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Flight recorder recovered from Turkish cargo carrier crash

Posted 16 January 2017 · Add Comment

The first flight recorder from the wreckage of the Turkish Boeing 747-400F which crashed in the vicinity of Bishkek Manas airport in Kyrgyzstan has been recovered.

 
The ACT Airlines aircraft, operating under the MyCargo brand, came down among homes to the west of the airport following a flight from Hong Kong.
All four crew were killed and at least 31 people on the ground were believed to have died in the crash.

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