An EgyptAir Airbus A320 disappeared over the Mediterranean Sea early May 19, near the end of a scheduled flight from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Cairo. According to EgyptAir, flight MS804 was carrying 66 people, among them 56 passengers, seven crew and three airline security personnel. In a statement, EgyptAir said flight number MS804 lost radar contact at about 0230 local time. It was above the Mediterranean Sea, 280 km (174 miles) from the Egyptian coast. The flight was ...

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