The cockpit voice recorder of an Indonesian passenger jet that crashed into the ocean in January with 62 folks on board was discovered in a single day, an official stated on Wednesday.
The Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) was found beneath one meter of mud on the backside of the Java Sea, stated Mr. Soerjanto Tjahjono, chairman of the Nationwide Transportation Security Committee.
“We discovered the CVR final evening. It would take about three days to 1 week to decipher the info,’’ Soerjanto stated.
Soerjanto stated it might be extraordinarily troublesome to find out the reason for the crash with out the cockpit voice recorder.
The opposite black field of the flight knowledge recorder was discovered days after the Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500 crashed minutes after take-off from Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta airport on January 9, 2021. The occasion resulted within the loss of life of all 62 folks on board.
In a preliminary report on the crash, Indonesian investigators stated that the plane had issues with its automated throttle system.
The jet’s left engine throttle lever trimmed again, leading to much less engine energy, whereas the best one jammed simply earlier than the plane crashed, the Nationwide Transportation Security Committee stated.
A full report on the crash is predicted in early 2022.