The First Black Box Of AirAsia Flight QZ 8501 Has Retreived

It seems I found the tech news, but it still relates with the event of AirAsia Flight QZ 8501. Indonesian Navy divers have finally retrived The Flight Recorder or the aircraft’s black box on January 12, 2015 around 7:11 AM. Fransiskus Bambang Soelistyo, the head of National Search and Rescue Agency, told it on reporters at the conference. However, Madjono Siswosuwarno, the main investigator at the National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) the second black box has not retreived yet even though it has located on the Northen of Java Sea. “The download will take one day, but reading the record is the difficult part because it will take two weeks into one month.” Armed Forces Chief Moeldoko stated to reporters that finding more AirAsia victim’s bodies is the top priority since there are more of them “still stay on the body of the plane”. “The transport ministry has suspended the carrier’s Surabaya-Singapore license for flying on a Sunday, for which it did not have permission. However, the ministry has said this had no bearing on the crash of Flight QZ8501.” Here is the video I found =

Note = the language is Indonesian

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