EGYPT USES SUBMARINE TO SEARCH FOR BLACK BOX OF LOST AIRPLANE

Egypt has mobilized a commercial submarine to initiate the recovery of the black boxes of the Airbus A320 of EgyptAir, that on Thursday crashed into waters of the Mediterranean and caused the death to 66 persons on board.

President Abdel Fatah Al Sisi, revealed that the submersible belonging to the Oil Department, will sail along the area where it is presumed there could be the black boxes (electronic records of flight).

The submarine, he detailed, is capable of working at a depth of three thousand meters.

Al Sisi said these electronic devices. if found, will give information on the real causes of the catastrophe.

At the same time, the President said the Egyptian authorities were working with French experts to find the causes of the tragedy and the findings will eventually be made public.

In the missing plane 30 Egyptian passengers were traveling, French were 15, a British, a Belgian, a Saudi Arabian, a Portuguese, an Algerian, a Sudanese, a Canadian, a Chadian, two Iraqis, and a Kuwaiti.

Of the 10 crew members there were three safety officials.

Source: Nam News Network