Air France and Airbus stand trial for involuntary manslaughter over 2009 crash
A trial is due to open in Paris today against Air France and Airbus on charges of involuntary manslaughter, after 228 people died on flight AF447 in 2009.
Families of the victims won an appeal to bring the case to court, making it the first time a company has been directly tried for involuntary m...
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