Canada has completed the analysis of the data recorders of the downed Boeing in Iran
The team of international experts has completed a preliminary analysis of the flight data recorders downed in January in Tehran Ukrainian aircraft Boeing 737, reported the canadian Bureau of transport security (TSB).
Decrypting data from "black boxes" began in Paris on July 21.
"Loading and preliminary data analysis was an important milestone in the process that should be thorough and transparent investigation. Work in Paris is finished, but until the investigation is still far. There are many key questions to be answered", - said the head of the TSB Katie Fox.
Flying in Boeing 737-800 Kiev "Ukraine International airlines" crashed shortly after takeoff from Tehran on January 8, early in the morning. Killed 176 people: citizens of Iran, Ukraine, Canada, UK, Germany, Sweden and Afghanistan. The Iranian military on 11 January said that the Ukrainian Boeing was shot down by accident, the reason was the human factor: the plane flew near the military site and Iran was taken for "enemy target", namely cruise missile. In the Iran-said that he expected attacks from the United States, in connection with which the air defense system of the country were given in full combat readiness.
Later in January the Iranian authorities said, according to the report civil aviation Organization of Iran on Boeing crash Ukrainian plane was shot down by two rockets of a class "earth-air" of small range of "tor-M1". According to the report, two missiles "tor-M1" class "earth-air" was released on the Boeing 737-800 from the North. After missile hit the plane began to rapidly lose altitude, while over the residential area, then faced an "impediment" to an amusement Park and fell to the ground. The ship crossed the football field has completely collapsed and caught fire.