Latest Egypt Air Flight 804 headlines

FILE -- This August 21, 2015 file photo shows an EgyptAir Airbus A320 with the registration SU-GCC taking off from Vienna International Airport, Austria. Egyptians officials say a bomb threat has forced an EgyptAir airliner en route to Beijing from Cairo to make an emergency landing in Uzbekistan, where the aircraft is being searched. (AP Photo/Thomas Ranner, File)

EgyptAir plane resumes flight after bomb threat prompted emergency landing

No bomb was found after the plane and its passengers were searched by explosives experts, the latest in a series of deadly or damaging incidents involving Egypt.

An EgyptAir Airbus A320 took off from Vienna.

Signals picked up from EgyptAir plane’s black box

The development raised hopes the plane’s flight data and cockpit voice recorders, known as the black boxes, could be retrieved.

People light candles during a candlelight vigil for the victims of EgyptAir flight 804, at the Cairo Opera house in Cairo, Egypt May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Beacon from EgyptAir crash detected, search narrows

According to Egyptian security officials, a French ship is carrying equipment that can find flight data and cockpit voice recorders — the so-called ‘‘black boxes.’’

An Egyptian dinghy collected wreckage from the doomed EgyptAir flight 804 last week in the Mediterranean Sea.

Cause of EgyptAir crash remains unknown

Conflicting reports add to speculation about what brought down the Paris-to-Cairo flight.

Relatives of the victims of the missing EgyptAir flight MS804 held an absentee funeral prayer in a mosque near Cairo airport in Egypt on Friday.

EgyptAir flight data show smoke alerts in plane’s last moments

A French judicial official wouldn’t comment on any initial results as investigators continue to probe what caused the Paris-to-Cairo plane to crash.

epa05319509 A screen grab taken from a handout video btained from the Egyptian Defence Ministry shows Egyptian Navy engaged in search operations for missing EgyptAir flight MS804 at sea off the Egyptian coast, north of Alexandria, Egypt, 20 May 2016. The Armed Forces of Egypt announced that the debris of an EgyptAir Airbus A320, which had disappeared early on 19 May 2016, as well as personal belongings of the passengers are floating in the Mediterranean Sea, north of the Egyptian city of Alexandria. The EgyptAir passenger jet had left Paris bound for Cairo with 66 people on board, but crashed into the Mediterranean Sea early for unknown reasons. EPA/EGYPTIAN DEFENCE MINISTRY/HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

What caused EgyptAir plane crash? Experts lay out possible scenarios

Nothing can be ruled out yet, but what’s known about the erratic behavior of the plane before it crashed suggests the cause was human rather than technical.

Egyptians gather outside the arrivals section of Cairo International Airport, Egypt, Thursday, May 19, 2016. An EgyptAir flight from Paris to Cairo carrying 66 people disappeared from radar early Thursday morning, the airline said. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)

The latest on EgyptAir Flight 804

The US Navy said it is sending a P-3 Orion to help in the search for the jetliner.

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What happened to EgyptAir Flight 804?

Here are five graphics that explain what we know about the EgyptAir plane crash.

White House statement on EgyptAir crash

“At this time we do not yet know definitively what caused the disappearance of Flight 804,” White House officials said in a statement.

This August 21, 2015 photo shows an EgyptAir Airbus A320 with the registration SU-GCC taking off from Vienna International Airport, Austria. Egyptian aviation officials said on Thursday May 19, 2016 that an EgyptAir plane with the registration SU-GCC, traveling from Paris to Cairo with 66 passengers and crew on board has crashed off the Greek island of Karpathos. Meanwhile, Egypt's chief prosecutor Nabil Sadek says he has ordered an

EgyptAir flight vanishes, raising the specter of terror attack

There were no signs of survivors on Flight 804, which carried 66 people and veered wildly before crashing in the Mediterranean Sea.

Relatives of passengers on a vanished EgyptAir flight grieve as they leave the in-flight service building where they were held at Cairo International Airport, Egypt, Thursday, May 19, 2016. Egyptian aviation officials say an EgyptAir flight from Paris to Cairo with 66 passengers and crew on board has crashed. The officials say the search is now underway for the debris. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)

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If ISIS brought down EgyptAir plane, what was the motive?

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Radar map: EgyptAir Flight 804

Data from FlightRadar24.com show the plane’s journey before it crashed into the Mediterranean Sea Thursday.

This is a April 2014 image of an EgyptAir Airbus A320 with the registration SU-GCC taking off from Istanbul Atatürk Airport, Turkey. Egyptian aviation officials said on Thursday May 19, 2016 that an EgyptAir flight MS804 with the registration SU-GCC, travelling from Paris to Cairo with 66 passengers and crew on board has crashed. The officials say the search is now underway for the debris. (AP Photo/ Ahmet Akin Diler)

At a glance: Egypt’s plane disasters, incidents

Thursday’s crash of EgyptAir Flight 804 is the third plane incident involving Egypt in eight months.

A relative of one of the victims aboard EgyptAir Flight 804 reacted while making a phone call at Charles de Gaulle Airport outside of Paris Thursday.

Student returning home to mourn mother among EgyptAir passengers

The student, a citizen of Chad, was training at a French military school.

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Early in crash investigation, Trump blames terrorism

The presumptive Republican presidential nominee called the incident “yet another terrorist attack.”

Scenes from the Egypt, hours after EgyptAir Flight 804 went missing over the Mediterranean Sea.