Thursday, 19 May 2016

EgyptAir flight MS804 crash today 19-05-2016, wreckage found after plane vanishes with 66 on board: LIVE UPDATE

EgyptAir flight has reported missing today leaving some of it passenger dead, for now the plane has not been find. According to Mirro Uk report, US has gone for the search of the plane, Here is the news i got from Mirror Uk

  • EgyptAir flight MS804 with 66 people on board including one Brit crashed according Egyptian aviation officials
  • But EgyptAir say reason for disappearance hasn’t been yet confirmed
  • Jean-Paul Troadec, the former chief of France’s air accident investigation unit, the BEA, said the disappearance suggested a "brutal event" and was “almost certainly” caused by “an attack
  • The plane took off from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport at 11.09pm and went missing at 2.45am on route to Cairo International
  • The Greek Merchant Navy has reported seeing a "flame in the sky" in the south Mediterranean
  • The airline has also provided free contact numbers for families concerned for relatives. From outside of Egypt, anyone concerned should call+ 202 25989320

Kuwait names passenger missing with aircraft

The Kuwait Foreign Ministry has named their national who was among the 66 people on board the missing plane.
A ministry statement released this afternoon by the state-run news agency said the man was called Abdulmohsen al-Muteiri.
The statement, from assistant foreign minister for consular affairs Sami al-Hamad, offered no other details but said Kuwait had been in touch with Egyptian authorities over the crash.

RexA relative of people on the missing EgyptAir flight MS804
Relatives of people on the missing EgyptAir flight MS804
Relatives of those on board an EgyptAir plane which dropped off radar screens gathered near Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport to be briefed by officials.
Inside a hotel, they met French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault and Transport Minister Alain Vidalies and system.scripts.
The plane was flying from Paris to Cairo.
Life jackets have been found in the south Mediterranean, Greek defence sources said.

Crash is final nail in coffin for Egypt's tourism industry'

Egypt has been working extremely hard to demonstrate the country is safe to visit for Western holidaymakers - but it appears today’s crash shows it is clearly not, says the Mirror’s Nigel Thompson.
He writes:
Obviously we do not know the exact cause of the disappearance ofEgyptAir flight MS804 over the Med, but sadly the early signs do all point to an act of terror.
Planes are extremely complex machines and of course they do sometimes crash .
But it’s extremely rare that they do, and it’s mostly during take-off and landing and often down to mechanical failure, adverse weather and pilot error.
Only around 10 per cent of aviation accidents are in what is termed the ‘cruise’ stage, when the plane is basically flying itself on autopilot at a cruising altitude of typically 35,000ft to 40,000ft with the flight deck crew monitoring progress and ready to intervene immediately if there’s an issue.

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