Final report on the causes of the Air France 447 crash occurred on July 1, 2009
July 5, 2012
Experts from the French Office of Research and Analysis (BEA) released the final report of the tragic crash of Air France A330, Rio-Paris, the June 1, 2009 fell into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Brazil 228 people on board.
According to the researchers, “the Airbus autopilot stopped working for two hours during the turbulent night flight and then there were faults with the plane’s altimeter and airspeed sensors.”
“The captain did not meet its management responsibilities by failing to regain control of the co-pilot after a break.”
The final report of 356 pages, where they assign responsibilities ‘the maker of Airbus and Air France’, will be presented next week to the families of the victims.