Black boxes from crashed Boeing to be studied in France

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The 'black box' flight recorders recovered from the site of the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8, in which all 157 passengers and crew were killed, are to be sent to Paris on Thursday for analysis by the French air accident investigation bureau, the BEA, as the US joined a gowing number of countries which have introduced a flight ban on the aircraft.

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France’s air accident investigation agency BEA will analyse black-box flight recorders from a Boeing 737 Max 8 which crashed near Addis Ababa on Sunday, reports Reuters.