Continental Vows Appeal In Concorde Verdict

Continental Airlines vows it will appeal a French judge’s ruling that the airline and one of its employees were guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the July 25, 2000, crash of an Air France Concorde, in which 113 persons died, including four on the ground. The airline was fined €200,000 ($268,234)...

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