The first flight recorder had been found shortly after the plane crashed last week.
The second flight recorder of the Germanwings Flight 4U 9525which crashed in the French Alps has been found, BBC reports.
The first flight recorder had been found shortly after the plane crashed, at the crash site last week and it revealed that co-pilot, Andrea Lubitz had infact deliberately crashed the plane.
Investigators had also yesterday debunked claims that a video recording of the crash had been found. Also yesterday, the CEOs of Lufthansa, the parent company of Germanwings issued an apology for the lives that were lost in the crash.
The crashed Germanwings flight had 150 people on board and had been travelling from Barcelona to Duesseldorf before its fatal descent in the French Alps.