A criminal examination would now start into the crash of the Airbus A320, the common flight service said.
Flight MS804 from Paris to Cairo dove into the ocean on 19 May slaughtering every one of the 66 individuals on load up.
A source near the French examination says they have questions in regards to Egypt’s most recent discoveries.
They told the BBC there had been “challenges” working with the Egyptian powers and that their fundamental concern was to see the remaining parts of the French casualties came back to France.
The plane had been conveying 40 Egyptians, including the 10-part team, and 15 French nationals.
In light of Thursday’s report, France’s outside service said examinations concerning the crash were proceeding. It additionally seemed to insight that it had been avoided at all costs by Egyptian authorities.
“France, similar to it has been from the earliest starting point of this deplorable mischance, stays at the transfer of the applicable Egyptian powers to add to this examination, incorporating with the method for its specialists,” it said on Thursday.
Plane maker Airbus has declined to remark on the Egyptian report.
The Paris prosecutor opened a homicide examination concerning the crash in June.
In September, French daily paper Le Figaro reported that French specialists had discovered follow levels of TNT on trash of the plane, yet had been kept from inspecting it assist.
Egyptian authorities denied impeding French request.
Regardless of both examinations, the reason for the crash has stayed hazy. No pain call was made heretofore however the cockpit voice recorder uncovered the pilots had battled to put out a fire.
Computerized electronic messages conveyed by the plane indicated smoke indicators going off in a latrine and in the flight zone beneath the cockpit, minutes before the plane vanished.
Recouped destruction hinted at harm brought about by high temperature and there was ash on the fly’s front segment.
In spite of the fact that there were fears that a demonstration of psychological oppression may have cut the plane down, no gathering has said it focused on the plane.
The Egyptian service said on Thursday that, under Egyptian law, state prosecutors would take the examination over “in the event that it turns out to be clear to the investigative advisory group that there is criminal doubt behind the mishap”.
The crash came seven months after a Russian traveler plane was brought around a bomb over Egypt’s Sinai promontory, killing each of the 224 individuals on load up.
An Egyptian partner of the Islamic State assemble said it was behind that assault. Be that as it may, there was no such claim taking after the crash in May.
The EgyptAir plane had taken off from Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airplane terminal where security has been tight since the jihadist assaults of November 2015.
Examiners say that in the two days before the crash, the plane had made a trip to Egypt, Tunisia and Eritrea, leaving open the likelihood that a bomb could have been planted before its landing in Paris.