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 28/06/16 21H00

Les autorités égyptiennes ont publié le 28/06/16 à 20H00 un nouveau point de situation indiquant notamment que les données extraites de l'enregistreur des paramètres de vol (FDR - Flight Data Recorder) avaient été envoyées aujourd'hui au laboratoire égyptien du Caire afin d'y être décodées, validées, puis analysées et que ces opérations pourraient prendre plusieurs jours, les travaux concernant l'enregistreur phonique (CVR - Cockpit Voice Recorder) se poursuivant au sein du BEA.

Point de situation n° 18 publié par les autorités égyptiennes :

"Cairo, 28 June 2016
Following the successful repair of the FDR board of the doomed A320 at the laboratories of the French Investigation Bureau; the data file was transferred to Cairo today for decoding, validating and studying of data at the laboratories of the central department for aircraft accidents at the Ministry of Civil Aviation; which might take several days to ensure the accuracy of reading the data recorded. 

Today repairing of the electronic board of the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) has started; in attendance of the investigation committee members. The repair process will continue until the damage of the board is fixed and being able to read its data. A meeting was also held today between the investigation committee members and the accredited French and American representatives to evaluate the work accomplished up till today.

John Lethbridge; the vessel contracted by the Egyptian government to map the entire location of the plane wreckage and victims remains; will continue its mission till recovery of wreckage and remains"