Estonian divers were still busy on Monday raising parts of the passenger helicopter that crashed near the Estonian capital Tallinn on Wednesday last week. Meanwhile, the Estonian coast guard has suspended the search for a missing pilot. The bodies of the other 13 people on board have been recovered and identified.
The Estonian-led commission of inquiry into the accident confirmed on Monday that the flight recorder of the helicopter would be sent to Britain for analysis.
The Estonians chose Britain as the place to examine the "black box" in order to be sure of an unbiased assessment. They specifically did not want the recorder to be examined in the United States, where the helicopter was assembled, or in France, where the engine was manufactured.
The wreckage of the helicopter was raised in one piece on Saturday, but the rotor blades were in pieces.