29 March 2016, EgyptAir Flight 181 hijack

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29 March 2016, EgyptAir Flight 181 hijack

Postby Seneca on May 23rd, 2016, 9:46 am

On 29 March 2016, EgyptAir Flight 181 (MS181, MSR181),[a] a domestic passenger flight from Borg El Arab Airport in Alexandria, Egypt, to Cairo International Airport, was hijacked by an Egyptian man, forcing it to divert to Larnaca International Airport in Cyprus. Shortly after landing, most passengers and crew were released by the hijacker. The hijacker, who wore what he claimed was an explosive belt, surrendered about seven hours later, and everybody escaped from the aircraft unharmed. The belt was later revealed to have contained mobile phones and no explosives. The aircraft involved in the incident was an EgyptAir Airbus A320-200.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EgyptAir_Flight_181

So it was a story about a fake terrorist.

This psyop probably doesn't deserve its own topic but I would like to point out some links with other psyops: the Brussels Airport and Metro attack March 22 2016 and the disappearence of EgyptAir Flight 804 on May 19 2016.

It happened exactly one week after the Brussels Airport and Metro attack.
The plane involved was from the same airline as the Egyptair Flight 804 psyop, had the same number of passengers (56, not a full plane) and was of the same aircraft type (Airbus A320-233)

In every case
-Security at the airport that played the most important role was handled by ICTS: Brussels airport, Larnaca airport (Cyprus), Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris
-There is a link with either Paris or Egypt or both.
-A picture posted in the social media involving an air hostess is picked up by the MSM, see here and here and in my following post.
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Re: 29 March 2016, EgyptAir Flight 181 hijack

Postby Seneca on May 23rd, 2016, 9:53 am

You can read about the silly story of the taking of a "selfie" here: Watch Brit EgyptAir hostage Ben Innes take 'selfie' with plane 'hijacker' encouraged by air hostess

Mum Pauline Innes defended her son and argued that he didn't take the picture himself.

She said: "All we can say is that the picture is clearly not a selfie as everyone has been describing it.

"You can clearly see that it is not Ben who is taking the picture. He’s in it but he’s not taking it."


It gets even worse: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3516065/Taking-place-history-amazing-hijack-selfie-internet-users-hilariously-Photoshop-Briton-Ben-Innes-key-moments-past-century.html
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Re: 29 March 2016, EgyptAir Flight 181 hijack

Postby Seneca on May 23rd, 2016, 10:30 am

I have spent some time calculating if if a plane traveling from Alexandria to Cairo would have had enough fuel on board to travel to Cyprus. The distance between Alexandria and Cairo is 198km (123 miles). The distance between Alexandria and Larnaca is 586 km (364 miles). Apparently because of safety regulations they would have carried more than enough fuel for the extra distance.
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