Air France could face trial over 2009 crash of Rio-Paris flight
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Prosecutors say airline knew of problems with Airbus A330 plane that crashed, killing 228 people

French prosecutors have recommended that Air France face trial for manslaughter and negligence over the 2009 crash of a flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris in which 228 people died.

Prosecutors concluded that Air France was aware of technical problems with a key speed-measuring instrument on its Airbus A330 plane, but had failed to inform or train pilots on how to resolve the issue, according to an...

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