Egyptian air crash

Egyptian air crash

Swiss ban on Red Sea crash airline

THE Egyptian charter airline whose Boeing 737 crashed into the Red Sea, killing 148 people, has been banned from flying over Swiss airspace since October 2002 due to safety concerns, an official said yesterday.

Crash firm's planes 'failed safety checks'

AN EGYPTIAN charter company whose plane crashed into the Red Sea on Saturday, killing scores of French holidaymakers, was banned from flying to Switzerland because of serious safety concerns over one of its aircraft, it emerged yesterday.

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Families of plane crash victims gather in Paris

GRIEF-stricken relatives of some of the 133 French tourists killed in a plane crash off the Egyptian coast gathered at Paris’s main airport yesterday, where their loved ones should have been returning after a New Year beach holiday in the sun.

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