Cuba concludes the investigation of the plane crash of the Boeing 737 of Global Air in Havana
Cuba has concluded the investigation into the plane crash of the Boeing 737-200 of Global Air, rented by Cubana de Aviación, which occurred last May in Havana, as explained on state television of the island.
"All the tests of rigor that we had proposed to carry out have concluded," assured the president of the Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Cuba (IACC), Armando Daniel López.
However, the director clarified that the conclusions "will be presented soon", without specifying when.
The analysis of the two black boxes of the aircraft allowed "to determine with accuracy elements such as speed, height, turns, engine power and possible technical failures," he said.
He also said that the modeling of the flight profile of the accident aircraft had been achieved, which allows "reconstruct and have a complete view" of what happened.
The government commission responsible for investigating the crash of Flight DMJ-972 of Cubana de Aviación, where 112 people died, took 10 months (the maximum period established by the civil aeronautical laws of the island is 1 year).
In the study of the accident, the most serious in Cuba in thirty years, European, American and Mexican specialists participated.
The tragedy that occurred on the morning of May 18, 2018, survived three passengers but two of them died shortly after.
Two months later, the Mexican Global Air, said the accident had been the result of a "human failure" of the pilots but the report had no evidence to support this thesis.