Indonesian aviation officials copied on Friday data from the voice recorder of the Russian SSJ-100 aircraft that crashed on May 9 and started decoding and analysis, the press service of Ministry of Industry and Trade reported.
“The records were preserved, no doubt about it,” the press service reported, citing Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry Yuri Slyusar.
The Ministry said that Russia provided all the necessary hardware and software for the voice recorders, and Russian officials observed the data duplication process.
The parametric flight data recorder is not been found. Indonesian officials continue to collect and transmit information concerning the first and second flights of the aircraft, as requested by the Russian side.
SSJ-100 crashed on May 9 in Indonesia during a demonstration flight. There were 45 people on board, including eight Russians.