Black box recovered from air crash in Birmingham

British Air Accident Investigators have recovered the second black box from the private jet which crashed at Birmingham International Airport yesterday.

British Air Accident Investigators have recovered the second black box from the private jet which crashed at Birmingham International Airport yesterday.

Five people on board, all of whom were American, died when the Challenger Jet burst into flames just seconds after leaving the runway.

The President and CEO of American farm machinery giant AGCO, which owns Massey Ferguson, and the company’s Senior Vice President are among the dead.

The airport remains closed this morning, however some reports suggest it could be opened later today.

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