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A statement said "several main locations of the wreckage" had been identified. There were 66 people on board the Airbus A320 when it crashed on 19 May while flying from Paris to Cairo. It vanished from Greek and Egyptian radar screens, apparently without having sent a distress call. The Egyptian investigation committee said that investigators on board a search vessel in the area would now draw up a map of the wreckage distribution spots
originally posted by: NightFlight
a reply to: gortex
Several locations??! Perhaps it was bombed.
However these proposals have not been implemented because they have certain drawbacks. For example, the proposal for the ejection of the black box prior to the crash using ejection mechanisms using explosive means raises security concerns.
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
a reply to: khnum
'Jettison on impact'? How is something going to jettison when it impacts the water at 600mph?
Maybe you can devise a device, patent it and sell it to Boeing and Airbus.