Experts hope to get flight data and sounds recorded in the cockpit, including the last words of the pilots.
Iranian and Ukrainian experts in Tehran have begun deciphering both black boxes from the Boeing 737 that crashed in Iran. This was announced on Friday, January 10, by the head of the Civil Aviation Organization of Iran Ali Abedzadeh, Reports Deutsche Welle.
According to him, the experts work in a laboratory at The Merabad airport in Tehran. The task of the researchers is to obtain stored flight data and sounds recorded in the cockpit, including the last words of the pilot of the aircraft.
The official assured that Iran has technical capabilities to evaluate these black boxes, but noted that it was agreed with the Ukrainian side that other software and devices of other countries would be used if necessary. It is also possible to transfer black boxes for evaluation to other countries.
Earlier, Iranian officials showed the found black boxes. It was announced that the flight recorders will be revealed on January 10.
Canada and France have reportedly sent specialists to Tehran to investigate the causes of the crash.