The French Bureau of Investigation and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety (BEA) managed to download data from the “black boxes” of the Ukrainian Boeing 737 which was shot down over Tehran in January of this year. This was reported by the BEA on Twitter.
« @Boeing # 737 UR-PSR @fly_uia # PS752 / CVR data – including the event itself – has been uploaded successfully by @BEA_Aero / Data transferred to Iranian AAIB / Communication on their behalf. @Boeing # 737 UR-PSR @fly_uia # PS752 / The FDR data – including the event itself – was successfully uploaded by @BEA_Aero / Data transferred to the Iranian AAIB / Communication on their behalf / The analysis of H & FDR data will start tomorrow with stakeholders», Read the message.
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A BEA spokesperson said disclosing any further information was up to the Iranian authorities investigating.
The data was loaded in collaboration with Iranian investigators and experts from Canada, the United States, Sweden and the United Kingdom, as well as representatives from the UIA, Boeing and engine maker Safran.
As we reported previously, the French side officially confirmed the passage of the black boxes yesterday, July 20.
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