NTSB Release Photos of Transair Boeing 737-200 That Crashed Off Coast of Honolulu

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LONDON – The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released photographs of the Transair Boeing 737-200 that crashed off the coast of Honolulu, Hawaii on July 2.

Transair Flight 810 was found around two miles offshore from Ewa Beach, according to a Reuters report.

The NTSB added that the wreckage is too deep to deeply divers for recovery of the important flight data and cockpit voice recorders, with teams now coming up with a plan to salvage it.

N810TA is a 46 year old Boeing 737-200 that was delivered to Pacific Western Airlines in October 1975.

The aircraft made its way through several airlines including Canadian Airlines International, Canair, Royal Aviation Express, and Transmile Air Services before being delivered to Transair in July 2014.

Flight 810 reported engine issues shortly after take-off, with the flight crew successfully rescued from the aircraft.

This is a developing story.

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