EgyptAir Flight 804: Wreckage, Cockpit Voice Recorder Found

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Still pictures show parts and some of the passengers belongings of the missing Egyptair that have been recovered from the Mediterranean sea.

Still pictures show parts and some of the passengers belongings of the missing Egyptair that have been recovered from the Mediterranean sea.

EGYPT — The Egyptian government says it has found wreckage of EgyptAir Flight 804, which crashed into the Mediterranean Sea last month.

The cockpit voice recorder has been found damaged said Thursday. The black boxes will be brought to Egypt, a civil aviation ministry official told CNN. That’s standard procedure, the official said, similar to what happened in November with the recorders from Metrojet Flight 9268, which crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula.

Data recorders have been fixtures on commercial flights around the world for decades.

Images taken of the wreckage were provided to an Egyptian investigative committee, the Civil Aviation Ministry said Wednesday.

Wreckage was found in several places. The ministry did not specify the size or the location of the parts that were found.

The Airbus A320, which had 66 people aboard, crashed in the Mediterranean on May 19 on a flight from Paris to Cairo.