Also cockpitvoicerecorder Russian aircraft found in the Black Sea
Divers have the cockpitvoicerecorder of the Russian plane that on Sunday crashed in the Black Sea salvaged.
The Russian ministry of Defence confirms that the second black box from the seabed is taken, reports the Russian news agency TASS. Tuesday was the vluchtdatarecorder already salvaged.
When the disaster came, all 92 occupants to life. On board were nine journalists and members of the Alexandrov Ensemble, the official choir of the Russian armed forces.
The musicians and choir members were scheduled for a nieuwjaarsoptreden on the Russian air base in the Syrian port city of Latakia.
Russian rescue workers have fifteen bodies recovered. Also, there are 239 body parts found.
One of two black boxes of crashed Russian plane found
The plane, a Tupolev Tu-154, crashed shortly after take-off from Sochi in the Black Sea. On the basis of a first analysis of the flight data, the Russian authorities ruled out that the aircraft is shot down by terrorists.
Russia has on Tuesday decided to all Tu-154’s on the ground to keep to known why the aircraft crashed. It is unclear whether a technical or human failure to the crash has led.
This is what we know about the downed Russian plane