Mapped remaining bodies of the EgyptAir plane 'Flight MS804' that crashed into the Mediterranean on May has finally been recovered by a search vessel John Lethbridge belonging to Mauritius-based Deep Ocean Search. The search for the bodies of the victims of the EgyptAir Flight MS804 has been going on since the incident.
The EgyptAir Flight MS804 crashed on Thursday 19 May with 66 passengers and crew on board. During the body recovery process the Egyptian and French forensic doctors were on board of the search vessel to oversee the procedure.
The bodies were found at a depth of around 9,800 feet in and around the plane. The flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recording also have been recovered.
Egyptian Aircraft Accident Investigation Committee said the vessel will return to the crash location after delivering the remains in Alexandria "to checked for any more human remains"
According to Reuters no explanation for the disaster has been ruled out. But current and former aviation officials increasingly believe the reason lies in the aircraft's technical systems, rather than sabotage.