Some of the victims aboard the EgyptAir plane that disappeared while traveling from Paris to Cairo late Wednesday night have been identified — see them on RadarOnline.com.
As Radar previously reported, the plane had 66 people onboard, including 56 passengers, two of which were infants, and 10 crew members. One such passenger was Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble employee, Ahmed Helal, an Egyptian.
British geologist and father-of-two, Richard Osman, was also on board. According to mutliple reports, he traveled frequently for a mining company.
The EgyptAir flight's cabin manager was Mervat Zakaria, who gave up a successful acting career to work in airline travel.
Co-pilot Mohammad Mamdouh Assem had dreamed of being a pilot since the age of five, The Daily Mail reports.
Meanwhile, Ali Ali Shoukair was promoted just four days before the crash.
27-year-old flight attendant, Samar Ezz Eldin, had been recently married. Tragically, she posted a picture of a flight attendant in front of a passenger jet crashing into the sea behind her on Facebook days before. After hours of searching, passengers' luggage and other debris have been discovered 180 miles off the coast of Alexandria.