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Aerospace

EgyptAir remains point to blast, no explosives traces so far – forensics

Blast possible in downed EgyptAir aircraftHuman remains retrieved from the crashed EgyptAir flight suggest that there was an explosion on board the plane, although no traces of explosives have been detected, an Egyptian forensics official and investigation sources said on Tuesday.
   

Slow response to past crashes could hinder EgyptAir search experts say

Slow response to past crashes could affect EgyptAir investigationTeams searching for the black box flight recorders of a missing EgyptAir jet that crashed with 66 people aboard face technical constraints aviation experts increasingly blame on a slow regulatory response to earlier disasters.
   

EgyptAir jet sent smoke-alarm warnings before crash

An EgyptAir A320.The EgyptAir jet which crashed in the Mediterranean on Thursday sent a series of warnings indicating that smoke had been detected on board, shortly before it disappeared off radar screens, French investigators said on Saturday.
   

Super Lynx notches up first local sea rescue

First sea rescue for SAAF LynxThe versatility of rotary-winged aircraft added to the capabilities of SA Air Force (SAAF) aircrew saw a 22 Squadron Super Lynx maritime helicopter successfully carry out the first sea rescue done by the type in South African service.
   

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