The flight data recorder (FDR) and the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) retrieved last week from the ACT Airlines Boeing 747 freighter crash site and sent to Moscow for analysis have significant mechanical damage and high temperature traces, according to Russia’s Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC). The IAC said in a statement it is not possible to read the information in a traditional way. The memory modules have been removed from the protected cases. Preliminary analysis on the FDR has ...

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