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On August 14, 2005, shortly after take off from Cyprus, Helios 522 reported two alarms sounding in the cockpit. Then all communication was lost. Two fighter jets from the Greek Air Force intercepted the aircraft and saw someone in the cockpit, but received no response to repeated radio calls. After two hours in the air, Helios 522 ran out of fuel and crashed in the mountains. All 121 people on board were killed. Investigators were stumped as to what happened to the captain and the crew.