Ethiopian state TV reported Monday that investigators had recovered the black box from the crash site of the Boeing passenger jet, near the country's capital. Commenting on the news Ethiopian Airlines later stated that the second box had also been found.
Accident Bulletin no. 6— Ethiopian Airlines (@flyethiopian) 11 марта 2019 г.
Issued on March 11, 2019 at 01:40 PM Local Time
The Digital Flight Data Recorder(DFDR) and Cockpit Voice Recorder(CVR) of ET302 have been Recovered.
The jet crashed just a few minutes after take-off on 10 March, killing all 157 people on board.
Site of the Tragedy
Reuters reported, citing witnesses of the plane crash, that the aircraft had tried to climb before the crash, but failed to do so, leaving a trail of smoke and debris. The witnesses also told the agency that the plane had made a sharp turn just before the crash.
According to data acquired from the black box of the Indonesian jet, the sensors showed incorrect speed and altitude readings, which could have caused the tragedy.
Following the crash in Ethiopia, Indonesian authorities also decided to ground their Boeing 737 MAX fleet, the AFP reported.