Egyptair Flight 990 NPR's Mary Ann Akers reports federal investigators conclude the co-pilot of EgyptAir Flight 990 intentionally killed himself and everyone else on board. The plane nose-dived into the Atlantic Ocean off Nantucket, Mass., on Oct. 31, 1999. The Egyptian government is appealing the findings.
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NPR's Mary Ann Akers reports federal investigators conclude the co-pilot of EgyptAir Flight 990 intentionally killed himself and everyone else on board. The plane nose-dived into the Atlantic Ocean off Nantucket, Mass., on Oct. 31, 1999. The Egyptian government is appealing the findings.