Dutch safety board to publish flight recorder analysis next week
The Dutch Safety Board investigating the cause of Wednesday's Turkish Airlines crash near Amsterdam said it would publish details of the analysis it made of flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder by early next week, dpa reported.
Safety Board spokeswoman Sandra Groendendal told Deutsche Presse- Agentur, dpa, that work on the recorders was still "in progress. No information can be released yet, but we will provide more information on Monday or Tuesday."
Both recorders were recovered from the wreckage Wednesday afternoon and taken to Paris for analysis.
Wednesday's crash of a Boeing 737-800 shortly before landing at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport left nine people dead while 121 were injured, of whom 63 were still hospitalized on Thursday, six in critical condition.