An Egyptair Airbus A320-200, registration SU-GCC performing flight MS-804 (dep May 18th) from Paris Charles de Gaulle (France) to Cairo (Egypt) with 56 passengers and 10 crew, was enroute at FL370 over the Mediterranan Sea about 130nm north of Alexandria (Egypt) and about 210nm northnorthwest of Cairo when the transponder signals of the aircraft ceased at 02:33L (00:33Z). The aircraft was located crashed in the Mediterranean Sea, there were no survivors.
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“There was a fire on board,” aviation expert Tim van Beveren told DW. “The system sent very clear messages. There was lavatory smoke detected. A minute later, avionics compartment smoke detected…Two minutes later, the flight control units are failing.”
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