Indonesia’s Search and Rescue Agency (BASARNAS)
lifted the Cockpit Voice Recorder
(CVR) of QZ8501 from the
sea on Tuesday.
The CVR was found at a distance of
approximately 20 meter from the location where the flight data
recorder was found on Monday.
Both parts of the aircraft’s black box (flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder) have
been evacuated and flown to Jakarta for further investigation by
Indonesia’s National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT).
The main SAR operation is still on-going and its
priority is to search and recover the passengers despite the weather
and underwater current challenges.
A total of 48 remains have so far been
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