The trial phase to determine culpability in the crash of Air France Flight 4590 — the Concorde crash of July 25, 2000 — has ended, but a judgment is not expected for several months. In the trial, which began in February in a French court, a French public prosecutor has asked judges to bring manslaughter charges against two former Concorde program executives, a retired head of the French Civil Aviation Authority and two Houston-based Continental Airlines mechanics. The crash caused ...

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