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CUBA-CRASH/ C
RTS1SCXE
May 20, 2018
Graphic explaining the workings of flight data and cockpit voice recorders, also known as black boxes....
China (PRC)
Flight data recorders eps C
Graphic explaining the workings of flight data and cockpit voice recorders, also known as black boxes.
EGYPTAIR-AIRPLANE/ C
RTX2GM5D
June 16, 2016
Graphic explaining flight data and cockpit voice recorders, also known as black boxes.
Flight data recorders eps C
Graphic explaining flight data and cockpit voice recorders, also known as black boxes.
EGYPT CRASH/BLACKBOX C
RTX1U7XG
November 01, 2015
EGYPT CRASH/BLACKBOX - Graphic explaining flight data and cockpit voice recorders, also known as black...
Egypt
EGYPT CRASH/BLACKBOX C
EGYPT CRASH/BLACKBOX - Graphic explaining flight data and cockpit voice recorders, also known as black boxes. (SIN03)
FRANCE-CRASH/
RTR4W1LV
April 03, 2015
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter on April 3, 2015 shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus...
SEYNE-LES-ALPES, France
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320, and the...
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter on April 3, 2015 shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320, and the road that was build to facilitate access for search and rescue operations, near the small village Seyne-les-Alpes. The co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, 27 of a Germanwings jet that crashed in the French Alps increased the airplane's speed before it crashed killing all 150 people on board, according to French investigators. France's BEA crash investigation agency said on Friday it was still reconstructing the flight, but the chilling new detail from a second 'black box' flight data recorder appeared to corroborate prosecutors' suggestions that the co-pilot acted deliberately. REUTERS/Lionel Bonaventure/Pool
FRANCE-CRASH/
RTR4W1LI
April 03, 2015
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 and its debris...
SEYNE-LES-ALPES, France
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 near Seyne-les-Alpes...
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 and its debris on the mountainside near e Seyne-les-Alpes, April 3, 2015. The co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, 27 of a Germanwings jet that crashed in the French Alps increased the airplane's speed before it crashed killing all 150 people on board, according to French investigators. France's BEA crash investigation agency said on Friday it was still reconstructing the flight, but the chilling new detail from a second 'black box' flight data recorder appeared to corroborate prosecutors' suggestions that the co-pilot acted deliberately. REUTERS/Lionel Bonaventure/Pool
FRANCE-CRASH/
RTR4W1LA
April 03, 2015
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 and its debris...
SEYNE-LES-ALPES, France
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 near Seyne-les-Alpes...
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 and its debris on the mountainside near Seyne-les-Alpes, April 3, 2015. The co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, 27 of a Germanwings jet that crashed in the French Alps increased the airplane's speed before it crashed killing all 150 people on board, according to French investigators. France's BEA crash investigation agency said on Friday it was still reconstructing the flight, but the chilling new detail from a second 'black box' flight data recorder appeared to corroborate prosecutors' suggestions that the co-pilot acted deliberately. REUTERS/Lionel Bonaventure/Pool
FRANCE-CRASH/
RTR4W1I3
April 03, 2015
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 and its debris...
multiple cities, France
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 near Seyne-les-Alpes...
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 and its debris on the mountainside near Seyne-les-Alpes, April 3, 2015. The co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, 27 of a Germanwings jet that crashed in the French Alps increased the airplane's speed before it crashed killing all 150 people on board, according to French investigators. France's BEA crash investigation agency said on Friday it was still reconstructing the flight, but the chilling new detail from a second 'black box' flight data recorder appeared to corroborate prosecutors' suggestions that the co-pilot acted deliberately. REUTERS/Lionel Bonaventure/Pool
FRANCE-CRASH/
RTR4W1HT
April 03, 2015
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 and its debris...
multiple cities, France
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 near Seyne-les-Alpes...
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 and its debris on the mountainside near Seyne-les-Alpes, April 3, 2015. The co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, 27 of a Germanwings jet that crashed in the French Alps increased the airplane's speed before it crashed killing all 150 people on board, according to French investigators. France's BEA crash investigation agency said on Friday it was still reconstructing the flight, but the chilling new detail from a second 'black box' flight data recorder appeared to corroborate prosecutors' suggestions that the co-pilot acted deliberately. REUTERS/Lionel Bonaventure/Pool
FRANCE-CRASH/
RTR4W1HP
April 03, 2015
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 and its debris...
multiple cities, France
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 near Seyne-les-Alpes...
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 and its debris on the mountainside near Seyne-les-Alpes, April 3, 2015. The co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, 27 of a Germanwings jet that crashed in the French Alps increased the airplane's speed before it crashed killing all 150 people on board, according to French investigators. France's BEA crash investigation agency said on Friday it was still reconstructing the flight, but the chilling new detail from a second 'black box' flight data recorder appeared to corroborate prosecutors' suggestions that the co-pilot acted deliberately. REUTERS/Lionel Bonaventure/Pool
FRANCE-CRASH/
RTR4W1AB
April 03, 2015
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter on April 3, 2015 shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus...
multiple cities, France
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320, and the...
An aerial photo taken from a helicopter on April 3, 2015 shows the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320, and the road that was build to facilitate access for search and rescue operations, near the small village Seyne-les-Alpes. The co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, 27 of a Germanwings jet that crashed in the French Alps increased the airplane's speed before it crashed killing all 150 people on board, according to French investigators. France's BEA crash investigation agency said on Friday it was still reconstructing the flight, but the chilling new detail from a second 'black box' flight data recorder appeared to corroborate prosecutors' suggestions that the co-pilot acted deliberately. REUTERS/Lionel Bonaventure/Pool
FRANCE-CRASH/RECORDER
RTR4VXR7
April 02, 2015
A teddy bear in a Germanwings flight attendant outfit sits among flowers and candles for the 150 victims...
Duesseldorf, Germany
A teddy bear in a Germanwings flight attendant outfit sits among flowers and candles for the 150 victims...
A teddy bear in a Germanwings flight attendant outfit sits among flowers and candles for the 150 victims of Germanwings flight 4U9525, in Duesseldorf's airport April 2, 2015. The second black box, the so-called data recorder of the Airbus A320 was discovered on Wednesday in the mountains where the Germanwings aircraft crashed last week. The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing the aircraft killing all150 people who were on board told the Lufthansa flight training school about a previous period of depression, Lufthansa said on March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/RECORDER
RTR4VXR0
April 02, 2015
The logo of Germanwings, a member of the Lufthansa Group, is seen next to a black ribbon and a flower...
Duesseldorf, Germany
The logo of Germanwings, a member of the Lufthansa Group, is seen next to a black ribbon and a flower...
The logo of Germanwings, a member of the Lufthansa Group, is seen next to a black ribbon and a flower commemorating the victims of Germanwings flight 4U9525, at a ticket counter of two airlines in Duesseldorf's airport April 2, 2015. The second black box, the so-called data recorder of the Airbus A320 was discovered on Wednesday in the mountains where the Germanwings aircraft crashed last week. The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing the aircraft killing all150 people who were on board told the Lufthansa flight training school about a previous period of depression, Lufthansa said on March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/RECORDER
RTR4VXQR
April 02, 2015
A Germanwings airplane takes off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015. The second black box data recorder...
Duesseldorf, Germany
A Germanwings airplane takes off from Duesseldorf airport
A Germanwings airplane takes off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015. The second black box data recorder of flight 4U9525 was discovered on Wednesday in the mountains where the Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps last week. The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing the aircraft killing all150 people who were on board told the Lufthansa flight training school about a previous period of depression, Lufthansa said on March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/RECORDER
RTR4VXQQ
April 02, 2015
A Germanwings airplane takes off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015. The second black box data recorder...
Duesseldorf, Germany
A Germanwings airplane takes off from Duesseldorf airport
A Germanwings airplane takes off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015. The second black box data recorder of flight 4U9525 was discovered on Wednesday in the mountains where the Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps last week. The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing the aircraft killing all150 people who were on board told the Lufthansa flight training school about a previous period of depression, Lufthansa said on March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/RECORDER
RTR4VX9P
April 02, 2015
Lighted candles are placed in commemoration of the 150 victims of Germanwings flight 4U9525, which crashed...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Lighted candles are placed in commemoration of the 150 victims of Germanwings flight 4U9525, which crashed...
Lighted candles are placed in commemoration of the 150 victims of Germanwings flight 4U9525, which crashed last week in the French Alps, in Duesseldorf's airport April 2, 2015. The second black box, the so-called data recorder of the Airbus A320 was discovered on Wednesday in the mountains where the Germanwings aircraft crashed last week. The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing the aircraft killing all150 people who were on board told the Lufthansa flight training school about a previous period of depression, Lufthansa said on March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/RECORDER
RTR4VX9G
April 02, 2015
Drawings in commemoration of the 150 victims of Germanwings flight 4U9525, which crashed last week in...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Drawings in commemoration of the 150 victims of Germanwings flight 4U9525, which crashed last week in...
Drawings in commemoration of the 150 victims of Germanwings flight 4U9525, which crashed last week in the French Alps, are pictured in Duesseldorf's airport April 2, 2015. The second black box, the so-called data recorder of the Airbus A320 was discovered on Wednesday in the mountains where the Germanwings aircraft crashed last week. The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing the aircraft killing all150 people who were on board told the Lufthansa flight training school about a previous period of depression, Lufthansa said on March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/RECORDER
RTR4VX91
April 02, 2015
A Germanwings airplane flies past a street sign during take-off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015....
Duesseldorf, Germany
A Germanwings airplane flies past a street sign during take-off from Duesseldorf airport
A Germanwings airplane flies past a street sign during take-off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015. The second black box, the so-called data recorder of flight 4U9525 was discovered on Wednesday in the mountains where the Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps last week. The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing the aircraft killing all150 people who were on board told the Lufthansa flight training school about a previous period of depression, Lufthansa said on March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/RECORDER
RTR4VX8Z
April 02, 2015
A Germanwings airplane flies past a stop sign during take-off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015....
Duesseldorf, Germany
A Germanwings airplane flies past a stop sign during take-off from Duesseldorf airport
A Germanwings airplane flies past a stop sign during take-off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015. The second black box, the so-called data recorder of flight 4U9525 was discovered on Wednesday in the mountains where the Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps last week. The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing the aircraft killing all150 people who were on board told the Lufthansa flight training school about a previous period of depression, Lufthansa said on March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/RECORDER
RTR4VX8V
April 02, 2015
A Germanwings airplane flies past a stop sign during take-off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015....
Duesseldorf, Germany
A Germanwings airplane flies past a stop sign during take-off from Duesseldorf airport
A Germanwings airplane flies past a stop sign during take-off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015. The second black box, the so-called data recorder of flight 4U9525 was discovered on Wednesday in the mountains where the Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps last week. The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing the aircraft killing all150 people who were on board told the Lufthansa flight training school about a previous period of depression, Lufthansa said on March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/RECORDER
RTR4VX8T
April 02, 2015
A Germanwings airplane flies past street signs during take-off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015....
Duesseldorf, Germany
A Germanwings airplane flies past street signs during take-off from Duesseldorf airport
A Germanwings airplane flies past street signs during take-off from Duesseldorf airport April 2, 2015. The second black box, the so-called data recorder of flight 4U9525 was discovered on Wednesday in the mountains where the Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps last week. The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing the aircraft killing all150 people who were on board told the Lufthansa flight training school about a previous period of depression, Lufthansa said on March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/
RTR4VX3U
April 02, 2015
French prosecutor of Marseille Brice Robin handles pictures showing the damaged black box data flight...
Marseille, France
French prosecutor of Marseille, Robin, handles pictures showing the damaged black box data flight recorder...
French prosecutor of Marseille Brice Robin handles pictures showing the damaged black box data flight recorder during a press conference in Marseille April 2, 2015. This second black box was discovered on Wednesday on the the mountainside site where a Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps last week, killing the 150 people who were on board. Marseille prosecutor Robin also said 150 sets of DNA had been found in the wreckage, corresponding to the number of passengers and crew on board the Airbus A320 jet that crashed on March 24. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
FRANCE-CRASH/
RTR4VX34
April 02, 2015
Two pictures showing the damaged black box data flight recorder are seen during a press conference given...
Marseille, France
Two pictures showing the damaged black box data flight recorder are seen during a press conference given...
Two pictures showing the damaged black box data flight recorder are seen during a press conference given by French prosecutor of Marseille, Brice Robin (not pictured), in Marseille April 2, 2015. This second black box was discovered on Wednesday on the the mountainside site where a Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps last week, killing the 150 people who were on board. Marseille prosecutor Robin also said 150 sets of DNA had been found in the wreckage, corresponding to the number of passengers and crew on board the Airbus A320 jet that crashed on March 24. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
FRANCE-CRASH/
RTR4VWYX
April 02, 2015
Four pictures showing the damaged black box data flight recorder are seen during a press conference given...
Marseille, France
Four pictures showing the damaged black box data flight recorder are seen during a press conference given...
Four pictures showing the damaged black box data flight recorder are seen during a press conference given by French prosecutor of Marseille, Brice Robin (not pictured), in Marseille April 2, 2015. This second black box was discovered on Wednesday on the the mountainside site where a Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps last week, killing the 150 people who were on board. Marseille prosecutor Robin also said 150 sets of DNA had been found in the wreckage, corresponding to the number of passengers and crew on board the Airbus A320 jet that crashed on March 24. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-CRASH/
RTR4VWXF
April 02, 2015
French prosecutor of Marseille, Brice Robin (L) and French Gendarmerie General David Galtier (R), who...
Marseille, France
French prosecutor of Marseille Brice Robin and French Gendarmerie General David Galtier attend a news...
French prosecutor of Marseille, Brice Robin (L) and French Gendarmerie General David Galtier (R), who holds an image of the black box data flight recorder, attend a news conference in Marseille April 2, 2015. A Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps last week, killing the 150 people who were on board. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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A History of Black Boxes - 27 Mar 2015
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FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYIT
March 26, 2015
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in...
Plzen, Czech Republic
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in...
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in the village of Zruc, near Plzen January 28, 2015. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken January 28, 2015 REUTERS/David W Cerny
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYIN
March 26, 2015
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in...
Plzen, Czech Republic
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in...
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in the village of Zruc, near Plzen January 28, 2015. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken January 28, 2015 REUTERS/David W Cerny TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYIL
March 26, 2015
A flight data recorder from crashed Mig-23 figter jet is seen in private aviation museum in the village...
Plzen, Czech Republic
A flight data recorder from crashed Mig-23 figter jet is seen in private aviation museum in the village...
A flight data recorder from crashed Mig-23 figter jet is seen in private aviation museum in the village of Zruc, near Plzen January 28, 2015. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken January 28, 2015 REUTERS/David W Cerny
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYII
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU holds a cockpit voice recorder, an up-to-date...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a cockpit voice recorder, an up-to-date model by L-3 Aviation Products that is used in Boeing and Airbus aircraft, at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYIG
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's BFU holds a L-3 Aviation Systems data recorder at their headquarters in Braunschweig...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a data recorder, an up-to-date model by L-3 Aviation Products that is used in Boeing and Airbus aircraft, at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYI6
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU holds a voice recorder, an up-to-date model...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a voice recorder, an up-to-date model by Honeywell that is used in Boeing and Airbus aircraft, at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYI3
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU holds a voice recorder, an up-to-date model...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a voice recorder, an up-to-date model by L-3 Aviation Products that is used in Boeing and Airbus aircraft, at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYI2
March 26, 2015
A historic tape-based and partly burned voice recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung...
Braunschweig, Germany
A historic tape-based and partly burned voice recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung...
A historic tape-based and partly burned voice recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYH2
March 26, 2015
A historic steel-foil-based data recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German...
Braunschweig, Germany
A historic steel-foil-based data recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU at...
A historic steel-foil-based data recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. On this model
the information is recorded and scratched onto a steel foil that is temperature-resistant. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYGK
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU holds a historic and partly burned tape-based...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a historic and partly burned tape-based voice recorder at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYGG
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a Russian-made historic tape-based voice recorder at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015 REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYGD
March 26, 2015
Solid-state data and voice recorders of different brands and models are seen at a storage of Germany's...
Braunschweig, Germany
Solid-state data and voice recorders of different models are seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung...
Solid-state data and voice recorders of different brands and models are seen at a storage of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or 'black boxes', used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The 'deployable black boxes' combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYGA
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU holds a historic and partly burned tape-based...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a historic and partly burned tape-based voice recorder at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYFN
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU removes a flight recorder from a cupboard...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) removes a solid state flight recorder from a cupboard at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYFI
March 26, 2015
A Deployable Flight Incident Recorder Unit (DFIRU) is pictured in a posed photo at the DRS Technologies...
Ottawa, Canada
A Deployable Flight Incident Recorder Unit is pictured at the DRS Technologies facilities in Carleton...
A Deployable Flight Incident Recorder Unit (DFIRU) is pictured in a posed photo at the DRS Technologies facilities in Carleton Place, Ontario January 21, 2015. Flight recorders or 'black boxes', used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The 'deployable black boxes' combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken January 21, 2015 REUTERS/Chris Wattie
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYEV
March 26, 2015
A combination picture showing the development of flight recorders or 'black boxes' since the 1950's....
London, United Kingdom
A combination picture showing the development of flight recorders or 'black boxes' since the 1950's.
A combination picture showing the development of flight recorders or 'black boxes' since the 1950's. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. REUTERS/Staff
AirAsia Crash
AirAsia Crash
Black Boxes Found - 14 Jan 2015
18 PICTURES
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L2WV
January 12, 2015
Officials carry a box containing the flight data recorder from AirAsia Flight QZ8501 at the National...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Officials carry a box containing the flight data recorder from AirAsia Flight QZ8501 at the National...
Officials carry a box containing the flight data recorder from AirAsia Flight QZ8501 at the National Transportation Safety Committee office in Jakarta January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers retrieved the black box flight data recorder from the wreck of the AirAsia passenger jet on Monday, a major step towards unravelling the cause of the crash that killed all 162 people on board. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L2WR
January 12, 2015
The flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501 is placed into a container at the National Transportation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
The flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501 is placed into a container at the National Transportation...
The flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501 is placed into a container at the National Transportation Safety Committee office in Jakarta January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers retrieved the black box flight data recorder from the wreck of the AirAsia passenger jet on Monday, a major step towards unravelling the cause of the crash that killed all 162 people on board. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L2RJ
January 12, 2015
Tatang Kurniadi (R), head of the National Transportation Safety Committee, points at the flight data...
JAVA SEA, Mid-Sea
Tatang Kurniadi, head of the National Transportation Safety Committee, points at the flight data recorder...
Tatang Kurniadi (R), head of the National Transportation Safety Committee, points at the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 as Indonesian Armed Forces Chief Moeldoko (C) looks on, onboard Indonesian navy vessel KRI Banda Aceh, in the Java Sea January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Adek Berry/Pool (MID-SEA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L2RD
January 12, 2015
Indonesian Armed Forces Chief Moeldoko (C) gestures as he looks at the flight data recorder of AirAsia...
JAVA SEA, Mid-Sea
Indonesian Armed Forces Chief Moeldoko gestures as he looks at the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501...
Indonesian Armed Forces Chief Moeldoko (C) gestures as he looks at the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 onboard Indonesian navy vessel KRI Banda Aceh, in the Java Sea January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Adek Berry/Pool (MID-SEA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L2PK
January 12, 2015
Indonesian divers hold the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 onboard the navy vessel KRI Banda Aceh,...
JAVA SEA, Mid-Sea
Indonesian divers hold the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 onboard the navy vessel KRI Banda Aceh,...
Indonesian divers hold the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 onboard the navy vessel KRI Banda Aceh, in the Java Sea January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Adek Berry/Pool (MID-SEA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L2PJ
January 12, 2015
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is seen in a carrying case onboard Indonesian navy vessel...
JAVA SEA, Mid-Sea
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is seen in a carrying case onboard Indonesian navy vessel...
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is seen in a carrying case onboard Indonesian navy vessel KRI Banda Aceh, in the Java Sea January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Adek Berry/Pool (MID-SEA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L2PH
January 12, 2015
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is lifted out of a carrying case at the airbase in Pangkalan...
Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is lifted out of a carrying case at the airbase in Pangkalan...
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is lifted out of a carrying case at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Adek Berry/Pool (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L2PG
January 12, 2015
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is seen in a carrying case onboard Indonesian navy vessel...
JAVA SEA, Mid-Sea
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is seen in a carrying case onboard Indonesian navy vessel...
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is seen in a carrying case onboard Indonesian navy vessel KRI Banda Aceh, in the Java Sea January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Adek Berry/Pool (MID-SEA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L24X
January 12, 2015
The flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501 is placed into a container upon its arrival at the airbase...
Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia
The flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501 is placed into a container upon its arrival at the airbase...
The flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501 is placed into a container upon its arrival at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers retrieved the black box flight data recorder from the wreck of an AirAsia passenger jet on Monday, a major step towards investigators unravelling the cause of the crash that killed all 162 people on board. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L22N
January 12, 2015
Tatang Kurniadi (2nd R), head of the National Transportation Safety Committee, speaks as Indonesian Armed...
Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia
Tatang Kurniadi, head of the National Transportation Safety Committee, speaks as Indonesian Armed Forces...
Tatang Kurniadi (2nd R), head of the National Transportation Safety Committee, speaks as Indonesian Armed Forces Chief Moeldoko (C) looks on during a news conference after the recovery of the flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501 at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers retrieved the black box flight data recorder from the wreck of an AirAsia passenger jet on Monday, a major step towards investigators unravelling the cause of the crash that killed all 162 people on board.
Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L1MQ
January 12, 2015
An Indonesian Air Force flight crew waits to receive the flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501 for...
Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia
An Indonesian Air Force flight crew waits to receive the flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501 for...
An Indonesian Air Force flight crew waits to receive the flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501 for transport back to Jakarta at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L1M6
January 12, 2015
An Indonesian Air Force flight crew lift a case containing the flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501...
Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia
An Indonesian Air Force flight crew lift a case containing the flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501...
An Indonesian Air Force flight crew lift a case containing the flight data recorder from AirAsia QZ8501 onto a military plane for transport back to Jakarta at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L1KO
January 12, 2015
Military policemen carry the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 to an awaiting military plane for...
Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia
Military policemen carry the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 to an awaiting military plane for...
Military policemen carry the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 to an awaiting military plane for transport back to Jakarta, at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L1K1
January 12, 2015
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is secured in a see-through case at the airbase in Pangkalan...
Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is secured in a see-through case at the airbase in Pangkalan...
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is secured in a see-through case at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L1JC
January 12, 2015
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is lifted out of a carrying case at the airbase in Pangkalan...
Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is lifted out of a carrying case at the airbase in Pangkalan...
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is lifted out of a carrying case at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L1C9
January 12, 2015
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is transferred to another container at the airbase in Pangkalan...
Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is transferred to another container at the airbase in Pangkalan...
The flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 is transferred to another container at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA-AIRPLANE/
RTR4L1BM
January 12, 2015
Military policemen carry the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun,...
Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia
Military policemen carry the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun
Military policemen carry the flight data recorder of AirAsia QZ8501 at the airbase in Pangkalan Bun, Central Kalimantan January 12, 2015. Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the black box flight data recorder from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, killing all 162 people on board, a government official said. Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AirAsia Crash
AirAsia Crash
Plane Tail Lifted - 12 Jan 2015
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