Investigators have begun processing the cockpit voice and flight data recorders (CVRs and FDRs) recovered from the EgyptAir Airbus A320, which crashed into the Mediterranean Sea in May. The investigation committee started inspecting parts from the CVR and FDR on June 18. The memory units from both devices have been removed and have undergone an eight-hour drying process. “Electrical tests of memory units of the recorders are in progress, which will be followed by the data unloading ...

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