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Aviation Daily, an Aviation Week-affiliated newsletter, reports the NTSB has adopted the final report on the October 1999 crash of EgyptAir Flight 990, concluding that the relief pilot put the plane into an unrecoverable dive for undetermined reasons. The final report, approved unanimously by the five-member board, is expected to be released in a few days. It differs little from a draft circulated to the Egyptian delegation 11 months ago. The Egyptian delegation has maintained that an elevator system failure could have caused the nose to drop, leading to the crash.