The so-called black box from the crashed EgyptAir flight that disappeared over the Mediterranean in May en route from Paris to Cairo has been successfully repaired, officials said. The plane’s recorders, which contain flight data and voice recordings from the flight deck, were given to French officials when they were damaged and recovered from the wreckage. Egyptian investigators had not been able to download their information. The repaired data recorder is to be returned to Cairo for analysis, but the cockpit voice recorder is still being repaired. French authorities have said there is no evidence linking the crash to terrorism, after a preliminary investigation was opened. Agnes Thibault-Lecuivre, a spokeswoman for the prosecutor’s office, has said an inquiry was launched Monday to look into a formal accident investigation.