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EgyptAir accident. "The aircraft didn't have to take off"

It emerged during a further investigation by the French Ministry of Justice

According to a report by experts from the French Ministry of Justice, the Airbus A-320/200 -registration SU-GCC- of EgyptAir crashed on May 19, 2016 during the Paris-Cairo flight should not have taken off, because the fire occurred on board that caused the accident was provoked by lack of maintenance. There are many question marks and conflicting visions of the accident, also because Egypt has always...

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