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Air France Missing

The Sniff of Politics on Flight 447

Wil Hylton | Posted 09.05.2012 | Travel
Wil Hylton

The French government owns a substantial share of both Air France and Airbus, totaling more than $4 billion, and many experts believe it is questionable for a government to investigate a company it owns.

Air France 447: A Cockpit China Syndrome

John T. Halliday | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
John T. Halliday

My conclusions about the causes of the Air France 447 tragedy have been shaped not just by my decades as an international airline captain and cockpit computer analyst, but by learning from world-class experts. Here are a few of their voices.

Air France 447: A Cockpit China Syndrome

John T. Halliday | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
John T. Halliday

You feel silly; you Googled the odds of dying in a plane crash: one in thirteen million. You'll take those. But then again, pilots don't call these 'Scarebuses' for nothing.

Air France Speed Sensors Arrived Days Before Crash

Bloomberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

Air France received a delivery of new speed sensors for its Airbus SAS A330 planes just days before 228 people died in a crash that may have been trig...

Brazil's Navy Reaches The Air France Scene

BBC | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

The hunt for clues as to the fate of an Air France jet lost in an Atlantic storm has intensified with the arrival of the first Brazilian navy vessel....

Air France Flight 447: Relatives Gather At Charles De Gaulle, Rio de Janeiro's International Airport (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Huffington Post | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

Relatives of passengers on missing Air France Flight 447, the missing Airbus A330 flying from Rio to Paris arrived at airports in France and Brazil th...