Main flight recorder of the Tu-154 plane crashed in Sochi has been delivered in the Air Force Central Research and Development Institute
Main flight recorder of the Tu-154 plane crashed in Sochi has been delivered in the Air Force Central Research and Development Institute in Lyubertsy (Moscow Region).
According to specialists, container of the recorder is in satisfactory condition. Its decoding will start when its technical clean is conducted.
Works on exploring the crash site of the Tu-154 plane are held without intensity decrease.
98 divers and 14 different deep-dwelling vehicles continue their work in the main sector.
Underwater vessels of the Seliger trial vessel and the Epron rescue vessel have detected another 3 fragments of the crashed plane at the distance of 1,600 and 4,500 meters. They are: engine, landing gear leg, and elements of the aircraft covering. The elements are being picked up and delivered on the shore.
A bathyscaphe of the Russian Geographical Society has performed the first immersion. Its operators are inspecting objects visually on most complicated areas of the seabed along the Tu-154 flight trajectory.
Mi-8 helicopter as well as Granat-4 and Orlan-10 are monitoring the situation from the air.