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Organize the CVR Search Strategy for Lion Air PK-LQP, NTSC Ensure Support of 10 Divers of the SAR Team


Report by Journalist, Reza Deni

TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – The Chairman of the National Transport Safety Committee (NTSC) stated that Soerjanto Tjahjono had said that his side was developing a strategy to search for the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR), one of the two black-winged aircraft of the Lion Air PK-LQP aircraft still found after this air crash on a flight from the Pekkalpinang Destination Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Monday, October 29, 2018.

"Because the CVR needs a lot in connection with the investigation, how the crew got the communication, what the crew did on the plane, this information is important because we connect it to FDR data, "said Soerjanto at the Ministry of Transport Building, Central Jakarta, Monday (11/12 / 2018).

Soerjanto also confirmed that the SAR team would join the CVR search strategy.

"From SAR, we're still helping the NTSC saying we're using another 10 and one boat to go to the location," he added.

Conference to the press KNKT_2
NTSC press conference on searching for a Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) on the Lion Air JT-610 plane in Jakarta, Monday (11/12/2018).

NTSC, Soerjanto, also brought ships with advanced technology of remote operating vehicles (ROV) with sonar equipment, below the bottom.

"So we hope this tool can locate if the CVR box goes into the mud, then it can be found about where we are looking for," he said.

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As it is known, a black box of the Lion Air JT 610 aircraft of the Jakarta-Pangkalpinang flight crash in the Karawang waters on Monday (10/29/2018) was detected and moved out.

The black box found in searches so far is FDR. Although the CVR black box is not yet to be found.

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