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By Ahmed Aboulenein CAIRO, June 30 – Investigators have downloaded data from one of the black box flight recorders on EgyptAir Flight MS804 and are preparing to analyse it, bringing them closer discovering what caused the jet to crash, Egypt’s investigation committee said on Wednesday. The Airbus A320 plunged into the eastern Mediterranean Sea en
By Omar Fahmy CAIRO, June 17 – A second flight recorder has been retrieved from the crashed EgyptAir flight MS804, containing data from aircraft systems which could shed light on what brought the plane down last month, Egyptian investigators said on Friday. An Egyptian committee investigating the crash in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, which killed
CAIRO, May 26 (Reuters) – Egypt’s air accidents chief said on Thursday that a vessel provided by French company ALSEAMAR, which specialises in marine wreckage searches, will join within hours the hunt for the black boxes from crashed EgyptAir flight MS804. Ayman al-Moqadem said negotiations were also underway to contract a second firm to help
As an international team of investigators scrambles to ascertain the cause of the crash, will we ever learn what happened to the doomed Egyptian airliner? By Sarah El Shaarawi On May 19, tragedy struck over the Mediterranean as EgyptAir’s flight MS804—en route from Paris to Cairo—crashed into deep blue waters without sending any distress signal.
CAIRO, May 22 – Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Sunday that an investigation into the cause of an EgyptAir plane crash could take a long time but the facts would be made public as soon as they were available. In his first public remarks on Thursday’s crash, which killed all 66 people on
By Tim Hepher PARIS, May 21 – An EgyptAir jet sent a series of signals indicating that smoke had been detected on board before it crashed into the Mediterranean on Thursday, France’s air accident investigation agency said on Saturday. A spokesman for the BEA agency said the signals did not indicate what caused the smoke
By Ahmed Aboulenein CAIRO, May 20 – The Egyptian navy said on Friday it had found the personal belongings of passengers and other debris floating in the Mediterranean, confirmation that an EgyptAir jet had plunged into the sea with 66 people on board. The military said it had found the debris about 290 km (180