Accident de l'Airbus A320, immatriculé SU-GCC et exploité par Egyptair, survenu le 19/05/2016 au large des côtes égyptiennes [Enquête menée par AIB / Egypte] - information du 14/06/16 11H45

Les autorités égyptiennes ont publié hier 13/06/16 un point de situation sur les données radar reçues, la durée d’émission des balises des enregistreurs de vol ainsi que la participation du NTSB à l'enquête en tant que représentant de l'état de construction des moteurs. Elles indiquent également que les recherches en mer se poursuivent comme prévu à bord des navires Laplace et John Lethbridge.

Point de situation n° 7 publié par les autorités égyptiennes :

"Cairo, 13th of June 2016

Investigation Progress Report (7) by the Egyptian Aircraft Accident Investigation Committee

 

The Egyptian air force investigation committee received radar images of the A320 route before its crash; which identified that the aircraft swerved and changed direction to the left then turned for a full circle. This comes in accordance with the British and Greek radar images; however investigation can not only count on such information.
Manufacturers of the Flight data recorders stated that signals will continue to come out of the so-called black boxes till the 24th of June 2016.
The investigation committee has approved the request of the National Transportation Safety Board to assign one of its approved representatives to join the investigation team as the United States of America is the engine manufacturer; in addition to an expert of the flight recorders manufacturing company.
It is worth mentioning that both vessels La Place; responsible for the search process and John Lethbridge; the vessel responsible for the search and retrievel of the wreckage are carrying out their mission at the wreckage designated area"

 

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