EgyptAir flight MS804 from Paris to Cairo disappears from radar

An EgyptAir flight from Paris to Cairo has disappeared from radar with 66 people on board, the airline says. The Airbus A320 went missing over the eastern Mediterranean, soon after entering Egyptian airspace. The Egyptian military has denied a report from EgyptAir that a distress signal was sent by the plane. There were 56 passengers - including three children - seven crew members and three security personnel on board Flight MS804, the airline said We now know a bit more about some of the crew members on board flight MS804.The captain has been named as Mohamed Said Shoukair. EgyptAir said he was an experienced pilot, having clocked up 6,275 flying hours, including 2,101 on the A320.His co-pilot and first officer has been named as Mohamed Mamdouh Ahmed Assem. He had 2,766 flying hours.The head flight attendant has been named as Mirvat Zaharia Zaki Mohamed. Assem’s personal Facebook page has become a commemorative page, with tributes from friends and relatives

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