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Search and rescue missions from Greece, Egypt and France are currently underway in the eastern Mediterranean near the Greek island of Karpathos in efforts to locate an EgyptAir plane that went missing half an hour before its scheduled arrival in Cairo early Thursday.
Egypt’s navy said on Friday that they had found wreckage and passenger possessions in the Mediterranean from the EgyptAir flight that disappeared from radars half an hour before its scheduled landing in Cairo on Thursday.
Investigative units including robot submarines are trying to find the two black boxes of EgyptAir Flight MS804, which disappeared from radars half an hour before its scheduled landing in Cairo last week killing 66 people on board.
Wreckage of EgyptAir Flight MS804 which disappeared from radars half an hour before its scheduled landing in Cairo last month killing 66 people on board seems to have been identified in the Mediterranean Sea by a survey vessel.
Boosting the frequency of its flights, running the Santorini route all year round, establishing a direct Cairo-Thessaloniki itinerary and including Mykonos in its transportation plans are among the priorities set for 2017 by Egyptair.
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