The Airbus A320 plunged into the Mediterranean en route from Paris to Cairo in May.
Prior data had indicated smoke in the aircraft before it plunged into the Mediterranean.
Investigators leaning toward technical failures, rather than sabotage, as the reason for the crash in the Mediterranean.
A recording shows signs of heat and smoke on board the plane that crashed into the Mediterranean last month.
The repairs open the door to clues that may answer why the plane crashed into the Mediterranean.
The boxes will eventually be returned to Egypt for analysis that investigators hope will unravel the crash cause.
Damaged recorders are crucial to determining what went wrong on flight MS804.
A deep sea search vessel has sent back the first images of debris.
The search is a race against time, as black boxes stop emitting signals after one month.
Investigators continue to search for clues as to why the aircraft crashed in the Mediterranean Sea.
Even before the EgyptAir tragedy, the bombing of Metrojet Flight 9268 raised chilling doubts about the people who prepare commercial airliners for flight.
Egyptian forensics official says human remains so small "there isn't even a whole body part."
Hamad el Kaddah opens up about the loss of his friends and colleagues in last week's crash.
Black box recorders still missing from plane that plunged into Mediterranean with 66 on board.
Authorities stress that no possibility is being ruled out as they probe what took down Paris-to-Cairo flight with 66 on board.
The search operation found personal belongings of passengers 180 miles off the Egyptian coast.
Ian Phillips is philosophical about his near miss and offers his sympathies to those who lost loved ones.
Aviation experts tell Newsweek about the impeccable safety record of the Airbus A320.
The country's fragile economy was slowly returning to growth but this is potentially a major blow.
Air accident investigators say a malfunction on the Airbus aircraft is unlikely.