Air France will review crew training and the quality of its weather information, CEO Pierre-Henri Gourgeon said last week in an interview with French newspaper Le Figaro, adding that not being able to detect a severe storm on radar may have played a role in the May 31 A330-200 accident that killed all 228 passengers and crew. He noted that another AF flight entered the area where AF447 was lost shortly after the doomed A330 last relayed information (ATWOnline, July 3) and the pilot of that ...

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