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DAWN.com4 Killed in Helicopter Crash in AntarcticaAOL NewsOn Friday, an Australian air force plane spotted the crash about 62 miles from the French base. French authorities will take over once recovery operations ...Fatal helicopter crash at French Antarctic research baseNature.com (blog)Four confirmed dead in Antarctic helicopter crashRadio New Zealand4 French confirmed dead in Antarctic copter crashmsnbc.comFrance24 -Sunday Times.lkall 487 news articles »
Blogcritics.org (blog)DVD Review: Crash of Flight 447Blogcritics.org (blog)June 2009, 228 passengers and crewmembers were aboard Air France Flight 447 when it disappeared over the Atlantic. Flying from Rio de Janeiro to Paris on ...
Nigeria: The Making of TRACONAllAfrica.comLagos — On October 22, 2005, the Nigerian aviation industry witnessed the Belview crash which claimed 117 lives and on December 8, 2006, a Sosoliso plane ...
These films would even scare Halloween ghoulsMontreal GazetteCrash of Flight 447 (2010 - www.pbs.org),a documentary about the Air France accident over the Atlantic Ocean, is as frightening as it is tragic. ...and more »
Will they get their due?Khaleej TimesBut the payout was cloaked in secrecy until Air France's insurance company, La Reunion Aerienne, admitted it had paid out about $150m. Immediately after Air ...
Air France CVR decision upheldInternational Law OfficeIn December 2009 the Ontario Superior Court ordered the production of the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) in the litigation arising from the crash of Air ...
Air France-KLM rapped for in-flight menu's coverJewish Telegraphic AgencyPARIS (JTA) -- The Paris-based Simon Wiesenthal Center wants an Air France-KLM affiliate to apologize for printing a French magazine cover on an in-flight ...and more »
Air France crash ruled as manslaughterDiscountvouchers.co.ukThe families of the victims of last year's Air France crash will not have to wait any longer to seek damages after a court ruled that ...
PravdaAir France crash was manslaughter says courtComparecarhire.co.ukA court in France has acknowledged the 'existence of a crime' in the case of an Air France flight that crashed in the ...French court recognises crime in Air France crashCar RentalsAir France crash due to criminal errorErentals.co.ukFrench justice recognizes a crime in the crash of Air France flight 447Pravdaall 13 news articles »
Air France Case Belongs in France, Judge RulesCourthouse News ServiceAir France claimed the litigation belonged in France, where all the evidence recovered from the crash was sent. The airline also pointed out that, ...and more »
An Airbus A320 operated by Air France fails to regain altitude and crashes after performing a flyby during an airshow at Mulhouse-Habsheim Airport, killing 3 passengers.
Miami, FL attorney filed 28 lawsuits concerning notorious Air France jet crashNewYorkInjuryNews (press release)A Miami attorney has filed 28 lawsuits regarding the Air France plane that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean in June 2009. Florida aviation accident attorney ...
The vanishingChicago TribuneAir France Flight 447 is the only crash that is still a complete mystery. The International Civil Aviation Organization considered the data recovery working ...and more »
Parties Line Up for Litigation in Air France CrashLaw.comMore than 30 lawsuits have been filed on behalf of passengers of Air France Flight 447, which crashed into the Atlantic Ocean on June 1 while en route from ...
Airbags on airplanes: Your seatbelt may hide a lifesaving surpriseUSA TodayThe crash of an Air France A340 in Toronto in 2005 (all 309 onboard survived) and the US Airways A320 "Miracle on the Hudson" in New York City in 2009 (all ...and more »
In the World | Philadelphia Inquirer | 03/31/2010Philadelphia InquirerAP PARIS - Two search ships have set sail from Brazil to resume the hunt for debris and flight and data recorders from an Air France jetliner that crashed ...and more »
ReutersAirbus to dismiss claims aircraft caused Air France crashetravelblackboard.usAirbus is facing 23 wrongful death lawsuits from the families of passengers who were killed in an Air France crash in June last year. ...Relatives of Air France crash victims sue in U.S.ReutersSearch ships on way to crashed Air France areaThe Associated PressLawsuits filed against Airbus over Air France crashComparecarhire.co.ukMiamiHerald.com -Creamer Media's Engineering Newsall 194 news articles »
EU Makes Push for Real-Time Flight DataWall Street JournalAmong the only clues from the Air France crash was a series of routine maintenance updates transmitted by the plane during its final minutes, which pointed ...and more »
3d search to begin in Air France accident | Philadelphia Inquirer | 03/26/2010Philadelphia InquirerAP RECIFE, Brazil - The lead investigator of last year's Air France jet crash that killed 228 people off the coast of Brazil said ...New search starting for Air France black boxesThe Associated PressNew hunt for clues to Air France crashNew Zealand HeraldSearch for Air France Black Box ResumesNTDTVeuronews -AVweb -WFMY News 2all 166 news articles »
Air France Black-Box Hunter in Third Push to Solve Freak CrashBusinessWeekThe Air France case isn't the only one keeping Bouillard busy. The investigator still devotes time to the Paris Concorde crash a decade ago, ...and more »
Air Crash Investigation (ACI) - Air France Flight 296 HD Part 2
Air Crash Investigation (ACI) - Air France Flight 296 HD Part 1 Air France Flight 296 was a chartered flight of a newly-delivered fly-by-wire Airbus A320-111 operated by Air France. On June 26, 1988, as part of an air show it was scheduled to fly over Mulhouse-Habsheim Airport (ICAO code LFGB) at a low speed with landing gear down at an altitude of 100 feet, but instead slowly descended to 30 feet before crashing into the tops of trees beyond the runway. Three passengers died. The cause of the accident is disputed, as many irregularities were later revealed by the accident investigation. This was the first ever crash involving an Airbus A320.
Air France insurer to appeal compensation rulingReutersAn Air France spokeswoman declined to comment while the airline studies the ruling. The company said after the crash that it would compensate families of ...Brazilian judge awards $1M in Air France suitThe Associated PressJust the facts: Search for Air France 447 wreckage delayedExaminer.comJudge orders Air France crash compensationRadio NetherlandsDeseret News -Press Trust of India -Times Onlineall 186 news articles »
An Airbus A320 operated by Air France fails to regain altitude and crashes after performing a flyby during an airshow at Mulhouse-Habsheim Airport, killing 3 passengers
Air Crash Investigaion - Air France Flight 447 HD Part 4
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Air Crash Investigaion - Air France Flight 447 HD Part 2
Air Crash Investigaion - Air France Flight 447 Air France Flight 447 was a scheduled commercial flight from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Paris, France, that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean on 1 June 2009, killing all 216 passengers and 12 crew members. The aircraft, an Air France Airbus A330-200 registered as F-GZCP, took off on 31 May 2009 at 19:03 local time (22:03 UTC). The last contact from the crew was a routine message to Brazilian air traffic controllers at 01:33 UTC, as the aircraft approached the edge of Brazilian radar surveillance over the Atlantic Ocean, en-route to Senegalese-controlled airspace off the coast of West Africa. Forty minutes later, a four-minute-long series of automatic radio messages was received from the plane, indicating numerous problems and warnings. The exact meanings of these messages are still under investigation, but the aircraft is believed to have been lost shortly after it sent the automated messages. On 6 June 2009, a search and rescue operation recovered two bodies and debris from the aircraft floating in the ocean 680 mi (1090 km) northeast of the Fernando de Noronha islands off Brazil's northern coast. The debris included a briefcase containing an airline ticket, later confirmed to have been issued for the flight. On 27 June the search for bodies and debris was called off; 51 bodies had been recovered. This accident was the deadliest in the history of Air France. Paul-Louis Arslanian, the head of the Bureau d'Enquêtes et d'Analyses ...
...is being made in investigating the crash of Air France Flight 447 even in the absence of the flight data and cockpit voice recorders, but Paul-Louis Arslanian, the head of the French air accident office, the BEA, says patience will be required in the months...
...of the pitot probes," the Airbus spokeswoman said, explaining why the firm's recommendations had been updated so quickly. France's accident investigation agency, the BEA, has confirmed that the older version of the Thales speed monitors gave false airspeed...
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( I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THIS MUSIC - PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THE AUDIO) A tribute to the lives lost on the Air France Flight AF 447.
Brazil has ended the search for more bodies from the Air France jet that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean last month, calling the task "impossible," but the search for the jet's flight recorders will go on. (June 27)
Eleven of the 50 bodies recovered from an Air France plane that crashed into the Atlantic on June 1st have been identified, Brazilian officials said on Sunday. According to a statement from a morgue in Brazil's northeastern city of Recife, ten of the victims were Brazilian (five men and five women) and one was a man whose nationality was not disclosed. Cleaning and disinfecting the corpses is a slow process. [Daniel Vila, Cemetery Manager]: "It takes a while to carry out this process (embalming) in each body and we cannot say precisely (how long it will take) because we don't know how long it will take to liberate the bodies." Air France's chief executive said the carrier would compensate the families of the victims through its insurers. The French military is using a mini-submarine to search the sea for the "black box" data and voice recorders which may offer clues to the cause of the crash.
This is a video that portrays my deep sorrow about the French A330 that crashed in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean,on the 1rst June 2009. There have been 20 bodies found,so far...RIP =[
Bolivian TV channel PAT has been left looking a bit daft after broadcasting extraordinary images of the last moments of Air France flight 447, lost over the Atlantic on 1 June: According to the report, the snaps were retrieved from a recovered Casio Z750, which was subsequently traced via the serial number to its owner - "Paulo G. Muller, an actor from a well-known children's theatre on the outskirts of Porto Alegre". In fact, the camera can be traced to ABC Studios and sharp-eyed readers ...
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WTF? is a daily web show for small business owners and entrepreneurs who want to learn how to naturally attract customers and get the FAME and FORTUNE they deserve. In this episode, we discuss airplane craziness... like why you can on longer read books on the airplane. With the recent crash of Air France Flight AF447, this is a very relevant topic. Some of our theories may be preposterous but who knows. No disrespect meant here. This has nothing to do with marketing but it is important to time management and getting things done. Hope you enjoy and let us know your thoughts and insights by leaving a comment on the blog.
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The makers of black box, a device that stores cockpit information, say they are certain that once the box from the crashed Air France plane is found, it will reveal key information as to what caused the crash. Heres more on that. The world's largest maker of cockpit electronics expressed confidence on Tuesday, in the abilities of black boxes to recover data, including the one on Air France Flight 447. That is, if its found. Honeywell's Advanced Technology vice president Bob Smith, speaking ...
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More than a week after the disappearance of the Air France Airbus over the Atlantic, back on the timeline of the disaster and on the slopes followed by investigators to shed light on the tragedy. An investigation of the crash of Air France Flight 447 is eying the possibility that defective airspeed sensors gave false readings to the plane's computers, but officials say it will be a while before the cause of the mishap is known. The external airspeed sensors, known as Pitot tubes, are ...
The first 16 bodies from the Air France Airbus that crashed into the Atlantic 1000 kilometres off the Brazilian coast arrive in the city of Recife. French and Brazilian forensic experts, on Thursday, began work to formally identify the remains. They're doing that with DNA samples collected during the past week from relatives of the victims. Search teams have so far found more than 40 bodies. They're still looking for the rest of the 228 people on board the plane when it went down. Brazilian military officials now say the hunt for clues to the cause of the crash will take weeks if not months. [Ramon Cardoso, Brazilian Air Force Brigadier]: "In the sea area we have French ships which are searching and some of them will begin re-searching for the black box flight recorders." The combined French and Brazilian search of the ocean and the sea bed thousands of metres down, is being hampered by bad weather. Ships, planes and a French navy submarine are involved in the operation. A miniature sub is on standby to help retrieve the crucial flight recorders if they can be located.
New Air France Crash Search Images More images of the search for the wreckage of the Air France plane that crashed in the Atlantic have been released. So far 24 bodies have been recovered.
The French secret service is investigating whether two passengers on board the doomed Air France 447 flight had links to Islamic terrorism. It raises the possibility that the crash was not an accident. Alistair Bunkall reports.
French intelligence has not ruled out sabotage as the reason for the Air France tragedy. The passenger list might have been the target for the suspected attack, says US investigative journalist Wayne Madsen.