SECOND STAGE OF SEARCH OF CRASHED A320'S BLACK BOXES LAUNCH
By Ruzan Poghosian

AZG Armenian Daily
16/05/2006

Aleksander Davidenko, head of RF Transport Ministry's Federal Agency
of Marine and River Transport, stated that "Cheleken" ship began
taking samples out of the water, where the airbus plunged. He added
that "Navigator" ship will continue the search in the place of the
crash. It is envisaged that marine research equipment will be taken
on the board of "Navigator" to get concrete data on the signals that
come from the seabed. The specialists state that the first stage of
the search works is completed. "We have elaborated the information we
had in the first stage and that will help to begin the second stage of
the search works. We expect soon to find the "black boxes." Davidenko
said, adding that they will look for more powerful marine research
equipment in all the countries of the world to successfully complete
the search works.

The specialists state that though they know where the signals come
from, that will be very hard to take the "black boxes" out of the
seabed.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress