Skip to comments."No Problem" Mentioned By Egyptair Pilot In Last Contact: Greek Official
Posted on 05/19/2016 6:25:38 AM PDT by Biggirl
Athens (AFP) The pilot of an EgyptAir flight that vanished over the eastern Mediterranean early Thursday with 66 people on board, had not mentioned a problem in his final contact, the Greek civil aviation said.
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Having flown in and out of Paris multiple times the possibility that the airport has been compromised like this is pretty scary.
If you look at the aircraft in question....it took off from Egypt hours prior....landed in Paris, added fuel and passengers and took off. It’d be fairly easy to assemble some explosive and have the Egypt maintenance crew smuggle it into the cargo hold, and set to a timer or cell-phone.
Yeah? So? Of course there is no problem just the instant before there is a problem. This is news? Get ready for hours and days of useless conjecture from propaga... er, I mean news sources.
Every airport in the world is susceptible until those bass turds are killed.
One of two things: either the pilot did not know what was coming and a bomb or copilot went off. or the pilot had said his prayers and was happy to go wherever he thought he was going
I don’t know why more thought isn’t being put into the possibility of the pilot downing the plan. I don’t think I’ve heard the MSM mention it once this morning.
I don’t fly much anymore, but last year I flew from the West coast to the Northeast and noticed that things have changed in the last ten years.
Why are there so many Mohammedans working in all the airports? They were everywhere; pushing cleaning carts, working in retail, food service, baggage handlers, even security. It was so obvious I am surprised no one has mentioned it.
Because they too are in deep denial
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