French Bureau d'Enquetes et d'Analyses, responsible for investigating aviation accidents, said it cannot explain why an Air New Zealand A320 crashed into the Mediterranean Sea on approach to Perpignan on Nov. 28 (ATWOnline, Dec. 2). "At this stage of the inquiry, nothing explains why the aircraft left its trajectory and crashed into the sea," BEA said in a statement. It confirmed the aircraft's flight recorders have been found and that their protective casings and memory cards appear to be ...

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