France’s aircraft accident investigation unit, BEA, has voiced its differences with Egyptian authorities over the May 2016 crash of an EgyptAir Airbus A320 over the Mediterranean Sea. All 66 people on board the Paris-Cairo flight died in the incident. The BEA said the classification of the incident by Egyptian authorities as a crime means the accident investigation has effectively come to a halt. The Egyptian authorities opened an accident investigation into the crash, with the BEA ...

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