Detection Of Smoke Inside The Cabin Of EgyptAir Flight MS804 Before Crash
On Thursday, EgyptAir Flight MS804 en-route from Paris to Cairo with 66 blessed souls on board crashed into the Mediterranean Sea. During the probe of the crash, investigators have confirmed that smoke was detected inside Egypt Air Flight MS804 A320-200 aircraft before it slammed into the sea.
According to the Aviation Herald, it had received smoke detection alert in A320 toilet via Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) from three independent channels.
France Bureau of Investigation reported that the exact cause of the crash is yet to be known as the debris of the aircraft hasn’t been discovered yet.
The editor of Aviation Security International Magazine, Mr. Philip Baum asserted that the cause of the crash wasn’t a hijack, neither a cockpit struggle but seems to be fire onboard.
The radar showed the Airbus 320 had made two sharp turns and dropped more than 25,000 ft ( 7,620m) before slamming down into the sea.
Now, whole investigation is based on finding of aircraft flight data recorder to probe the exact cause of the crash.
Source: BBC news