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EgyptAir: Wreckage, Blackboxes located by “John Lethbridge”

EgyptAir: Wreckage, Blackboxes located by “John Lethbridge”

The Egyptair Airbus A320 known as flight MS-804 that departed May 18th from Charles de Gaulle airport and disappeared over the Mediterranean in Egyptian airspace apparently has been found. Jun 15th 2016 Egypt’s Civil Aviation Authority reported that the “John Lethbridge” identified A320 wreckage locations. Currently the area in question is being mapped, part of the planning process of wreckage recovery.

Fifty-six passengers and ten crew died in the wreckage.

* Update: Black boxes both recovered.

Egypt’s announcement:11

Egypt’s announcement:10

Egypt’s announcement:9

Egypt’s announcement:8

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