The 66 people lost aboard EgyptAir Flight 804 included a businessman adored by his colleagues, a language and history scholar and a mother caring for a daughter with cancer. A look at the lives of the dead:
Ahmed Helal was a business executive who directed Procter and Gamble's Amiens manufacturing site. His death sent shock waves through the northern French town.
The 41-year-old French-Egyptian husband and father with the bright smile was a beloved figure at the consumer-goods company, which described his disappearance as a "huge loss."
Helal was taking a vacation when the Cairo-bound plane went down Thursday south of the Greek island of...