Egypt deploys submarine to locate EgyptAir plane

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President of Egypt (C) Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi said that the investigations about the missing plance “could take a long time but no one can hide these things. As soon as the results are out people will be informed.”

The submarine will search for the remains of the plane to find the black boxes necessary to understand why the plane crashed causing the death of 66 people


Egyptian authorities deployed a submarine to locate the remains of the Airbus A320 which crashed on May 19, in the Mediterranean Sea somewhere between Greece and Egypt.

According to Egyptian TV, President of Egypt Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi announced on Sunday that a submarine “that can reach 3,000 meters under water,” moved on May 22 in the direction of the plane crash site as the Egyptian authorities “are working hard to salvage the black boxes.”

The recovery of the black boxes is essential as...


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