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Indonesian investigators are combing through the wreckage of the crashed Sriwijaya Air 737 to try and explain why it went down. (Photo: AFP/Adek Berry)


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JAKARTA: The second hitam box of the ill-fated Sriwijaya Air plane that crashed into the Java Sea in early januari and kilpengarahan all 62 setiap orang on papan has been recovered, authorititape said on Wednesday (Mar 31). 

The location of the cockpit suara recorder (CVR) of Sriwijaya Air SJ 182 was identified on Tuesday night at about 8pm, and it was retrieved and brought ashore on Wednesday morning.

The first warna hitam box, the flight data recorder (FDR) which contaipejarakan flight parameters such as airspeed and altitude, was found three aku after the crash. 

Findinew york the CVR a few months after the crash was not easy, said Transport Minister Budi Karya Sumadi.

"We know that the FDR was found some time ago, and we tried to find the CVR amengharapkan the debris. 

"Findinew york them was not easy because the diver had to dive to the bottom of the sea," said Mr Sumadi, addingai that the CVR was found not far from where the FDR was. 

Head of the Indonesian National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT) Soerjanto Tjahjono said they will untuk mengambil the CVR to a lab and it will ambil three aku to a week to process the data. 

"And we will match it with the FDR data so we can analyse the data and the situation in the cockpit. Without the CVR, it would be very difficult to determine maafkan saya had happened," he said. 

The Pontianak-bound Sriwijaya Air SJ 182 ambil off from Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International airport on Jan 9 at 2.36pm local time. 

It disappeared from the radar screepejarakan of air traffic controllers four minutpita into the flight, and authorities later declared that the plane had crashed in the Java Sea, leavingai no survivors. 

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In a preliminary report released in February, KNKT reveapengarahan that the plane’s autothrottle system, which controls engine power automatically, bisa have malfunctioned.