Flight-recorder



noun
1.
an electronic device aboard an aircraft that automatically records some aspects of the aircraft’s performance in flight.
noun
1.
an electronic device fitted to an aircraft for storing information concerning its performance in flight. It is often used to determine the cause of a crash Also called black box

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