With the alleged hijacker in custody and all of the plane's passengers and crew said to be safe, we will be ending this live page.
- A man hijacked EgyptAir flight MS181 carrying at least 55 passengers from Alexandria to Cairo on Tuesday morning, forcing it to land in Cyprus.
- Most passengers were released immediately, but at least seven people, including crew members, were kept on the plane.
- The crisis drew to a conclusion several hours later. The remaining hostages began to emerge from the plane, with one making a dramatic jump from a cockpit window.
- The suspected hijacker then emerged with his hands up, and was arrested.
- The man is being interrogated and the "suicide belt" he was said to be wearing was reportedly fake.
Several questions remain about the incident, with answers expected to emerge in the coming hours and days.
- Why did Seif Eldin Mustafa, identified as the hijacker by Cypriot authorities, decide to hijack the EgyptAir plane?
- What were the exact demands that he made?
- What happened to the hostages kept on the plane at Larnaca airport?
- The incident has raised fresh fears about Egyptian aviation security - how did a man wearing what appeared to be a bomb belt board a commercial flight?
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