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Signals Narrow Search For Missing EgyptAir Flight

Airbus has detected signals from the EgyptAir plane that crashed into the Mediterranean Sea last week, narrowing down the search area for the missing aircraft, CNN reports.EgyptAir Flight 804 from Paris to Cairo, an Airbus A320 carrying 66 passengers and crew, vanished from air-traffic-control screens at about 3:30 a.m. local ... More »

Airbus A320 Crew Tried to Land on Road Instead of Runway By Mistake

Indian low cost carrier IndiGo is the largest airline in that country, carrying more passengers than Air India or Jet Airways. Their all-Airbus A320 fleet serves 40 destinations with over 600 daily flights. Back in February the pilots...Show More Summary

EgyptAir Flight MS804 ‘Did Not Swerve’ Before Crash

EgyptAir flight MS804 did not make abrupt turns before disappearing and crashing as previously suggested, an Egyptian official said on Monday. The Airbus A320 was traveling from Paris to Cairo last Thursday when it crashed with 66 passengers and crew on board. Show More Summary

Did a UFO Bring Down EgyptAir Flight MS804?

I haven't posted about the tragedy of EgyptAir flight MS804 -- an Airbus A320 with 66 people onboard from Paris to Cairo last week -- that disappeared shortly before scheduled arrival. Items from the wreckage are being recovered, but the fuselage and cockpit voice and data recorders haven't yet been found. Show More Summary

What we know about the crash of EgyptAir Flight 804

The Egyptian military has located wreckage from EgyptAir Flight 804 about 180 miles north of the coastal city of Alexandria, Egypt. The Airbus A320 aircraft vanished from radar screens early Thursday while carrying 66 people from Paris to Cairo. Here is what we know so far: What has been found...

Terrorism suspected in crash of Egyptian plane; 66 missing

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An EgyptAir jetliner en route from Paris to Cairo with 66 people aboard swerved wildly in flight and crashed in the Mediterranean Sea early Thursday, authorities said. EgyptAir Flight 804, an Airbus A320 with 56 passengers and 10 crew...Show More Summary

Egypt Military: EgyptAir Plane Debris Discovered 180 Miles North Of Alexandria

EgyptAir Flight MS804 was flying from Paris to Cairo and vanished from radar with 66 people on board. The Airbus A320 crashed into the Mediterranean Sea but the cause is unclear. One child and two infants were among the 30 Egyptians,...Show More Summary

EgyptAir Plane Carrying 66 Crashes Into Mediterranean Sea

An EgyptAir Airbus A320 with 66 people on board has disappeared from radar above Egyptian airspace yesterday, somewhere over the eastern Mediterranean. More »      

The Latest On EgyptAir’s Plane Crash

A southbound EgyptAir Airbus A320 plane went missing this morning. 66 people were on board.

Here's What We Know So Far About EgyptAir Flight MS804

EgyptAir Flight MS804 disappeared from radar early Thursday morning en route from Paris to Cairo, with 66 people on board. The Airbus A320, manufactured in 2003, was last recorded over the Mediterranean Sea, southeast of Greece: Here's a timeline of what we know so far: Wednesday, 11:09 p.m. Show More Summary

EgyptAir Flight 804 Crashed: Bomb ‘Likely’ The Cause Of Downed Plane [Update]

EgyptAir flight 804 has crashed near the Greek island of Karpathos after disappearing from radar on its way from Paris, France, to Cairo, Egypt, in the overnight hours. According to CNN, the Airbus A320 was carrying 66 people (inclusive of passengers and crew members). Show More Summary

EgyptAir Flight MS804: Airbus A320 Aircraft ‘Don’t Just Crash’

Since entering service in 1988, only 12 of the 98 million flights undertaken by the Airbus A320 aircraft have resulted in fatal accidents. Of those dozen crashes, the majority are attributed to either pilot error or acts of terrorism. It...Show More Summary

Signs Point to a Catastrophic Event in the EgyptAir Disappearance

At approximately 3:30 a.m. this morning local time in Greece — or 8:40 p.m. yesterday Eastern time — EgyptAir flight 804 vanished from air-traffic control screens over the Mediterranean Sea. The plane, an Airbus A320 short-haul jet carrying 66 passengers and crew, was three and a half hours into a ... More »

Egyptair Crash: AirbusA320 is Workhorse of the Skies

The model used by EgyptAir is generally considered one of the safest passenger planes in service

EgyptAir Airbus A320 Disappears From Radar Over Mediterranean; 66 Souls On Board

EgyptAir Flight 804, an Airbus A320 aircraft with 66 persons on board, disappeared from radar at 37,000 feetover the Mediterranean Sea early this morning with no distress calls from the crew to air traffic control reported. The passengers on board included citizens of 12 countries, including 30 Egyptians, 15 French, two [...]

Uncertainty over EgyptAir jet’s fate as search begins

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Conflicting reports have emerged on the fate of EgyptAir Flight MS804, which disappeared off the radar early Thursday while on its way to Cairo. The Airbus A320 carried 66 people and originated from Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. Egyptian aviation officials told the Associated Press (AP) that...

A pilot told us about the common misconceptions about flying, distress calls, the black box, and auto-pilot

Egyptian officials said that an EgyptAir flight heading from Paris to Cairo crashed Wednesday night after initially going missing for hours. The Airbus A320 was carrying 66 people.  Flight MS804 lost contact with radar at 2:45 a.m. on Thursday, Cairo time (8:45 p.m. Show More Summary

An Airplane Has Disappeared From Radar Above Egyptian Airspace

An EgyptAir Airbus A320 with 66 people on board has disappeared from radar above Egyptian airspace, somewhere above the eastern Mediterranean.T Read more...

French PM Won't Rule Out Any Reasons for EgyptAir Jet's Disappearance

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said that no assumption can be ruled out at this stage on the causes of the disappearance of the Airbus A320 of the EgyptAir airline.

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