Indonesian Navy divers have recovered the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) from Lion Air flight 610, a Boeing 737 MAX that crashed into the sea Oct. 29, 2018. Photos show the heavily scratched CVR after its recovery, although it is not yet known if the device is damaged. Local media reports indicate the CVR was found buried in mud at a seabed depth of 30 m (98 ft.), about 50 m from where the flight data recorder (FDR) was found. The Boeing 737 MAX aircraft crashed soon after takeoff from ...

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