The black boxes of Ethiopia Airlines crash will be handled by French air accident investigations agency BEA. Photo\/AFP\n\n\n\nEthiopian Airlines said Thursday that the black boxes on the Boeing 737 MAX 8 crashed in Ethiopia had been sent to France for analysis.\n\n\n\nThe Flight Data Recorder (FDR) and Voice Recorder Cockpit (CVR) have flown to Paris for investigation from an Ethiopian delegation headed by the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB). - the airline said in a statement \n\n\n\nEthiopia said on Wednesday that it would send the FDR and the CVR to France because the country in Eastern Africa lacks the facilities to analyze the cause of the fatal disaster.\n\n\n\nThe devices from the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft manufactured in the United States will be tested by the BEA air accident investigation office in France.\n\n\n\nAnalysts supported the decision to send black boxes to France by Africa's biggest airline - Ethiopian airline.\n\n\n\nThe sending of data recorders to the US means that in its own case a party with an interest in itself is a judge. Awo Allo, a lecturer in law at Keele University in the UK. \n\n\n\nBoeing is more than a US - based company, and Ethiopia can not reasonably expect a sensible result from the investigation on the Ethiopian airlines crash Awo added \n\n\n\nFlight ET 302 to Nairobi crashed six minutes after its departure approximately 50 km outside of the Ethiopian capital. \n\n\n\nThe Ethiopian airlines crash killed all 157 people, 149 passengers and 8 crew member.