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originally posted by: Davg80
the flight went missing at 12:30 or 00:30 GMT with 66 people on board, 12x3= 36 with 66 people missing, im not a big believer of this sh*t, but there does always seem to be some sort of regularity with certain numbers. in things like this. does anyone else agree, 3, 6, 9, 11, does anyone else notice these "coincidences"?
Egyptian military aircraft and navy ships were searching for debris from the plane, which was carrying 56 passengers, including one child and two babies, and 10 crew members. EgyptAir later confirmed the nationalities of those on board as including 15 French passengers, 30 Egyptians, one Briton, two Iraqis, one Kuwaiti, one Saudi, one Sudanese, one Chadian, one Portuguese, one Algerian and one Canadian.
The Greek defence minister has said an EgyptAir plane “suddenly” started veering to the right and left just before it disappeared from radar.
Panos Kammenos said flight MS804 had been cruising at an altitude of 37,000ft when it started rapidly losing altitude.
It made “sudden swerves” first 90 degrees to the right, and then in a full circle in the opposite direction immediately after it entered Egyptian airspace, he added.
There were 56 passengers — including three children — along with seven crew and three "security" personnel on board the Airbus A320, Egyptair said. The airline initially had said a total of 69 people were on board but later revised the figure.
originally posted by: redshoes
a reply to: CassettiWFC
Possibly critical failure in stabilizer control. This could have been from internal failure, pilot error or damage from outside the aircraft. At cruising altitude and at that speed it doesn't take much to alter the trajectory so as to make the aircraft uncontrollable.