Slow pace of AF447 probe, airline's tense relations with media undercut public trust
As a result of one high-profile accident—Air France Flight 447—France and its airline industry are grappling with the emotional aspects of flight safety. Divergent views of the event have sparked angry charges and countercharges, leaving little room for a constructive atmosphere in which to advance the air safety goals that are in everyone's interest. The French accident investigation bureau (BEA) is preparing to release its final report in June on the Airbus A330-200 that plunged into ...
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