"The Commission of Inquiry… continues to explore the wreckage of the plane in Cairo airport and to date, it has not received any results that would indicate the cause of the accident," the sources told the El Balad broadcaster.
According to the sources, the most likely reasons behind the crash was the destruction in the tail section.
Earlier this week, Russian media reported that the A321 Commission on Inquiry had reportedly determined the exact place where the bomb was placed. According to the cited experts, the terrorists mined the oversized baggage in the rear of the aircraft, hiding the explosive device between baby carriages and wicker furniture, traditionally being brought from Sharm el-Sheikh by tourists. The last lead to the separation of the tail, and, as a result, to plane's transition to uncontrolled dive.