from the wreck of an AirAsia passenger jet on Tuesday, media reports said.

Officials said that the device can be used as a key piece of evidence for investigators to determine the cause of the crash that killed 162 people.

The cockpit voice recorder records conversations between the pilots and with air traffic controllers.

Sources said it was found close to where the flight data recorder was recovered from the bottom of the Java Sea on Monday.

The Airbus A320-200 airliner lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on December 28. There were no survivors.

The cockpit voice recorder was now on board an Indonesian navy vessel and expected to be sent to Jakarta for analysis, reports said. Investigators may need up to a month to get a complete reading of the data.

Cockpit voice recorder found from crashed AirAsia jet

India Blooms News Service
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