Iran finds flight recorder of crashed Turkish business plane

FNA – Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization (CAO) announced that a team of experts have recovered the flight data recorder (FDR) of a Turkish business plane that crashed West of the country on March 11.

FDR of Bombardier Challenger 604 private jet owned by Turkish group Basaran Holding was found in Mount Helen in the Western province of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari by the team of experts from CAO, Director for Public Relations of CAO Reza Jafarzadeh said on Thursday evening.

“FDR involves the flight data and the plane engine’s parameters that should be analyzed to find the reason for the plane crash,” the official added.

Last March, the private Turkish plane with 11 people on board, including Mina Basaran, the 28-year-old daughter of the Turkish eminent businessman, on its way from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Istanbul, crashed over Iran. All people on board died.