The Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) at the first attempt couldn't decode the information from the black boxes from Boeing-747, crashed near Bishkek on January 16, the press service of the committee reported.
It is noted that on January 19 flight recorders from the aircraft "Boeing 747-412" TC-MCL of MyCARGO airline (Turkey), crashed at the airport in Bishkek, were delivered at the Interstate Aviation Committee.
"Recorders have significant mechanical damage and traces of the extremely high temperatures. In connection with this it was impossible to reproduce information in regular way," the statement said.
IAC experts together with specialists from Turkey, the United States and Kyrgyzstan examined, opened and removed memory modules from drive.
The reconstruction of the data carrier interface of parametric recorder is completed. Information read. Preliminary analysis showed that information about the accident is available.
The Commission continues to work on the site of the accident.