CVR Transcript Complete NTSC Sukhoi

National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) has finished transcribing the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) in the Sukhoi Superjet 100 that crashed on Mount Salak. NTSC is still analyzing the transcripts of one of the two components of the black box. "I transcribed it all, the analysis is in progress. We are assisted by a translator from the Embassy in Uzbekhistan and Sukhoi team," said Chairman of the NTSC Tatang Kurniadi a news conference at Halim airport, Jakarta, Thursday (31/05/2012).

Tatang said the contents of the CVR was the pilot talks along with crews that are in Sukhoi aircraft. "Records of the conversation in the cockpit. Also there is a flight attendant voice. For that later," he concluded. As known, the plane's black box there are two components of the CVR and Flight Data Recorder (FDR). CVR was found Tuesday (15/5), while the new FDR was found on Wednesday (30/5) night. FDR was found 20 meters from the tail. Sukhoi falls on May 9. 45 people died in the crash.