By Anantha Krishnan M. | Aviation Week
Bangalore, India | May 24, 2010
Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) officials completed their preliminary investigation late May 24 into the Boeing 737-800 Air India Express crash near Mangalore on May 22 that killed 158 people. A senior Mangalore airport official told AVIATION WEEK that Air India security officials will continue their search for the aircraft’s flight data recorder (FDR). Two Kenyan crash experts have joined the search and probe team to look at all possible angles and speed up the investigation.
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