Wednesday, May 18, 2016

 

EgyptAir Flight MS804 Disappears From Radar With 66 Onboard

#EgyptAir: Missing flight's pilot has 6000+ hrs flying time; "manufacturing date" of plane, an Airbus A320, is 2003.

#EgyptAir: 56 passengers on board , including 1 child and 2 infants, plus 7 crew members and 3 security personnel.

EgyptAir now says 66 people were on board missing Flight MS804, 56 passengers and 10 crew.

#EgyptAir is offering telephone number for relatives of passengers to call: +202 25989320.

An EgyptAir flight en route to Cairo from Paris disappeared from radar shortly after entering Egyptian airpsace, the airline said in a series of tweets Wednesday night.

According to the airline, 56 passengers, 3 EgyptAir security personnel and 7 crew members were onboard the aircraft, an Airbus A320. Of the 56 passengers, there was one child and two infants, the airline said.

EgyptAir flight 804 left Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport at 11:09 p.m. It lost contact with the radar tracking system at 2:45 a.m. at 37,000 feet, after entering Egyptian airspace. (Both France and Egypt are in the same time zone.)

Rescue teams have been deployed, the airline said.

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