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originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: bucsarg
Very possible. Not many airlines teach upset training to their crews, although that's increasing as time goes on. If they felt they had to make a hard turn to try to avoid something, they could have lost control accidentally.
originally posted by: MEDIKATED
Yep and every sensible person can probably guess who is responsible for it. Im not going to say because we aren't allowed to say MUSLIM.
originally posted by: WeSbO
a reply to: jappee
A flight number is a route Number, so MS804 is paris - Cairo, not always the same plane though. Now it will change to something like MS805 or MS8041 depending on what route numbers are availble.
I believe the numbers to be coincidental, but choosing a Flight number would actually be very easy if you wanted it to match a set number of days.
Hey I was just responding to your comment, if you thought this was off topic you shouldn't have made any comments about numbers... Like you I responded to someone because I wanted to add my input
Ken Dilanian ✔
Scoop: NBC News reporting that US intel sees evidence of explosion on Egypt Air MS804 10:31 AM - 19 May 2016
Dilanian added that the evidence involves satellite data, including images.
Wreckage is not from aircraft, Greek aviation official says Posted at 12:18 Some confusion continues over the wreckage that has been found in the Mediterranean. Earlier, EgyptAir said the debris was confirmed to be from flight MS804. But now, the head of the Greek air safety authority, Athanassios Binos, has told state ERT TV that the wreckage "does not come from a plane".
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: bucsarg
Hillary Clinton also mentioned in an interview that at this point, "we think it's terrorism" THANKS FOR NOTHING HILLARY, YOU SUCK