Divers appear to have located and retrieved the flight data recorder (FDR) from Lion Air flight JT610, a Boeing 737 MAX 8, which crashed into the Java Sea on Oct. 29. Television images show divers bringing the device onto a boat, and Reuters reports it is the FDR rather than the cockpit voice recorder. According to local media the diver found the data recorder at about 30 meters depth among aircraft debris, with the help of a remotely operated vehicle. Indonesian authorities confirmed on ...

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