EgyptAir flight MS804 crashed into the Mediterranean Sea about 280 kms from the Egyptian seacoast on May 19, with 56 passengers and 10 cabin crew on board.
Data from one of the black boxes of the crashed EgyptAir plane indicated that smoke was detected aboard the aircraft, while wreckage showed "signs of high temperature damage and soot", an Egyptian probe committee trying to determine the cause of the tragedy has said.
French authorities opened a manslaughter inquiry on Monday into the May crash of an EgyptAir plane that killed 66 people, saying there is no evidence so far to link it to terrorism.
A French ship has picked up signals presumed to be from black boxes of the EgyptAir plane that crashed last month, Egypt said
Egypt has mobilised a robot submarine in the hunt for the black box of the EgyptAir plane that had crashed over the Mediterranean, with 66 people aboard
No one can second guess what happened to EgyptAir Flight 804 but an A320 does not stop flying mid-air unless someone interferes with the crew or controls.
Smoke alerts were triggered inside the cabin of the ill-fated EgyptAir jet minutes before it plunged into the Mediterranean Sea with 66 people on board..
As confirmed by the airline on Twitter, an EgyptAir flight from Paris to Cairo went off the radar on Thursday morning. The flight had 59 passengers and 10 crew members aboard