French authorities says there is no evidence so far to link fatal crash of Flight MS804 from Paris to Cairo on May 19th to terrorism.
The flight data recorder was found in the tail of the Airbus A320 which crashed en route from Paris to Cairo last month for unknown reasons.
The cockpit voice recorder was damaged but intact and the hunt continues for the other black box that recorded data on the May 19th Paris-Cairo flight.
Investigators have found “several main locations” of debris from the Paris-Cairo flight which disappeared over the eastern Mediterranean last month.
The signal was picked up by a French navy search vessel in the eastern Mediterranean where flight MS804 was lost on May 19th for still unexplained reasons.
France's BEA accident investigation team said that warning signs about smoke in a toilet and elsewhere started 3 minutes before plane vanished.
France is participating in Egypt-led investigation as it is the country where the Airbus 320 was made and 15 people on board were French.
But aviation expert says security breach at Charles de Gaulle airport would be 'completely incredible' as it has the 'highest standards' in world.
Despite earlier claims, no debris from aircraft yet found as major search operation by Egyptian, Greek, French and British military takes place.
Greek TV report of what could be airplane debris spotted in sea near where plane vanished from radar about 174 miles off Egyptian coast.
French president and Egyptian premier say terrorism is possible explanation for sudden crash of plane carrying 66 people over Mediterranean.
Sea search starts as Greek aviation source says plane flying from Paris to Cairo crashed around 130 nautical miles off the island of Karpathos.
Flight MS804, with 30 Egyptians and 15 French nationals on board, vanished from radar screens at 37,000 feet over Mediterranean Sea.