- at business.ny.gov >>> here's the latest on the search for egyptianair flight 804. the deputy spokesman of the army general staff confirmed that at this time, there are findings -- findings reported by the egyptian air force taking part in the operation. the areas of these findings is 130 miles south-southeast of karpathos island in the greek mediterranean. it would be the first sign of it since it disappeared from radar more than 13 hours ago. let me bring in nbc meteorologist bill karins on what the weather conditions were like in the mediterranean overnight and now. >> these pieces of the puzzle are starting to come together. let's start with the weather in the flight of the plane. the yellow arrows show you the path it took. the x is generally where it went off the radar. conditions had been clear and are clear. it's now 3:30 in cairo. sunset at 6:44. only three hours left of daylight. if we're starting to get some of those findings, they have three hours to send as many boats and planes in that region and see what's in that region. this is the search area in general that'
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blueapron.com/cook. >>> all right. our breaking news coverage of egyptianaire flig air flight 80 off from paris and believed to have cashed in the mediterranean sea. officials telling cnn the early belief is that it was brought down by some kind of deliberate act, possibly an act of terror. this is based more on circumstances than evidence right now, but that is the current early theory. >> you can see right here with us is les abend, cnn aviation analyst, also a 777 captain which is where we really want to lean on your experience on this. we're on the big floor map and we want to show you guys so we can kind of talk through this as we look at the flight path of where it was -- where it took off, where it was supposed to go. this is -- how busy is this corridor? we assume a very busy corridor. >> it's a busy corridor. this was a scheduled, standard flight. there's a lot of airplanes that go back and forth. a lot of radar coverage, so, yeah, it's a busy corridor with a lot of commercial traffic and boat traffic. >> you look at the floor over there. you see the map. that is the point of last cont
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today. we just got some new information in the investigation into missing egyptianaire flight 804. this coming from greek officials. they tell us now they have found body parts, human remains, as they search for debris in the mediterranean. also two seats, two seats and one other item, what was the one other item they found? also a suitcase. so this is adding to the information we're getting about the debris. they are finding two seats now, a suitcase, as well as human remains. these will be key as they try to piece together what happened to that flight egyptair flight 804 now crashed more than 36 hours ago in the mediterranean. this debris, the initial debris, was found about 180 miles north of alexandria in egypt. as you can see, we have vessels from egypt and greece, many nations now involved in that search that's been going virtually around the clock, and they are finding out more. also, an oil slick found in the mediterranean by the european space agency. their satellites finding some oil there around the site where they believe that that flight went down. this comes as execu
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