Data arising from the air crash investigation into EgyptAir flight MS804 reportedly reveals facts about how the air crash occurred and where the fire that caused the plane crash started. The Egypt Air crash of 2016 investigation reveals that a possible bomb explosion occurred, and a chilling plane crash photo posted by an EgyptAir stewardess on flight MS804 from Paris to Cairo raised concerns and questions for authorities and friends and family of possible Egypt air crash victims. The flight stewardess – one of three feared dead after the EgyptAir plane crashed into the Meditteranean sea – posted a strange and unsettling photo on Facebook, which has resurfaced during the air crash investigation along with investigation data that revealed where the fire started on the doomed flight to Egypt.
The image shows a female flight attendant emerging from the ocean with luggage in hand, with what appears to be a plane crash occurring in the background behind her. Samar Ezz Eldin, the stewardess who posted the chilling plane crash photo, was working aboard flight MS804 when the EgyptAir jet suffered a series of apparent technical faults causing lavatory and cockpit fires. According to The Mirror, the stewardess’s posting of the image’s depiction of an air crash behind an unfazed flight attendant is bizarre and likely to be considered suspicious by investigators, who fear it crashed following a terror attack shortly after entering Egypt air space.
The Egypt Air crash of 2016 is the airline’s most serious and deadly crash since 1999, when an airliner travelling from New York to Egypt crashed after a suspected suicide by the pilot, killing all 217 people on board.
Sky News reports that French air crash investigators have confirmed some details relating to how the fire started, as the public questions the chilling plane crash photo posted by an Egypt Air stewardess aboard flight 804. Reportedly, the fire started in the toilet before extending to the cockpit and control room shortly after the plane entered air space above Egypt.
“Smoke was detected in a toilet close to the cockpit of EgyptAir flight MS804 moments before the aircraft plunged off radar screens,” reports Sky News.“Warning messages about the smoke were sent automatically by the Airbus A320’s computer systems to ground stations on Thursday. The French Bureau of Investigations and Analysis confirmed messages were transmitted shortly after the plane entered Egyptian airspace.”
As air crash investigation data emerges, it reveals a possible bomb explosion occurred to start the string of faults that led very quickly to the airliner plummeting from the air on its way to Egypt. The Telegraph spoke with an experienced pilot on the topic of how the Egypt air crash occurred between Paris and Cairo and how signals transmitted in the moments leading up to the tragedy can be interpreted.
“Firstly, [the signals] indicate that something catastrophic happened to the plane in the air, which would seem to rule out a deliberate crash by the pilots or a hijacking that forced the plane into the sea,” said The Telegraph.
“The pilot… said an ‘internal explosion’ seemed the most likely explanation, based especially on the problems with windows in the cockpit. ‘It looks like the right front and side window were blown out, most probably from inside out,’ he said.”
Emerging data from the Egypt air crash of 2016 investigation reveals facts about how the crash of the flight from Paris to Egypt occurred, including the chilling plane crash photo posted by an EgyptAir stewardess on MS804. Samar Ezz Eldin posted the unnerving photo on Facebook in September of 2014: just two months after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over Ukrainian air space by separatist rebels, killing all passengers and crew.
French officials involved in the Egypt air crash of 2016 investigation have said that it is too early to confirm the exact cause of the crash, but teams from around the world have rallied to join the rescue, recovery and investigation efforts in Egypt by air and sea.
At this point, the Egypt Air crash of 2016 investigation data reveals that the fire started in the toilet before extending to the cockpit and control room, but cannot confirm a possible bomb explosion yet. Concerns and questions are raised by the chilling plane crash photo posted by an EgyptAir stewardess on flight MS804 from Paris to Cairo.
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