BREAKING EgyptAir flight MS804 missing

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The plane took off from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport at 11.09pm and went missing at 2.45am on route to Cairo International.

Several theories as to what could have happened to missing EgyptAir jet MS804, 20  minutes before landing in Cairo,  are already emerging as the search continues. The aircraft was about to enter Egyptian airspace when it disappeared with 66 passengers and 10 crew on board.

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 provided free contact numbers for families concerned for relatives. From outside of Egypt, anyone concerned should call+ 202 25989320
Air traffic controllers were in contact with the pilot of the EgyptAir flight as it passed through Greek airspace according to the director of Greece’s Civil Aviation Authority.

Konstantinos Lintzerakos said the aircraft was at 37,000 feet, traveling at 519 mph, and did not report any problems, reports the  Independent.

Speaking to Antenna TV, he said controllers tried to make contact with him 10 miles before the flight exited the Greek Flight Information Range (FIR) but received no response until the plane disappeared from the radar.

 

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