When Farsight started the Time-Cross Project in April 2016, an initial experiment was conducted to help flesh out some of the experimental design rules. Some procedural bumps involving tasking were encountered, and the results for April (sessions)/May (event) could not be included in the official project. Nonetheless, some interesting remote viewing came out of it. Here is a session by Daz Smith done in April 2016. His intent doing the session was to describe the most newsworthy event of May 2016, which turned out to be the EgyptAir Flight #804. For those who downloaded the paper sessions for that month back in April and early May 2016 from Farsight's web site, the password for those sessions is salkdfaw78. The WinZip program is needed to decrypt the sessions. The results are quite surprising, and there is no way to evaluate or verify some of the information in the session regarding the reason for the crash. One can only speculate. Nonetheless, the session is fascinating, and Farsight is offering it now to the public simply because the session is interesting. All remote-viewing sessions done in all projects at The Farsight Institute are conducted under blind conditions.