The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority said Tuesday it had recovered the flight data recorder from the UPS 747-400F that crashed Sept. 3 in Dubai, killing both pilots (ATW Daily News, Sept. 6). GCAA, which is leading the crash investigation, already had recovered the cockpit voice recorder. It said it will send the FDR and CVR, both found in "reasonable" condition, to the US for analysis. Meanwhile, Gulf Daily News reported that Bahrain's Civil Aviation Affairs agency will ...

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