Papua New Guinea investigators and working with Micronesian counterparts to probe last Friday's crash landing of an Air Niugini flight.
A 737 airplane belonging to PNG's national carrier was trying to land at Weno airport in Chuuk in the Federated States of Micronesia when it ended up in a nearby lagoon.
Air Niugini said that none of the 35 passengers or 12 crew aboard PX73 died, although several were seriously injured.
FSM is leading the investigation, and according to PNG's Civil aviation Minister Alfred Manase, a Micronesian investigator will accompany the plane's recorders to Port Moresby.
He spoke to Johnny Blades.