Airbus experts start decoding crashed PIA jet’s data
Airbus experts Tuesday started decoding of PIA flight data flight recorder and cockpit voice recorder at Airbus Headquarters in France.
According to details, the first coordination meeting of the Investigation team was held at the Airbus Headquarters. The investigators in the presence of the Pakistan team gave a detailed briefing at the Airbus headquarters.
Moreover, the investigation team started the decoding process of both the black box and cockpit voice recorder.
It is pertinent to note that PIA flight PK 8303 crashed on May 22 that killed 97 passengers and one civilian on ground. Two passengers fortunately survived the air crash. Airbus officials arrived in Pakistan to provide technical assistance to the investigation team particularly for decoding blackbox and cockpit voice recorder.
(2/2) ⚠️ Accident @Airbus #A320 AP-BLD @Official_PIA / technical work on FDR & CVR will start at @BEA_Aero 02/06/20 / @BEA_aero thanks a lot AAIB from Pakistan for the coordination, organization and support provided.#PIA8303— BEA ✈️ ⚙️🔬🇫🇷 (@BEA_Aero) May 30, 2020