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Cigarette in cockpit caused EgyptAir traveler stream to crash, killing all ready, examination finds

The stream had been flying from Paris to Cairo, with the Egyptian specialists guaranteeing psychological warfare had been answerable for the episode which occurred in May 2016 – yet specialists think smoking prompted a fire which caused the deadly accident.

EgyptAir flight MS804 collided with the Mediterranean Sea among Crete and the shore of northern Egypt in May 2016, killing 66 travelers and group.

The Airbus A320 had been flying from Paris to Cairo with the Egyptian specialists guaranteeing psychological oppression had been answerable for the occurrence.

An examination has found that a fire broke out in the cockpit because of the oxygen getting away from the co-pilot’s veil when it is honestly thought smoking was occurring.

The cigarette would have made the oxygen combust.

Three days before the accident, the pilot’s veil was supplanted and its setting left on ‘crisis’ rather than ‘typical’ by an upkeep engineer, making oxygen be transmitted.

Specialists are don’t know why the veil had been left here.

The Italian paper Corriere Della Sera revealed it had seen the 134-page examination archive gathered by French specialists which has been shipped off the Paris Court of Appeal.

As indicated by the report, Egyptian pilots would routinely smoke – only two months sooner, ashtrays in a similar airplane’s cockpit should have been supplanted.

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