Region: Paris, France
NOTAM: *Hello everyone. This time Velder Airways is remembering one of the worst plane crashes last year (2016) Here is the story…
Some info on the aircraft:
Airline: Egypt Air
Egypt Air flight 804 was a flight that operated from Paris Charles De Gualle airport to Cairo int’l airport. At 0:33 UTC time it crashed into the Mediterranean Sea. No Mayday Call was ever received by air traffic control, although signals that smoke had been detected in one of the aircrafts lavatories and in the avionics bay were automatically transmitted via ACARS shortly before the aircraft disappeared from radar. The last communications from the aircraft prior to its submersion were two transmissions from its emergency local transmitter that were received by the International Cospas-Saratt Programme. The cause of the disaster is still under investigation.
There were 66 people on board: 56 passengers, 7 aircrew, and 3 security personnel. No survivors were found. Debris from the aircraft was found in the Mediterranean Sea approximately 290 Km (180 mi) north of Alexandria Mearly four weeks after the crash, several main sections of wreckage were identified on the seabed, and both flight data and recorder data indicated that smoke in the aircraft, and that soot plus damage from high temperatures was found on some of the wreckage from the front section of the aircraft.
(I got the information from here) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/EgyptAir_Flight_804
Here is what we are going to do, We will takeoff from RWY 27L at Paris Charles De Gaulle airport, go around half of the region and land at RWY 27R also at Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport.
Livery: Egypt Air
Cruising Altitude: 13,500 FT
Cruising speed: 335 KTS