A passenger plane of Egyptair Airlines went off radar screens on May 19. The plane is believed to have crashed into the Mediterranean Sea.
There were 56 passengers (including three children) and ten crew members on board Flight MS804.
It should be noted, EgyptAir created an emergency operations center to keep track of information just after the loss of plane. It comprises representatives of all the air services. Search activity is carried out by military pilots of Egypt and Greece.
The air company has already explained on its Twitter that A-320 was made in 2003. It was piloted by an experienced crew. The command pilot clocked up a total of 6,275 hours in the air, the co-pilot had 2,766 flying hours.