CAIRO, Egypt — The second "black box" has been retrieved from the wreckage of crashed Egyptair Flight MS804, investigators said Friday.
The Egyptian Aircraft Accident Investigation Committee said in a statement that the plane's flight data recorder was recovered and is being taken to the coastal city of Alexandria where it will be handed over to experts for analysis.
"The analysis of data may take several weeks," the committee said.
The announcement came a day after the doomed jet's cockpit voice recorder was recovered.
The devices could yield vital clues about why the Airbus A320 crashed May 19 on route from Paris to Cairo with 66 people aboard.
The wreckage was located by search vessels Wednesday between the Greek island of Crete and the Egyptian coast.
Earlier this week, the Egyptian committee said it had received military radar images confirming that the jet deviated from its planned course and turned a full circle before disappearing. That contradicted previous statements that it disappeared off radar at a cruising altitude of about 37,000 feet.