Egypt’s military announced Friday that it found wreckage from the Egypt Air Flight MS804 that crashed into the Mediterranean Sea

Search teams combing areas where the Aircraft was last seen on radar before disappearance have recovered a body part, two seats and some personal belongings of passengers about 290 kilometers (180 miles) north of the city of Alexandria says the Egyptian Military

The Aircraft swerved sharply twice before plunging 22,00 feet and then disappearing from radar according to the Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos

The pilot had not indicated any problem in his last communication and the flight had not deviated from its course before the sudden disappearance, Greek civil aviation chief Constantinos Litzerakos said

Egypt’s aviation minister on Thursday said a “terrorist attack” was a more likely the cause than a technical failure for Flight MS804 sudden disappearance from radar screens

The latest air disaster coming on the heels of ISIS Jihadist group claim of responsibility for the last October bombing of a Russian passenger jetliner flying home 225 leisure tourists from the Egyptian resort of Sharm El-Sheikh is heightening concerns about Aviation security in Egypt.

Most foreign governments last October in response to the ISIS bombing of a Russian jetliner issued travel warnings for Egypt and demanded for a review of security protocols at its airports following revelation that a bomb concealed in a soda can and smuggled into the hold of the Russian jetliner while on ground Egypt was responsible for the crash.

Flight MS804 had 30 Egyptians. 15 French, 2 Iraqis and 1 national each from Algeria, Belgium, Chad, Portugal, Saudi Arabia and Sudan, a boy and two babies including seven crew and three security personnel on board.