MS804: First Pictures of EgyptAir Debris Released
First pictures of items found during the search in the Mediterranean Sea for missing Egypt Air flight MS804 have been released by the Egyptian Armed Forces.
Photos show life vests, parts of seats and objects clearly marked EgyptAir.
The Airbus A320 was en route from Paris to Cairo with 66 people aboard when it vanished from radar early on May 19.
Investigators have confirmed smoke was detected in various parts of the cabin three minutes before it disappeared, but say the cause is still not known.
Speaking on May 21 after meeting relatives of victims, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said “all theories are being examined and none is favored”.
The search has also reportedly found body parts and luggage.
The main body of the plane and the two “black boxes” which show flight data and cockpit transmissions have not yet been located.
While no bodies have been recovered, memorials have been taking place for the victims.
A service was held in a Cairo church on May 21 for air hostess Yara Hani, who was aboard the doomed plane.