"There have been no updates that we’ve issued in terms of a travel alert," Kirby stated. "I’m not aware of any intention to do so right now, but we’re going to obviously follow the investigation as closely as we can, and if we feel there’s a need in the future, we’ll certainly do that. But, I’m not aware of any intention to do so right now."
Moreover, The United States is currently not assisting with investigation into the crash of the EgyptAir flight MS804, however, is prepared to do so, US State Department spokesperson John Kirby said in a press briefing on Thursday.
“As for investigative help, I am not aware of any specific investigative help that is being provided. We have made it very clear that the United States stands willing to do that, but I am not aware of any specific investigative help right now,” Kirby stated.
The spokesperson continued, “I am not, honestly, aware of any specific requests for investigative assistance by Egyptian authorities.”
Conserning some analysis of what has happened, the State Department spokesaman said that it was too early to make conclusions about the cause of the EgyptAir plane crash in the Mediterranean Sea.
"It’s just too soon to know," Kirby stated, when asked whether the United States believes the crash was as a result of terrorist attack or an accident.
EgyptAir Flight MS804 departed from Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris at 23:09 GMT. The aircraft was heading for Cairo International Airport. According to the airline, there were a total of 66 people on board the plane, including 56 passengers.