A passenger jet which crash-landed onto the runway of Heathrow Airport will be moved on Sunday morning, accident investigators have announced.
Co-pilot John Coward managed to land the stricken Boeing 777 jet just inside the airport's fence on Thursday.
An initial report by the Air Accident Investigations Branch (AAIB) said the engines failed to respond to demands for increased thrust from the crew.
A more detailed analysis of the flight recorder is taking place.
A spokesman for the AAIB said: "The plane will be moved tomorrow morning between 0800 and 1100.
"It will be moved to the eastern hangars at Heathrow and will remain there for the duration of the investigation."
The AAIB is also looking at "the range of aircraft systems that could influence engine operation".
Earlier Captain Peter Burkill, who had been in overall charge of the plane, said Senior First Officer Coward had done a "most remarkable job" in landing the aircraft.
He also praised all the crew for showing "the highest standards of skill and professionalism".
"Flying is about teamwork and we had an outstanding team on board," he said.
The co-pilot's mother said he had been the right man for the job.
"I would put my life in his hands," said Myrene Coward, from her Wiltshire home.
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