Modern day Flight Data Recorders receive inputs via specific data frames from the flight-data acquisition units. They record significant flight parameters, including the control and actuator positions, engine information and time of day. There are 88 parameters required as a minimum under current U.S. Federal regulations (only 29 parameters were required until 2002). It is proposed to design minimal flight recorder with 5 to 6 parameters like temperature of the engine, engine noise, vibration, position, altitude etc... And transmit the data to the remote server. This data can be sent by wireless technology every 10 seconds and can be modified later on with advanced wireless communication. It is proposed to use GPS device to find out the aircraft position and altitude of the aircraft. Using advanced RISC microcontroller and electronic sensor other parameters mentioned are monitored. Using wireless modem all the data is sent to base station, another PC server with wireless modem. Here data is continuously received every predefined timing and logged into database for future analysis.