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The Chamber of L 'Instruction of the Paris Court of Appeal decided this Wednesday: a correctional trial will take place for Air France and Airbus companies after the Rio-Paris flight crash in 2009. But a few hours later, the airline has Announced appeal in cassation, ensuring that it had "not committed from criminal fault" at the origin of the drama.
Long debate of expertsThe parquet of Paris had appealed the
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The flight accident AF447 connecting Rio de Janeiro to Paris occurred on June 1, 2009 when the pilots of the plane, disoriented by a technical failure, can not catch up the stall of the A330, which Causes his crash in the middle of the Atlantic. The black boxes are found two years later, on March 17 and 18, 2011.
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that they reject the fault on the failures of the crew responsible for driving the aircraft. Succession of contradictory reports
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The first report of judicial experts, dating from July 4, 2012 attributes the accident
to a combination of human errorsIn 2019, a trial against Air France before the Criminal Court is requested by the parquet of Paris, for whom the In 2014, a counter-expertise claimed by Airbus and missioned by the instructional judges questioned "results from the inevitable actions in manual steering" of the crew.
"negligence" and the "imprudence" of the company in the formation of its pilots are at the indirect origin of the accident. The floor considers, however, that there are not enough charges against Airbus to request a trial. A new turnaround occurs on September 1, 2019, when a unpublished report delivered to justice by the families of the victims demonstrates that Airbus since 2004 had the weaknesses of its speed probes since 2004.This report is not enough to convince the judges of instruction of the guilt of the two companies, which pronounce a general non-place for Airbus and Air France. As early as September 6, the parquet of Paris announces the appeal of this decision. The relatives of the disappeared and the pilot unions also appeal, scandalized by this decision which only the disappeared crew. In January 2021, the Prosecutor's Office requires a correctional trial of the two companies, Airbus and Air France, for "involuntary homicides".
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