Airborne recorders, from the Mi-8 helicopter that fell in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, were deciphered

Specialists announced the end of the process of decoding the "black boxes" from the helicopter Mi-8, drowned in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk.

According to information received by Avia.pro, at the moment the experts have all the necessary information, in particular, parametric flight recordings, as well as sound recordings of the negotiations of crew members and the air traffic controller. According to the available information, an investigation is currently underway, however, it is assumed that the violation of flight safety rules was the culprit, which led to the crash and human casualties.

The helicopter belonging to Russian flights shedule "East", Fell in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk 15 August 2015, and from 16 people on board (3 crew member and 13 passengers - ed.), Only 11 people survived. According to official data, the helicopter was carrying out a commercial flight, however, but unknown for the time being, fell to 30 meters from the coast in the Onghachan Bay, located in the Khabarovsk Territory.



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